Wild Rivers Music Festival
August 19 - August 21$25.00
After two straight successful years, the festival is on its way to becoming the only major music festival on the Southern Oregon Coast! Attendance for the 2017 festival is estimated to be around 1,000 people from all over
The Wild Rivers Music Festival is a one-day music extravaganza on the Southern Oregon Coast. The festival is scheduled from noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 2, within the forested, intimate amphitheater in Azalea Park, the crown jewel of the city of Brookings. The amphitheater is limited to about 1,000 people. Fans are invited to bring their blankets and low-back folding chairs. No pets and no outside food and alcohol allowed. Nearby KidTown playground and a barbecue area offers fun for families. Parking is free. There is no on-site camping.
Lodging is available at the many hotels, motels, RV parks and state campgrounds. The preferred festival lodging company is Lucky 7 Casino and Hotel.
The festival will feature non-stop music with nationally-touring artists — Several regional breweries will be on hand to sell delicious microbrews and wine. The area’s best restaurants will offer delicious foods and snacks.
Brookings is a quaint, oceanside town located about two hours from major Oregon cities such as Medford and Coos Bay, and Eureka, California. Brookings is nestled among Oregon’s pristine rivers, forests and rugged beaches, and is a short drive to the destination cities of Gold Beach and Port Orford, and the famous California redwoods near Crescent City, Calif.
The festival is presented by Stagelights Musical Arts Community, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity, which promotes music education and outreach in the local schools and communities. Revenue from the festival is used to grow the music festival each year, and to fund other music endeavors such as our “Music in the Classroom” program. More information about our events and activities can be found at www.stagelights.us.
The Wild Rivers Music Festival is a community-driven event supported by a small army of unpaid individuals, along with businesses, organizations and sponsors