WONDER: A MINI FILM FESTIVAL AT THE WORKHOUSE
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
50 Southeast Scott Street
See 7 Wonder-Themed Films Made in 72-Hours
Bring your own chair!
A $5 suggested donation at the door.
SISTERS FOLK FESTIVAL FREE SUMMER CONCERTS: MATT THE ELECTRICIAN
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Matt Sever, aka “Matt the Electrician,” performing his unique brand of quirky, acoustic-based roots/folk has been described as “Paul Simon wrapped around a Tom Waits heart.” As an independent songwriter from Austin, Texas, he has self-released 8 studio records, 2 live records and 2 EPs since 1998. Matt tours all over the world, making regular trips to Europe and Japan as well as touring throughout the United States and Canada. “Matt came to the Festival in 2011 and was one of the best-selling artists in the history of our event. It’s an indication that people connect to his music. It’s honest, well-crafted, fun and quirky. He’s carved his own niche in the music world, and we’ve been anticipating working with Matt again,” says Tisdel.
20TH ANNUAL ART SHOW AND ARTIST RECEPTION IN SISTERS
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
20th Annual Country Fair & Art Show in Sisters
Includes juried Art Show and sale, Silent Auctions, music, ribs & hotdogs, refreshments, homemade marionberry cobbler, games, bouncy house, animals, cake walks, face painting, Country Store, book sale and more. Free admission! All proceeds are donated to local community support agencies.
Art Show and Artists reception on Friday, August 7th, 5pm-8pm
WILCO AT LES SCHWAB AMPHITHEATER
6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Les Schwab Ampitheater Bend
COST: $42 + fees
Wilco with special guest Speedy Ortiz!
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
John Gray Amphitheater
Turf Tunes Sunriver Style presents a free concert featuring Tommy Hogan Band, a blues group from Bend.
August 10 (Thru August 29)
REDMOND LIBRARY: REDMOND ARTISTS EXHIBITION
DAWES AT THE TOWER THEATER
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Soul-infused Americana rockers brought to Bend by Random Presents. Heavily influenced by the vocal harmony and acoustic-based musical sound of Laurel Canyon (CSNY, Joni Mitchel), these guys have made a name for themselves since day one performing along the likes of Conor Oberst, Hozier, Chris Robinson, and My Morning Jacket. “And may all your favorite bands stay together,” sings Taylor Goldsmith on the title track to Dawes’fourth album, All Your Favorite Bands, on their own HUB Records, harking back to a time when that very special rock group helped define who you were, expressing the joy and passion the foursome put into the release.
THE TALBOTT BROTHERS AT MCMENAMINS
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
McMenamins Old St. Francis
The Talbott Brothers are singer/songwriters from the heartland led by harmonizing brothers Nick and Tyler Talbott. They are known for fun, energetic shows dubbed with rich sibling harmonies and purposeful lyrics.