Mountain Music Festival

September 20-22, 2013

Few things pair better than clean mountain air and music.  Join us for a magical weekend surrounded by the sounds of rushing water, wind in the trees, and amazing musical talent.  Listen to songs beneath the stars, while exploring the majesty and wonder of the ancient forest.  Whether you’re a musician, an admirer, or a little of both, the Mountain Music Festival is your ticket to a weekend of inspiration in Oregon’s most ethereal playground.  Come play with us!


Prices listed include lodging, meals, and music from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon.

Package 1: private bedroom in cabin 4 or 5.  $175 per adult, $50 per child ages 4-13, no charge for children under 4.

Package 2: dormitory-style lodging in the bunkhouse.  $125 per adult.  Please, no children in the bunkhouse.


Alan Kanning was born into a musical family who farmed the plains of northern Montana.  His songs weave a melody through the comfort and loneliness of intimacy, the beauty and tragedy of ordinary life and the moment when hope flickers to life – just when you think it is flickering out.

Austin Willacy is a critically acclaimed singer/songwriter and has performed with Bonnie Raitt, Ray Charles, James Brown, and rising stars like Jem, John Corbett, Rachael Yamagata & Amos Lee.  He donates his musical talent to a wide range of educational, social and environmental organizations.

Caroline Oakley and Pete Leone perform together featuring old-time fiddle and banjo tunes and country duets. Caroline is a founding member of the Flat Mountain Girls, and most recently played with old-time string band The Government Issue Orchestra. Pete is known for his high tenor singing and most recently played with Foghorn Stringband.

Mike Gibbons is a singer-songwriter who writes from an unabashedly personal place, using his craft to dig into his psyche and uproot whatever lies within.  He has toured across the US and performed internationally on numerous occasions.

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