First Interstate Bank & Eberhard’s Dairy Products Present Music on the Green

(Image | Courtesy of Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB)

Bring the lawn chairs, grab a blanket and join the Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB for free live music as we host the 26th year of Music on the Green, presented by First Interstate Bank and Eberhard’s Dairy Products at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center in the heart of Central Oregon, Redmond.

While following the guidelines set forth by Oregon Health Authority and Deschutes County Health, the Redmond Chamber of Commerce is bringing our free summer concert series to you! Our artists will be performing from the Center Circle at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center.

This year’s lineup includes Olivia Knox (June 30), Heller Highwater (July 14), Erin Cole-Baker (August 11) and JuJu Eyeball (August 25). Per annual tradition, a performance by Redmond’s own Hokulea Dancers, a troop featuring traditional Hawaiian Island dance and drumming, will round out the 2021 season on Wednesday, September 8.

Along with free musical entertainment, Music on the Green will feature a variety of food, art and craft vendors in booths throughout the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center. Kids and adults alike will love the bounce houses on site as well as games and activities provided by vendors.

Music on the Green is made possible thanks to a number of community sponsors, starting with presenting sponsors First Interstate Bank and Eberhard’s Dairy Products. Others include LS Networks, Horizon Broadcasting Group, The Bulletin, The Redmond Spokesman and The Source Weekly. Find more information at

Music on the Green – 2021 Schedule

Olivia Knox
Wednesday, June 30 – 6pm
Olivia is 18 years old, writes all of her own music and is a self-taught ukulele and guitar player. Olivia has a deep compassion for her peers and the struggles teens face today. Her songs are full of empowerment and hope. Olivia Knox and her band will be performing some original tunes and cover songs that will ignite your heart. Olivia is excited to be joined on stage for this concert with the beat master drummer Nole Kennedy and Mr smooth on the keys and James Knox, also known as dad.

Heller Highwater
Wednesday, July 14 – 6pm
Heller Highwater Band is all about the groove and lead and vocal harmonies. From The Rolling Stones, Adele and Jason Maraz to country and blues. We try to play a little bit for everybody. We love to get folks dancing! Heather Drakulich, lead vocalist; John Luce, vocals and bass; Tom Brouillette, lead guitar and vocals; and Lance Van Buren, vocals and drums

Erin Cole-Baker
Wednesday, August 11 – 6pm
Erin Cole-Baker was born in the USA and raised in the beach-filled rural Northland of New Zealand. Her songwriting and live delivery comes from a place of great honesty and beauty, led by her gorgeous silvery voice and extraordinary sense of melody. Erin’s songs are deep, gritty reflections on being human, guided by rich velvety vocals on both electric and acoustic guitars.

Juju Eyeball
Wednesday, August 25 – 6pm
Juju Eyeball is a Beatles’ cover band formed in 2015 in Bend. They are dedicated to bringing the Fab Four’s classic songs back to life — in all their original rock power. The four members of the band (two guitars, keyboards, bass and drums) all sing lead and harmonies to perfection. They are versatile enough to play beautiful ballads like Something and Yesterday, rock hard on Back in the USSR and Revolution, bring the Summer of Love back to life with Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and A Day in the Life and get the whole crowd up and dancing to the early hits like She Loves You and Can’t Buy Me Love.

Hokulea Dancers
Wednesday, September 8 – 6pm
Redmond’s very own traditional Hawaiian Dancers are back and are always a crowd favorite! This high-energy troop will showcase traditional Hawaiian Island dance and drumming. Led by Hawaiian Natives Novelen and Joey Tavita, they bring a true taste of the Islands with many generations of their family and friends. Come join us as we say Aloha to summer in the true Hawaiian style.

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