Wild & Scenic Music Fest
The second annual Wild & Scenic Music Fest will take place on August 24th and 25th at the magical Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, in Leavenworth, Washington.
The line-up features an eclectic mix of incredible musicians and styles, including: Caleb Klauder Country Band (new school honky tonk), Danny Barnes (banjo madness), Creeping Time (a mix of bluegrass and modern rocket science), Spare Rib and the Blue Grass Sauce (groove grass), Pickled Okra (americana), The Local Strangers (indie folk), Buzz Brump (vibe funk), The Onlies (traditional groove), and Hot Cider String band (fiddle and folk).
The event kicks off Friday night August 24 with a square dance party, for $8 per person. On Saturday, August 25th, gates open at noon for a full day of live music, jamming, beer garden, great food, and kid zone at $25 per person. Camping options available. For more info, including ticket purchase, visit www.wildandscenicmusicfest.com.
This year's Wild & Scenic Music Fest is sponsored locally by KOHO Radio.
Proceeds from this epic mountain festival will fund Wild and Scenic Institute’s (WSI) 2013 programs including Skagit River Salmon and Bald Eagle Float, the Sauk River Hike, Bike and Boat, and more.
About the Wild & Scenic Institute (WSI): Our Mission is to provide environmental education and outdoor recreation to special needs children in the Greater Seattle area. We develop physical and emotional confidence in these youth who due to their physical, cultural, or financial barriers would not otherwise have this opportunity. WSI takes disabled, low-income, immigrant and homeless kids into the rivers and mountains of the Cascades to develop personal skills and a passion for the great outdoors.
About Icicle Creek Center for the Arts: A Destination for Extraordinary Performances & Inspired Learning Experiences. Our Mission - Dedicated to celebrating excellence in the lively arts and inspiring generations of students, artists and audiences through exceptional educational experiences, live performances, and special events - all in the breathtaking, natural setting of the mountain meadows.
For more information on Icicle Creek, visit www.icicle.org.