The Willamette Valley Blues and Brews is one of the fastest growing festivals in the Northwest, with a reputation of being family friendly and packed with fantastic, non-stop entertainment everywhere you turn. Situated in Springfield’s lush Island Park, on the banks of the beautiful Willamette River, there will be two days of music on three stages (130 musicians!), 40 craft beers, delicious food, a silent auction tent, a huge KidsZone and arts & crafts vendors. Both Friday and Saturday will be broadcast live over KRVM Radio 91.9 FM.
Headliners include Linda Hornbuckle with Janice Scroggins, Deb Cleveland Band, Vicki Stevens Band and Lloyd Jones Struggle – to name a few. For the full lin-up of musicians, visit http://www.wvbbf.org/
Friday: 3:30pm – 10:30pm
Saturday: 10:30am – 10:30pm
KidsZone: 11:00am – 5:00pm on Saturday only
Festival Tickets are available at Windermere Real Estate offices, the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, and at Pacific Cascade Federal Credit Union branches. Tickets will also be available at the gate:
$8 per day in advance
$10 per day at the gate or $15 for a weekend pass
and 3 non-perishable items for FOOD For Lane County
An astounding 2 1/2 tons of food was brought in for FOOD For Lane County during the first two Willamette Valley Blues & Brews Festivals, and this year they are hoping to reach the 3 ton mark.
100% of funds raised by this event, after expenses, support the local Habitat for Humanity. Monies earned will go toward Habitat for Humanity’s mission of building simple, decent homes in partnership with people in need.
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