Dirty Face Music Fest
Thanks for joining us to celebrate the arts under the stars for our first annual Dirty Face Music Fest [An arts education benefit presented by Icicle Arts]. We raised over $2,000 to support our art education programs! If you missed it, we hope to see you next year! More details to come.
We are busy at work planning details for 2015 Dirtyface Music & Arts Fest, scheduled for Saturday August 1st, 2015. Put it on your calendars! More details coming soon.
Featuring live music by
After years of freestyling music and words on riverbeds, beaches, ski lifts, porches and garages, Buzz Brümp was formed in 2010 to spread good vibes through their music.Hailing from New Jersey, New York, Colorado and Washington state, they have created a uniquely diverse sound that sweats it out on the dance floor. Buzzbrump.com
Spare Rib & The Bluegrass Sauce
Formed in 2005, Spare Rib & The Bluegrass Sauce brings it’s own special blend of Groove-Grass to the NorthWest. Playing a wide range of Traditional, Old Timey, Classic Rock, and Original music that merges Bluegrass with marathon Jams, the Bluegrass Sauce will get you hootin’, hollerin’ and stompin’ all night long!
Holly Blue Band
Bringing community together through love of music and creative expression.
Tickets available at dirtyface.brownpapertickets.com
Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce
Sage Mountain Natural Foods
*Just announced: 20% of ticket sales will go towards Fire Relief Fund at NCW Community Foundation
Loose Schedule of Events
9am children’s wacky water activities start
12pm Camping check in*
1pm-2:30pm Slackline Yoga Fundamentals workshop*
2:45pm-4:45pm Acro Yoga workshop*
3pm face painting
4pm beer, wine and food open
4pm Holly Blue Band
5:30pm Spare Rib & the Bluegrass Sauce
8pm Buzz Brump
10pm music ends
*advanced reservations required
Camp with us! Thousand Trails is a 300 acre RV and tent campground open to the public. Costs for camping starts at $26/ night. Cabins are FULL. Tent sites are FULL.* RV sites remain.
Best way to book a campsite: Call (877) 570-2267
*Park will honor tent site rate for RV sites for the fest if you only have a tent. Call Plain 509-763-2020 and leave a message for this discount.
Book/ learn more.
Festival stage is at Clear Creek Lodge in the Lake View area of campground. campground map
Heading East on Hwy 2*
Turn left onto WA-207 N for 4.3 mi
Slight right onto Chiwawa Loop Road for 0.4 mi
Turn right onto Co Hwy 22 – 4.7 mi
Turn left onto Chiwawa Loop Rd/Lower Chiwawa River Rd
Destination will be on the right. Look for MUSIC FEST signs.
*note- hwy 2 east of 207 is CLOSED from mile 84-99. Info from DOT here.
Heading West on Hwy 2
Turn right onto Chumstick Hwy for 13.5 mi
Continue onto Chiwawa Loop Rd – 3.4 mi
Turn right onto Chiwawa Loop Rd/Lower Chiwawa River Rd
Destination will be on the left (2nd Thousand Trails entrance, look for MUSIC FEST signs)
Beer & Wine
We will be proudly serving Icicle Brewing Company Dirty Face Amber Ale and Crosscut Lager all night. Thanks to Cascade Valley Wine Country, our wines will be provided by Plain Cellars, located just up the road from the campground! Must be 21 years old to enter beer & wine tent. ID’s will be checked.
Don’t even worry about turning on your grill tonight, let us cook for you. Taqueria El Chavo will be there serving the best tacos in the valley.
Acro & Slackline Yoga
Part of ‘Yogaslackers PLC End of the Road Tour’, Sam and Raquel will be hosting workshops. Join YogaSlackers Sam Salwei and Raquel Hernandez on their US tour and learn the fundamentals of slackline yoga (1-2:30pm). Or take it to the next level with slackline and acroyoga (2:45-4:45pm). Advance reservation required.
Family Friendly Activities All Day
It’s a Wacky Wet & Wild water theme at Thousand Trails. Family activities will include Wet T-shirt Relay , Balloon Squat, Beach Blanket Bingo Poolside, Rubber Ducky Race in The Creek, Bird Bath Sprinklers, and Island Golf in the pool. Gather together for the Super Soaker and Water Pistol War, bring your own or purchase a water pistol in our store. Play in the Volleyball Tournament in our sand court, and then refresh yourself at our Watermelon eating contest. Remember to slide on down to our Popsicle Social, and join us at the campfire Friday evening for a Marshmallow Roast. Kid’s crafts include making Waterflies and Water Shaker Bottles.
Inside the festival walls we’ll have a kid zone with coloring, bubbles, face painting and more.
Benefiting Icicle Arts
100% of each dollar you spend on tickets and beverages will support your community. 80% to Icicle Arts education programs, 20% to Fire Relief. Icicle Arts cultivates visual art by partnering with schools and our community. Thank you to our sponsors Thousand Trails, Icicle Brewing Company, Icicle TV and Gibbs Graphics.