The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival

The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival

Enjoying 26 years of kicking off the summer season, the Bank of Cascades Bend Summer Festival draws 75,000 visitors for a weekend like no other. Festival features fine artists and craftspeople, artisans and performers, and three stages of some of the best regional and national blues, rock and jazz.

Presented by: The Source Weekly & Hayden Homes

 

 

Friday, July 8th (5pm - 11pm)
Saturday, July 9th (11am - 11pm)
Sunday, July 10th (11am - 5pm)


Location: Downtown Bend


Bend Live Music and Festival

Free Concerts on 3 Stages

Fine Artist Promenade

Conscious Living Showcase

​COPA Kids' Zone

Over 25 Food Vendors

Gourmet Food, Wine and Jazz on Minnesota Avenue

 

​FESTIVAL DETAILS BELOW


 

 


 


Festivals

CONCERTS

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MAINSTAGE | Friday through Sunday | Oregon Street 

 

Friday, July 8

5:00pm | Jones Road

7:30pm | Chiringa

9:30pm | Larry and His Flask

 

Saturday, July 9

11:00am | Moody Little Sister

1:00pm  | Lance Kinnaird Band

3:00pm  | Taarka

5:00pm  | Yak Attack

7:00pm  | Dumpstaphunk

9:30pm  | Blind Pilot

 Sunday, July 10

11:00am | Kalimba

1:00pm   | Brownish Black

3:00pm   | Curtis Salgado


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JAZZ FOOD & WINE STAGE | Friday through Saturday | Minnesota Street

 

Friday July 8

5:30pm | Cody Ray and the New Favorites

7:00pm | Ian James Band

9:15pm | Precious Byrd

 

Saturday July 9

5:00pm | The Get Ahead

7:00pm | Sabroso

9:00pm | Kalimba

 


                                                  

LOCALS ONLYS STAGE presented by 

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| Friday through Sunday | Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot

 

Friday July 8

5:30pm | Doc Ryan and The Wychus Creek Band

7:30pm | Nice and Brown

9:30pm | Jive Coulis

 




Saturday July 9

11:30am | Hot Club of Bend

1:30pm   | Students of String Theory

3:30pm   | Nomad

5:30pm   | Parlour

7:30pm   | Moon Mountain Ramblers

9:30pm   | Wayward Soul

 
 

Sunday July 10

11:30pm | Strings Attached

1:30pm   | Third Seven

3:30pm   | Tumbleweed Peep Show







 

Bios

Mainstage:

Friday Night, July 8

 

5:30pm                                  

Jones Road

Bend Oregon based band Jones Road brings their unique blend of Northwest alternative and rock with a hint of country to the stage.

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7:30pm                                  

Chiringa

¡Chiringa! is a four-piece Latin dance party band based in Bend, Oregon that plays a variety of classic to modern covers in their own rockified way. ¡Chiringa! puts on a most dynamic show, representing a diversity of Latin styles including cumbia, salsa, merengue, bachata, tango, samba, Latin rock and more. They aren’t even trying to be your hot LA salsa band, but take what they know and create the most authentic and accessible sound possible, never relinquishing flavor and appealing just as much to the seasoned Latin dancer as the regular booty shaker. All are invited to do their sexy dance on the dance floor.

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9:30pm                                  

Larry and His Flask                                                             

Larry and His Flask are a high energy, five-piece carnival of a band that incorporate rock, folk, bluegrass, soul, brass band, punk and alt-country into their own unique sound. Some people call what they do “folk-punk”, others call it “a bluegrass traveling circus” and everyone who’s seen them live rightfully call Larry and His Flask “down right WILD”. But no matter what you call it, this is a band that has to be seen to be believed.

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Saturday, July 9

 

11-12:30                     

Moody Little Sister

There aren’t adequate words to describe the magic that Naomi and Rob bring into a living room.. Naomi’s lyrics come from a deep place withing her to touch the hearts of everyone listening, and her vocal is pure honey.

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1pm-2:30                   

Lance Kinnaird Band                      

With the soulful vocals of Ray LaMontagne, the catchy lyrics of Jack Johnson, and the powerful music of Mumford and Son’s and the Revivalists, Lance Kinnaird’s “Bright Nights” incorporates everything that we love about popular alternative music.  While keeping the instrumentation largely natural and acoustic, Lance’s music still manages to incorporate many of the best sounds of new music today and pulls you in with catchy lyrics that will have you singing his tunes all day long.   

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3-4:30                                     

Taarka                                               

A modern string band that draws from jazz, bluegrass, pop, rock, songwriting, celtic, new acoustic, and classical music.

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5-6:30                                     

Yak Attack  

Yak Attack will make you dance. Founded in Portland, OR in 2013, the live electronica trio has been making waves in the local scene and expanding its fan base regionally in its short history. Electronic and traditional genres including house, breakbeat, downtempo, jazz, and funk, tight compositions seamlessly blended with improvisation, and frequent contributions from guest musicians define a typical Yak show.

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7:30-9:00                         

Dumpstaphunk

Dumpstaphunk stands out among New Orleans’ best as one of the funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City. Born on the Jazz & Heritage Festival stage, and descended from Neville family bloodlines, these soldiers of funk ignite a deep, gritty groove that dares listeners not to move. Their performances combine ingenious musicianship and complex funk and jazz arrangements with soulful melodies that are simple enough for anyone to enjoy. In Big Easy tradition, dueling baselines from Tony Hall and Nick Daniels III set off one of the dirtiest rhythm sections on the planet, while Ivan Neville lights up the Hammond B3 keys and cousin Ian Neville’s funky guitar riffs send the groove into overdrive. The band recently welcomed their newest member, Alvin Ford Jr. to the quintet, a New Orleans born and raised powerhouse drummer.  Dumpstaphunk tosses around lead vocals and four-part harmonies the way Sly & the Family Stone did, but with three studio albums under their belt, Dumpstaphunk stands on the merit of their own material. Songs like “Dancin’ To The Truth” off their latest record, Dirty Word (July 30, 2013, Louisiana Red Hot Records), offer an escape into the funky sublime, sharing the true spirit of New Orleans with every note.

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9:30-11:00                                   

Blind Pilot                           

We Are The Tide, the sophomore album from Portland-based band Blind Pilot, follows the band’s grassroots break-out debut, 3 Rounds and a Sound, which has sold over 50,000 units to date and was featured in NPR’s “Best Music of 2008” roundup. Recorded at Type Foundry in Portland, OR during the spring of 2011, the new album was produced by the band and Skyler Norwood and mixed by Tucker Martine (The Decemberists, My Morning Jacket). Blind Pilot began in 2007 when Israel (vocals, guitar) and Ryan (drums) embarked on a West Coast bicycle tour playing mostly to unfamiliar listeners at small-town venues. The band now exists as a 6-piece ensemble featuring fellow Oregonians Luke Ydstie (upright bass, backing vocals), Kati Claborn (banjo, dulcimer, backing vocals), Ian Krist (vibraphones) and Dave Jorgensen (keyboards, trumpet). In the years since its inception, the band has toured with various world-renowned musicians including The Decemberists, Josh Ritter, The Low Anthem, Laura Viers and Andrew Bird and have appeared at the Sasquatch! Music Festival, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival. Additionally, multiple music placements have been confirmed in episodes of “Chuck,” “Covert Affairs” and “One Tree Hill.”

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Sunday, July  10

 

11-12:30                                 

Kalimba The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire              

Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire is considered by some as being the best Tribute to Earth Wind and Fire in the country. Based out of the Pacific Northwest, Kalimba’s has been together since 2011 spawning from the dream of Lead Vocalist, Thomas “Chazz” Smith, started Kalimba with the vision of playing the music that he listened to growing up, Earth Wind and Fire.  Since 2011, Kalimba has evolved to a 10 piece group with full horn section, performing the hits including but not limited to, Shining Star, That's the Way of the World, DevotionSing a Song, Can't Hide Love, Getaway, Fantasy, Love's Holiday, September, Boogie Wonderland", After the Love Has Gone  and Let's Groove.

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1-2:30                                     

Brownish Black

Brownish Black doesn't walk the line between garage and soul - they destroy it. The Portland-based octet started out as a three-piece garage rock band, whose raw energy pulled a handful of the city's best players into its gravitational field, yielding bigger and funkier results with each addition.

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3-4:30                                     

Curtis Salgado             

“Inspired, powerful R&B showcases Salgado’s exceptional range and muscular, soulful vocals” –Billboard

With a career spanning forty years, award-winning soul, blues and R&B vocalist/harmonicist/songwriter Curtis Salgado is a one-of-a-kind talent whose music is as compelling as his story. NPR calls him “a blues icon” with a “huge voice.” Salgado earned a reputation for high-intensity performances and a repertoire inspired by his encyclopedic knowledge of soul, blues and R&B music. He won the 2010 Blues Music Award (BMA) for Soul Blues Artist Of The Year and went on to win the award again in 2012 and 2013. In 2013 he also won the coveted BMA for B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year—the highest honor the blues world has to offer—and took the statue for Soul Blues Album Of The Year for his Alligator debut, Soul Shot. Blues Revue says Salgado’s music is “triumphant, joyful, blues-soaked R&B” and declared him to be “one of the most soulful, honest singers ever.”

The Beautiful Lowdown, Salgado’s new Alligator album, is the singer’s most fearless andadventurous release to date. For the first time in his career, he wrote or co-wrote virtually theentire album himself. He co-produced it along with Marlon McClain and Tony Braunagel andcontributed to the horn arrangements and background vocal parts. “My heart and soul are in this,”he says proudly. “I worked my tail off and let the songs lead the way.” As for the title, Salgadoexplains, “During a recent show, I turned to my guitarist and said, ‘Play something lowdown. But make it beautiful.’ Then I thought, ‘Keep that.’", Salgado’s new Alligator album, is the singer’s m

ost fearless andadventurous release to date. For the first time in his career, he wrote or co-wrote virtually theentire album himself. He co-produced it along with Marlon McClain and Tony Braunagel andcontributed to the horn arrangements and background vocal parts. “My heart and soul are in this,”he says proudly. “I worked my tail off and let the songs lead the way.” As for the title, Salgadoexplains, “During a recent show, I turned to my guitarist and said, ‘Play something lowdown. But
make it beautiful.’ Then I thought, ‘Keep that.’”

 

The Beautiful Lowdown, Salgado’s new Alligator album, is the singer’s most fearless andadventurous release to date. For the first time in his career, he wrote or co-wrote virtually theentire album himself. He co-produced it along with Marlon McClain and Tony Braunagel andcontributed to the horn arrangements and background vocal parts. “My heart and soul are in this,”he says proudly. “I worked my tail off and let the songs lead the way.” As for the title, Salgadoexplains, “During a recent show, I turned to my guitarist and said, ‘Play something lowdown. But
make it beautiful.’ Then I thought, ‘Keep that.’”
The Beautiful Lowdown, Salgado’s new Alligator album, is the singer’s most fearless andadventurous release to date. For the first time in his career, he wrote or co-wrote virtually theentire album himself. He co-produced it along with Marlon McClain and Tony Braunagel andcontributed to the horn arrangements and background vocal parts. “My heart and soul are in this,”he says proudly. “I worked my tail off and let the songs lead the way.” As for the title, Salgadoexplains, “During a recent show, I turned to my guitarist and said, ‘Play something lowdown. But
make it beautiful.’ Then I thought, ‘Keep that.’”

 

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Jazz and Wine Stage:

 

Friday Night, july 8

 

5:30-7pm                               

Cody Ray and the New Favorites

Cody Ray & The New Favorites - A Neo-Soul/R&B, Funk-Rock fusion group, founded by singer-songwriter and guitar player, Cody Ray Raymond in the spring of 2015. The New Favorites, consisting of drummer, Thene Singleton and bass player, Jesse Turcotte, bring powerful support to Raymond's unique soulful vocals and unmistakable guitar style. Jimi Hendrix and Ray Charles meets John Legend and Bruno Mars.

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7:00-8:30pm                               

Ian James Band                              

Staying true to those before him (Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, James Taylor, etc.) IanJames believes more in creating great and timeless music rather than "What is hot now". In a time where there is so much auto-tune and studio magic, IanJames stands apart from the crowd maintaining an organic & natural take on Acoustic Soul & modern music.

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9:15-10:45                              

Precious Byrd                                       

Precious Byrd is a 4 piece high energy dance/rock band from beautiful Bend, OR. Featuring Corey Parnell on vocals, Casey Parnell on lead guitar, Michael Summers on drums, and grammy award winning artist Lonnie Chapin on bass. Their fantastic renditions of modern and classic hits, along with a number of high energy originals, are sure to get you on your feet.

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Saturday, July 9

 

5-6:30                                     

The Get Ahead                                            

The Get Ahead is a new band with an old soul. Drawing from the roots of rhythm and blues, soul, jazz, and rock n' roll, The Get Ahead can send you to the dance floor before your feet even tell you where you are headed, transporting you to a whole new kind of juke joint where you can jump, moan, laugh, and grab hold of some sweet company. You are bound to get your groove on with The Get Ahead, so bring your dancing shoes, unbutton that top few, and come get loose!

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7-8:30                                     

Sabroso                                

Brothers Pablo and Ricardo Ojeda have been writing and playing music together for as long as they can remember. Their musical writing style has taken many forms during the evolution of their sound. From the national touring dance floor packing beats of Rubberneck, to the hypnotic passionate rhythms of Toque Libre. The Ojeda brothers have continually produced eclectic musical incarnations that meld rhythm and melody together in their own unique way.

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9-10:30                                   

Kalimba The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire             

Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire is considered by some as being the best Tribute to Earth Wind and Fire in the country. Based out of the Pacific Northwest, Kalimba’s has been together since 2011 spawning from the dream of Lead Vocalist, Thomas “Chazz” Smith, started Kalimba with the vision of playing the music that he listened to growing up, Earth Wind and Fire.  Since 2011, Kalimba has evolved to a 10 piece group with full horn section.

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Locals Only Stage:

Friday July 8

5:30-7pm

Doc Ryan and The Wychus Creek Band

Doc Ryan's music comes from the soul of Western America. With shades of blues, country and Americana his music comes from the depths of an American landscape .

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7:30-9pm

Nice and Brown

Future Funk, Party Rock, and Edgy Soul.

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9:30-11pm

Jive Coulis

Jive Coulis, pronounced ˈJīv Kü-ˈlē, is a three piece rock, blues, and funk band. Their repertoire consists of mostly original songs with a mix of classic rock, funk and jam covers.

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Saturday, July 9
11:30-1pm

Hot Club of Bend

The Hot Club of Bend features an international lineup of musicians collaborating in the tradition of Gypsy Jazz, Hot Swing, Bossanova, and Blues. Hailing from the heart of Cascadia, this group brings energy and innovation to the stage with every performance. 

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1:30-3pm

Students of String Theory

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3:30-5pm

Nomad

All experienced performers in various musical genres, members of Nomads organized originally to focus their shared passion for the music of the Middle East, Mediterranean and Balkans.They developed their cohesion playing for local belly dance groups and through regular rehearsals and jam sessions.  The band’s performances feature many authentic instruments like: the violin, oud, rababa, bouzouki, guitar, baglama, clarinet,darbuka and drums.

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5:30-7pm

Parlour

Parlour members are Linda Quon (vocals), Mark Quon (vocals,/guitar), Mike Potter (mandolin), and Susan Bonacker (fiddle). Parlour performs music that can be described as roots-oriented folk revival.

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7:30-9pmMoon Mountain Ramblers

The Moon Mountain Ramblers have always stayed on the creative edge of acoustic music. This increasingly popular group (voted best band by readers of local paper, The Source Weekly, in 2004, 2008, 2009 and best wedding band in 2012), has consistently been one of the hardest working and most successful bands in Oregon for a decade. Even in Bend, which has a strong and fast-growing music scene that brings in plenty of tough outside competition, the band continues to sell out the hottest venues in town.

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9:30-11pm

Wayward Soul

American Roots/Soul inspired group out of Bend, OR - Formed for the Make A Band event - The band's first public performance was November 21, 2015

A 6-piece band built from strong roots in the gorgeous Central Oregon landscape they call home, Wayward Soul blends styles from Bluegrass and Country to Funk and RnB, weaving their music into the subtle tones of the world around them. This eclectic group of musicians each bring their own sense of style to the mix, creating a sound that is truly their own.

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Sunday, July 10
11:30-1pm

Strings Attached

Strings Attached is a central Oregon band dedicated to playing groovy tunes you never hear bands play, but are openly thrilled when we do. Hal Ketchum to Weezer. Badfinger to Poco. Everly Bothers to the Cars. Eagles to Taylor Swift (?!). Strings Attached is Scott Wegner (guitar/like-a-bird-vocals), Dave Jones (guitar/mandolin/vocals), Phil Pierce (perfect bass).

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1:30-3pm

Third Seven

Local musician Billy Mickelson draws out the cello's natural darkness and weaves it into a half-cello music, half-blak metal creation. Haunting and one-of-a-kind.

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3:30-5pm

Tumblewood Peep Show

Tumbleweed Peepshow is a collaboration between three adept and artistic songwriters/instrumentalists. Their original songs reflect the wide-open space and dramatic effect of their rural and mountainous home in Sisters, Oregon.

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FINE ARTIST PROMENADE

Fine Artist Promenade | Saturday and Sunday | Wall Street between Oregon and Franklin

 

Stroll through the more than 150 fine artists and craftspeople as they fill the street with their handwork, design and artistry. Traveling to Bend from all over the state, region and country, these fine artists bring color and life to the Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival Presented by Hayden Homes and The Source Weekly!

It's an ideal place to find that special gift or one-of-a-kind piece that will bring you (or someone you love) happiness for years to come.

 

 

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2016 Featured Artists

A sampling of this year's artists bringing pottery, photography, fiber arts and clothing, 2D fine art, 3D fine art and sculpture, home and garden adornments, jewelry and more.

Michael Gwinup

Ceramics

 

Handmade functional stoneware pottery and decorative Raku pottery

 

Sharon Jackman

Ceramics

 

Wheel-thrown and altered high-fire porcelain, underglazes, crystalline glazes.

 

Peter Roussel

Ceramics

 

Hand made ceramic art work, using alternative firing techniques.

 

Hannah Rindlaub

Ceramics

 

Cinder Cone Clay Center artist focused on handbuilt organic clay forms ranging from decorative wares to sculpture using black mountain and porcelain clay bodies.

 

Randi Lile

Ceramics

 

Ceramic wall sculptures and functional hand-carved pottery

 

Dori Kite

Ceramics

 

I use cone 6 clay, fired to a vitreous state for functional items. Forming methods: hand built with slabs & wheel thrown. Glazing includes dipping, waxing, and painting with brushes & tubes.

 

Lisa Eldredge

Ceramics

 

I create functional and decorative ceramic art. I make various mugs, coffee brewing equipment, vases, and bowls on the potters wheel. I also make highly textured hand built pieces from clay slabs.

 

Jay Carlton

Collage

 

The bulk of my work is under the title "Mr. Ferguson's Greeting Cards". The collection consists of over 150 different designs for all occasions. I have also introduced a variety of woodblock canvases.

COPA Kids' Zone

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Come enjoy hours of entertainment on the Family Fun Street! Click here to become a vendor.

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Main Attractions and Vendors

  • Open Parkour Play by Abstract in Motion
  • Scientific fun by The Children's Museum of Central Oregon 
  • Face Painting by Angelina 
  • Bend Cheerleaders Dunk Tank (hosted by The City of Bend)
  • and more!!

 

Kids Street Bios


Abstract in Motion:

Abstract In Motion is Central Oregon's first Parkour gym with the sole purpose on furthering the
movement and discipline of Parkour in a safe and indoor environment. The essence of Parkour
can be stated simply: it is the art of overcoming obstacles as swiftly and efficiently as possible
using only your body. The fundamentals include running, jumping, and climbing, and we build
on these fundamentals to improve our ability to pass over, under, around and through
obstacles with more complex movements. Parkour is a system of fitness training that improves
strength, speed, agility, co-ordination, stamina, endurance, and precision. It offers a full-body
workout at any level of experience, and improves your ability to move, to harness your
confidence, to change how you see the world.

Balloon Creations:

Todd Weber has been creating the magic of Balloon Animal fun for the festivals for several
years and is always a kid favorite for his balloon swords, awesome pirate hats,  balloon bouncy
balls and much more!


BSH Cheer Squad Dunk Tank:

Every summer the Bend High School cheerleading team comes out to the Bend Summer Festival
with a dunk tank, ready to get dunked to raise money for their team. Make sure to pay them a
visit and help them fundraise!

Children’s Museum of Central Oregon:

As Central Oregon grows, we’ve fostered a remarkable array of cultural activities—enhancing
both our community and the tourist industry that is so critical to our area. The presence of a
Children’s Museum will enhance this community centered cultural richness. Central Oregon is
full of young families, and those with children know how fortunate we are to live in such a
family friendly, active and engaged place. Our mission is to serve as a place for children to
create, explore and investigate their world through immersive hands on experiences, and as a
resource for families of all types to grow and learn together.

DD Ranch Petting Zoo and Pony Rides

The DD Ranch offers fun for the whole family. Petting zoo, pony rides, hay rides: The DD Ranch
in Central Oregon offers fun for everyone

Face Painting by Angelina:

From butterflies, to kitty cats, to flowers, and more, Angelina Hess is a face painting master,
and is always a kid favorite and the Bend Summer Festival. Always with a smile on her face,
Angelina makes kids face painting dreams come true.

Kumon Tutoring :

At Kumon, we believe that every child has the potential to learn far beyond our expectations. It
is our job as Kumon Instructors to encourage each individual child to want to learn, to enjoy
learning, and to be capable of studying successfully in the future. 

S & K Inflatables:

S&K Inflatables was created & inspired by 18-year- old twins Spencer & Koeby. With the help
of their employees, Rick (dad) & Danielle (mom), they are excited to help you with any of
your party needs.

Thoroughly Modern Productions:

Founded in 2011 by Artistic Director David DaCosta, Thoroughly Modern Productions (TMP) has
quickly become a leader in the creation and presentation of theatrical works (new and old) in
an innovative and cutting edge format.Founded in 2011 by Artistic Director David DaCosta,
Thoroughly Modern Productions (TMP) has quickly become a leader in the creation and
presentation of theatrical works (new and old) in an innovative and cutting edge format. TMP’s
core principles are: Development and Collaboration, Service and Community, Creation and Non-
Convention, and Active Engagement and Participation.

Younity:

Younity brings positive, interactive anti-bullying programs to Central Oregon schools.
For millions of young people, bullying, violence, and other forms of oppression are a part of a
typical school day. Many students are afraid to walk down the halls for fear of being teased or
humiliated. Others feel so alone and frightened that they cannot even pay attention in their
classes.
Younity is the vehicle for bringing Challenge Day to Central Oregon middle schools and high
schools, providing administrative support and funding to make the programs a reality. In
addition, Younity’s mission is to bring this and other youth-centric programs to Central Oregon.

CONSCIOUS LIVING SHOWCASE

Showcase | Saturday & Sunday | Wall Street between Oregon Ave and Greenwood Ave

The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival presented by Hayden Homes and The Source Weekly is please to welcome back the Conscious Living Showcase. It's a wonderfully popular shout-out to those businesses who help us live a healthy lifestyle in Central Oregon. This year the showcase will boast more than 50 exhibitors from the areas of:

  • Outdoor Sports and Recreation
  • Home and Nature
  • Healing and Wellness
  • And, Home Energy Conservation

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Participating Companies

 

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Accelerated Organics

Airlink cct

American Painting

Bend Whole Health

B-Line Clinic

Cleaner Living NW

College Hunks Junk Hauling & Moving

Consumer Cellular

Costco

Country Financial

Cutco Cutlery

Dr. Natasha's Natural Chiropractic

doTERRA Wellness

Energy Trust

Esthetix MD

Farmers Insurance Pedersen Agency

Farmers Insurance Shull Agency

First Tech Credit Union

Green Savers

Hot Tub Warehouse 

 

High Desert Wildlife & Rehabilitation

Sponsored by Wild Birds Unlimited

Presented by Sunriver Metal Works

Isagenix International

Lifetime Windows & Doors

Living Well Therapy

LuLa Roe

Mortgage Trust

N Hance Wood Renewal

Alzheimer's Association

Sponsored by Cascade Retirement Community

 

Newgen Forge 

Planned Parenthood

Pro Caliber

Purium Health Products

Solar Light

SOS Alarm

Totemmi

Turf-N Central Or

Wood Family Homes


 

Volunteer Connect

Featured Members:

Grandma's House of Central Oregon

Latino Community Association

Family Resource Center of Central Oregon


 

   

 

Gourmet Jazz, Food & Wine Street

Cascade Sotheby's International Realty Gourmet Jazz, Food & Wine Street| Saturday and Sunday | Minnesota Avenue


Minnesota Street becomes the hub for gourmet artisans from ​the Pacific Northwest to sip, graze and absorb the best free live jazz in Oregon! This year, we pair a stellar line up of jazz musicians with world-class wines from Oregon, salts, oils, spices, exotic prepared food and more. Learn how to complement your foodie repertoire from the source, on the street, and with friends.

1derful Treats

Atlas Cider

Bucha Buena Kombucha

Copper Belt Wines

Crater Lake Spirits

Humm Kombucha

J Scott Cellars 

Jem Raw Organics

 

Laurel Ridge Winery

Macindoe Family Cellars

Mi Distinctive Tastes

Mud Bay

Naked Winery

Navidi's Olive Oil & Vinegars

Nobel Estates Winery

Pacific Edge Events

Scott Paul Wines

Stringsoil

Stung Fermented

The Doggie Bakery

Thomas and Sons Distillery

Tumalo Lavender

Wine Fauve

 

Bios

1derful Treats

1derful Treats is an Oregon based company that has a great collection of delicious, high quality snacks that promise to delight your taste buds!

Atlas Cider

I have always have felt close to the natural world and find the need to be immersed in it from time to time. I got hooked backpacking the High Sierras as a college student at the University of Nevada, Reno and each year I embark on treks deep into the wilderness areas of the West, for me it's a yearly pilgrimage. Not only do I find exploring the land and mountains of our area fulfilling, but also exploring the fruits that grow in our region and inventing ways to make them into enticing ciders. Our region seems perfectly designed in its soils and seasons to grow apples and fruit more than any other place on Earth. As Atlas seeks the golden apples in Greek mythology, I myself am continually exploring the craft of forging NW fruit into ciders. Hope you enjoy them!

www.atlascider.com

Bucha Buena Kombucha

Bucha Buena, started in 2014 by me, Brooke Moore, brewed by Brit Nelson, long time beer brewer in Bend. Our Kombucha is pure, flavored with only real fruit.  Our flavors are Blackberry Lime, Lemon Strawberry Delight (LSD), Razzle Dazzle (raspberry), Blueberry Ginger, and Watermelon Lime (summertime only).  Find us at Parilla, Mothers, Jacksons Corner, Salud, The Lot, and many more! 

www.buchabuena.com

Copper Belt Wines

Established in 2010 we are the first Oregon winery of the Snake River Valley AVA. Family owned and operated we are a small production winery focusing on small lots of hand crafted fruit forward wines from the Snake River Valley and around the state.

 

Crater Lake Spirits

Crater Lake Spirits by Bendistillery is the 3rd oldest distillery in Oregon, and is celebrating their 20 year anniversary this year! Crater Lake Spirits is based in Bend, Oregon and produces Crater Lake Vodkas, Crater Lake Gins, and Crater Lake Rye Whiskey. Crater Lake Spirits Tasting Room and Distillery is located right outside of Tumalo, where you can enjoy samples, tours of the distillery, and cocktails!

 

Humm Kombucha

Based in Bend, Oregon, Humm Kombucha LLC is a fast-growing company in the rapidly-expanding kombucha market. Kombucha, for the uninitiated, is a lightly effervescent brewed tea that the Chinese have called “the elixir of life” due to its inherently healthy attributes. It’s also a beverage that’s becoming immensely popular around the world.


Humm Kombucha founders Jamie Danek and Michelle Mitchell started their company in 2009 on foundations of accessibility, sustainability and positive energy, with the mission to get kombucha into the hands of as many people as possible. In the ensuing years, they’ve made strides toward fulfilling that mission by guiding the company from a kitchen-based cottage industry to a large-scale  production facility.


Jamie and Michelle’s desire to give everyone access to kombucha has been a driver in the company’s vision of affordable pricing and offering kombucha in conventional grocery and convenience stores, not just health food stores and upscale markets kombucha is often associated with.


Humm Kombucha has differentiated itself with mouthwatering flavors (including Pomegranate Lemonade, Lemon Ginger, Apple Sass and Coconut Lime), by using only high quality ingredients and with a first-of-its-kind kombucha tap room where visitors and locals can sample brews and fill up a growler.  Humm was one of the first kombucha brewers to put kombucha on tap, and its abundant fill stations are reaching a wider audience every month, allowing consumers to fill and refill environmentally-friendly growlers. Additionally, Humm can be purchased in fun, artfully crafted bottles.

www.hummkombucha.com

J Scott Cellars

J. Scott Cellars urban warehouse winery is located in Eugene’s Westside Warehouse District at 520 Commercial St.  Tasting room hours: Fridays, 4-9 pm with entertaining live music and food truck onsite.  Saturdays, 1-9 pm with food truck onsite in the evening.  Sundays,1-5 pm.  Phone:  541-357-5279.  Please check out our Facebook page for up-to-date information on tasting room and special events!  


Winemaker and owner, Jonathan Oberlander, is well known for making extraordinary tasting and out of the ordinary wines. Although you will find some delicious Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris at the winery, Jonathan also makes Petite Sirah, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Roussanne, Tempranillo and (currently) 15 other wines!  National publication, Wine Enthusiast, has awarded nine of J. Scott Cellars wines with 90 Pts. and above!  Bring your friends and visit us soon for delicious wine in a unique and fun atmosphere. 

Jem Raw Organics

We are a small family run operation established in 2010. We are the first winery on the Oregon side of the Snake River Valley AVA. We produce a selection of wines from our estate vineyard near Baker City, but also source fruit from other growing regions around the state of Oregon.

 

 

Laurel Ridge Winery

 In 1974, long before Oregon had its booming modern wine industry, Laurel Ridge Winery founder David Teppola purchased a 240-acre farm just east of Carlton, Oregon. With its perfect southern exposure, it looked like an excellent future vineyard site. As luck would have it, the farm was in the heart of what is now one of Oregon’s premier wine-growing regions. Read our story  visit our website and blog to learn about this history of Oregon wine and the Laurel Ridge Estate!

 

Macindoe Family Cellars 

Macindoe Family Cellars, located in the Oregon's beautiful Willamette Valley vints two elegant Pinot noirs, a Roussanne, a Melon de Bourgogne, a cabernet and a sweet dessert wine. Our family passions are wine, food and fun!

 

Mi Distinctive Tastes

Distinctive Tastes brings you both the sweet and the savory for your kitchen and your table. California-based Balsamic Vinegar producer, Distinctive Tastes, was built on the finest quality balsamic vinegars and extra virgin olive oils found in the western United States. Founded by the Bartolomei family of the Ukiah Valley, they began crafting flavor infusions to complement any dish and palate. Today, they have become the go-to brand for balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oils. The Distinctive Taste mixtures have far surpassed the expectations of our customers as we continue to strictly regulate the quality standards of our ingredients. Distinctive Tastes travels to festivals and specialty food fairs throughout the western US. Recently, we have begun shipping our products all across the nation and into Mexico. Now, our Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars are available for your convenience online in addition to being a staple at many of your local and annual events.

www.distinctive-tastes.com/

Mud Bay

Mud Bay is an employee owned and operated pet retailer, specializing in natural nutrition for dogs and cats since 1988.

Naked Winery

We are on a mission to cut America's divorce rate in half by inviting couples to shut off the TV and share a glass of wine with each other nightly. Our high quality wines please the palate -- and other senses, with provocative names and back labels that change the conversation and set the mood for romance and fun. Our labels are indeed provocative, and a bit risque because we believe you should drink what you like, not what others say is good. And at Naked Winery, remember that, We Aim to Tease!

 

 

Navidi’s Olive Oil & Vinegars

A place to experience the most unique flavors from around the world. Navidi’s, a specialty food store, offers Hand Select Olive Oils, Sweet Italian Vinegars, Local Hand Crafted Pastas, Blended Asian Loose Teas, and Special Flavored Sea Salts. At Navidi’s we invite customers to touch, smell, and taste the quality of our products. We take pride in educating customers to the differences in Olive Oil and Vinegar, how to identify quality, and how to eat healthy. We offer recipes and suggest pairings. Our products are perfect for the family cook or hard to shop for friend. We thank you in advance for shopping our store, we rely on customer referrals, please share this site with the ones you know and love.

www.navidioils.com/

Nobel Estates Winery

Noble Estate is a family owned winery and vineyard located near Eugene, Oregon in a small wine growing region of the South Willamette Valley. This area has been blessed with a climate similar to that in France and the volcanic soils of Oregon contribute a delicacy that enhances our wine flavors. Each bottle of Noble Estate wine brings a taste of the local terroir paired with the view from the original Noble Estate tasting room. At Noble Estate we work hard to produce delicious, high quality wines- many of which are award-winning. Our vineyards are LIVE Certified Sustainable and Salmon-Safe. The Noble Estate Wine Collection consists of Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Viognier, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Malbec, Petite Sirah, Meritage, Gewurztraminer, Muscat, and Passion.

www.nobleestatewinery.com/

 

Pacific Edge Events

Chef Travis Holland shares his expertise in all areas of food & beverage. Certified in Culinary, Business, and Biology, Chef Travis has found endless opportunities in his career, using all of his background and knowledge to curate new experiences for food enthusiasts all around!

 

Scott Paul Wines

Scott Paul Wines is an artisanal producer of Pinot Noir, based in Carlton, Oregon. Our wines reveal elegance and finesse, the benchmarks of what we consider to be the very heart and soul of Pinot Noir.  Our fruit is sourced from some of the finest vineyards in the Willamette Valley including Maresh Vineyard and our estate vineyard Azana. In 2014 we launched Wildstock Wines, a multi-varietal family of wines that reflect the creative, independent and wild spirit of Oregon. Scott Paul Pinot Noirs include La Paulée, D122 (Ribbon Ridge Vineyard), Bedrock (Nysa Vineyard), Azana (Azana Vineyard), and Audrey (Maresh Vineyard), named after Audrey Hepburn, who epitomizes the sophistication and un-manipulated beauty we strive for in our Pinot Noirs.  Our tasting room, housed in a restored circa-1915 creamery, is open 12-5 Thursday-Sunday and features wines from Scott Paul and Wildstock brands.  Our winery, across the street from the tasting room, was formerly a granary.  Historic Carlton boasts 10 plus wineries in walking distance downtown in addition to several quaint cafes, two food carts, and one of the best jam shops around!

Stringsoil

Basically, exposing roots and wrapping them in moss for a striking display, originated in Japan, known as kokedama, which quite literally translates to "moss ball". Kokedama  is the practice of removing a root system from its container, surrounding it in soil, almost making a mud cake, then wrapping the whole mess in moss. Kokedama arrangements were generally used as art for alters, and this ancient gardening technique inspires me....

www.stringsoil.com

Stung Fermented 

Stung Fermented crafts dry, sparkling mead in Portland, Oregon. Made from the freshest Northwest ingredients, Stung's award-winning meads are naturally gluten free and purposefully sulfite free.

The Doggie Bakery

All the recipes in our Doggie Desserts are homemade, natural and healthful, preservative free avoiding sugar, chocolate, artificial flavorings, colorings, fillers and chemicals that could trigger allergies or be harmful to dogs.  With one out of every two dogs being overweight, our fresh bakery will help your dog maintain his/her ideal weight and keep him/her happy with delicious treats & chews!

A perfect resource for dog parties, special occasions and everyday treats.

 

Thomas and Sons Distillery

Thomas & Sons is the new distilled spirits project from Townshend's Tea Company. Our offerings include a family of tea liqueurs, Italian amari (bitter liqueurs), and other botanical spirits, all distilled from a fermentation of tea and sugar. Crafting everything in-house from scratch ingredients, we strive to offer inventive additions to the worlds of both tea and craft spirits.

Tumalo Lavender

Tumalo Lavender is a farm owned by Gordon and Judy Knight. Before deciding to become lavender farmers, they spent three years researching, investigating, and reading extensively about lavender.Their quest took them to lavender farms throughout the Northwest. They became knowledgeable about growing, processing and working with lavender. They found the right varieties that would adapt and survive in the climate of Central Oregon.In June 2005, Tumalo Lavender’s 10 acres had its first 1,000 test plants prepared and planted. The following year, Gordon and Judy planted over 6,000 plants showcasing 15 varieties of lavender. All the lavender varieties were selected for their beauty, climate hardiness, oil, scent and color. At present time, they have approximately 10,000 lavender plants in the field representing over 20 different varieties from white to violet, pink, blue and several shades of purple.

www.tumalolavender.com

 

Wine Fauve

Wine Fauve is a Yamhill County vineyard and winery that is known for producing a wide variety of unique wines. Along with the famed Pinot Noir that is famous throughout the Willamette Valley, Wine Fauve also produces delicious varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Touriga, and Marechal Foch, among other fine red wines. Gewurtztraminer and Riesling are among the popular white wines, and the Sambuco speaks for itself. We rightfully boast that we have something for everybody's palate. Established by Owner, farmer and winemaker William "Mikey" Jones in 1983, Wine Favue continues to be a favorite choice for winelovers. Despite not having our own tasting room we still sell our wines through self-distribution, and at special events and wine festivals.

   
FOOD & LIBATIONS

 

Food Promenade | Friday through Sunday | Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot

The following vendors will be available during all festival hours:

  • Addy Macs Creamery
  • Bates Steakhouse
  • Bates Case de Carne
  • Black Island Ice
  • Bonta Gelato
  • Dump City Dumplings
  • Flat Top Noodles
  • Fries a la Carte
  • Famous Kettle Corn
  • Greek Street Catering
  • Hawaiian Shaved Ice & Cotton Candy
  • Island Noodles
  • Jumbo Tamales
  • Just Wingin It
  • Noi Thai Cuisine
  • Philly style
  • The Pizza Cart
  • Ricos Tacos
  • Shred Town
  • Suzie Q’s
  • Thai on the Fly

Beer | Wine | Sprits | Friday through Sunday | Various Locations Across Festival

Visit the Deschutes Brewery Libation Stations located throughout the festival space.

Serving the following:

From Deschutes Brewery

  • ​Fresh Squeezed IPA
  • Mirror Pond Pale Ale
  • Black Butte Porter
  • HopSlice Session IPA
  • Armory XPA
  • Down and Dirty IPA (Served from Local’s Stage as a Festival Special)

 

From Atlas Cider Co:

  • Pomegranate Cherry Cider
  • Apricot Cider

 

From Bendistillery's Crater Lake Vodka:

  • Humm-Dinger Mule

    -- The perfect summer sipper made with Crater Lake Sweet Ginger Vodka, a squeeze of

    lime and Humm’s Lemon Ginger Kombucha. 

  • Black & Blue Whiskey Sour

    -- This sunny essential combines Crater Lake Rye Whiskey with our own blackberry-

    blueberry citrus sour.

  • Rhubarb-Lime G&T

    -- Crater Lake Gin is topped with tonic, lime and a few dashes of rhubarb bitters-- a great

    twist on your favorite classic cocktail.  Also great as a V&T.

And from Humm Kombucha

  • Lemon Ginger
  • Strawberry Lemonade
Policies & Contacts

Policies & Contacts

 

Festival Dates & Hours:

  • Friday, July 8th | 5-11pm
  • Saturday, July 9th | 11am - 11pm
  • Sunday, July 10th | 11am - 5pm

Admission & Parking

Downtown Bend - Downtown Bend is a launching point to discovering all the wonders of Central Oregon. Downtown bend is the the center of the community where people gather to enjoy the Central Oregon. The historic downtown features over 325 diverse businesses & many fun events.

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Dog Policy

We love your dogs, but please leave them at home. Bringing your dog down to the event is a violation of city code(s):
7.396 (1) “Interfered with conduct of special event by bringing dog to event.”
7.398 (2) “Failing to comply with condition of special event by bringing dog to event.”
City of Bend Police will be on hand and violations are a Class A civil infraction and could result in a $500 fine.

CLICK HERE for parking maps

CLICK HERE for F​requentely Asked Questions

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