Enjoying its 24th anniversary in 2014, the Drake Park Munch & Music free concert series continues to be a summertime favorite. Founded by Cameron Clark, owner of C3 Events, the weekly series provides the community of Central Oregon with a great chance to strengthen their bond while enjoying the arts, outstanding food and free music.
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Thursday's July 10 through August 14, 2014
(begins at 5:30 pm)
Location: Drake Park
Bend Live Music and More
July 10 - Fruition
July 17 - Too Slim & The Taildraggers
July 24 - Nahko and Medicine For The People
July 31 - Cash'd Out
August 7 - Shook Twins
August 14 - Cooper & The Jam
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Bonta Gelato, Cuppa Yo, Demetri's, Dump City Dumplings, Famous Kettle Corn, Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Ida's Cupcakes, Mauna Kea Grill, Mountain Coffee, Parilla Satellite, Pilot Butte Drive In, Pizza Cart, Pizza Mondo, Rico's Tacos, Suzy Q's, and more still to come!
Deschutes Brewery beers always on tap, this year Atlas Cider will be debuting in the park, with notable NW wines and cocktails.
Artists line the pathways around the amphitheater. Food vendors are primarily located along the riverside to the south of the stage.
Admission & Parking
It's FREE and there is parking along the street. It is a short walk from downtown Bend if you park there. Please respect the neighbors by acknowledging "No Parking" signs in the area.
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.
Drake Park, downtown Bend, Oregon.
For accommodations please contact C3 Events, 389-0995 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please respect neighbors who live adjacent to the park by obeying parking regulations, commuting, and/or parking in the Mirror Pond or Kenwood School Parking lots.
Please look for Zero Waste Stations and help to keep the park clean by picking up your garbage.