Join us on the farm as we celebrate the weekend before July 4th with Red, White, and Bluegrass!
A weekend of lively music, food and friends...Saturday 2-5: Million Dollar NileSaturday 6-9: Matt Sircely & the Redliners
Million Dollar Nile is a Seattle-based eco-bluegrass band that combines catchy hooks, humor, harmony and a passion for environmental issues to create uniquely entertaining music about everything from energy conservation to thinking your phone is ringing in your pocket when it's not.
Matt Sircely is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known primarily for his mandolin work in bluegrass, swing and other roots music styles. Originally from Pennsylvania, he moved to Jefferson County in 1999, and has appeared many times at Finnriver alongside Danny Barnes. His Red, White & Bluegrass band, The Redliners, will feature Daniel Ullom on mandolin, Jim Horbett on guitar, Forrest Marowitz on upright bass (all members of the Rain City Ramblers), in addition to the fiddling of Ben Blechman from Portland, Oregon.http://mattsircely.com/
Enjoy farmcrafted cider tastings, flights and draft pours at the tasting room and cider silo.
Food offerings include a range of locally sourced picnic items as well as the following food vendors:Dented Buoy Wood-fired Pizza from 12-8 pm Local bratwurst and salad plate options from 12-8pm
Finnriver keeps our music events free and open to the public. To support the bands, we raise our draft pours by $1 during music events-- with added proceeds going to the musicians. Thanks for helping us celebrate the 'culture' in agriculture.
Our events are family-friendly. No smoking, no outside food or alcohol, and no dogs please.
We hope to see you here!
For more info: Website: http://www.finnriver.com/musicEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 360-339-8478