There are music festivals in Oregon for everyone that cover all genres from rock to EDM and everything in between. Oregon’s fledgling festival scene’s one of the country’s most promising up-and-coming states for all the best hits of summer. The gorgeous Cascade range forms the backdrop for many of them, adding an extra element to the non-stop enjoyment.
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We hope this list of music festivals in Oregon helps you find the festival experience you are looking for. We are always adding to this list of festivals so be sure to check back from time to time. If there is a music festival we have missed, be sure to send us an email and we will get it added to the list.
Canby’s set the stage for over ten years of entertainment in Oregon during the annual Harefest event. This exciting festival offers plenty of opportunities for overnight fun over two days every July.
The campgrounds at Harefest feature real toilets among the usual porta potties as well as the option for glamping and RV camping if preferred. You can also look forward to a seated breakfast buffet on Saturday morning.
You’re assured of a fun and jovial atmosphere thanks to the ongoing barrage of blasts from the past dating back to the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s too. Harefest features all-tributes all the time and is a great introduction to the good old days of the pop era.
It’s all good clean fun at this three-day family festival that also supports local agriculture and music programs in Willmina’s West Valley.
Camping’s on offer in the open field alongside the venue so pack up your gear and get your fill of Indie artists and local musicians strutting their stuff on stage every July. You can expect a smattering of American, folk, and country tunes at this fun, casual festival.
Wildwood Music Fest features an unmistakable rural vibe and it’s perched on the edge of Oregon’s wine country, so there’s plenty of fun to be had for all.
Keep it country at the Oregon Jamboree where 25 musical acts take to two stages every August. Previous acts include the likes of Scotty McCreery, Terri Clark, and Lindsay Ell.
It’s all about the fantastic tunes, an intimate atmosphere, and the chance to glamp it up or rough it on the wide-open spaces of Sankey Park in Sweet Home, Oregon.
There’s no shortage of awesome artisanal beer and food on offer too, so you don’t need to worry about packing your own festival eats.
Horning’s Hideout’s the place to be every July when the Northwest String Summit brings you an exclusive family-oriented event featuring all the best local artists.
Known as the bluegrass paradise of the USA, Horning’s Hideout offers one of the country’s most scenic festival experiences. The festival’s dedicated to folk jam and boasts five amazing stages.
You can also look forward to wonderful camping options like the posh ‘Expedition Glamping” and “Ultimate Peacock Club VIP Experience”.
We have compiled this comprehensive list of music festivals in Oregon , if there are any that we’ve missed that you would like us to add please contact us.