2013 Entertainment: Throughout the weekend, some of the northwest's top musicians will be playing on our professional stage. An antique car show is set up on the show perimeter and a quilt show lines the entrance to the park. (Antique cars are selected by invitation only. All spaces are currently filled for this year's event.)

Ehren Cahill
11am - 12:30pm
Leaves Russell
1 - 3pm
Portland Tribune’s Rob Cullivan writes that “Leaves Russell bill themselves as ‘Portland’s masters of space and time.’ If that’s truly the case, then the space is inside our city’s many dreamy artistic heads. And the time lies somewhere between Harry Nilsson’s and Tori Amos’ first makeout session in a parallel universe and Radiohead’s in-studio jam sessions while getting loose to lay down a money track.”


Mike Sanchez
4 - 6pm
Pan GypsiesPhoto: © Shea Oakes


March Fourth Marching Band
6 - 8pm
Their sound is huge, melodic, and dynamic, taking audiences on a musical journey around the globe. MarchFourth writes and performs its own material, and draws inspiration from worldwide sources. The music is a sprinkle of Mardi Gras, a dash of afro beat, a taste of jazz, a sip of samba, and a splash of European brass. The musical quality, the energy of the band, and the spectacle of the dancers all combine to create an original performance that appeals to all kinds of people. (photo: Aris Gredzens)


Rio Con Brio
11am - 1pm
Pan GypsiesFormed in 2005 in Portland, Oregon, Rio Con Brio has established itself as one of the Northwest’s premiere performers of choro, the early 20th century street music of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Influenced by Afro-Brazilian rhythms and the café music of Italy, France, and Portugal, choro is both exotic and familiar, evoking in turn the carnival of Rio and the cafes of Paris.


Joni Harms
1:30 - 3:30pm
Harms has been praised for her pure country voice since she signed her first record deal with the famed producer Jimmy Bowen for Capitol in the early 1990s. After that Harms moved to on to her celebrated Cowgirl Dreams (1999 / Warner Western). That release was followed by last year’s After All.

In 2003, Harms was named Female Vocalist of the Year and accepted the award for Song of the Year from the Western Music Association. She is also a multiple winner of Academy of Western Artists Awards, including the top honor of Entertainer of the Year for 2002, and she continues building audiences through appearances on the famed Grand Ole Opry and a recent stint at New York City’s Carnegie Hall.


Aaron Meyer
4 - 6pm
Concert rock violinist Aaron Meyer has successfully bridged the worlds of classical and popular music, performing a unique blend of the two that has now become the Grammy® recognized category Classical Crossover. He has performed with orchestras and ballet companies, as well as artists such as Smokey Robinson, Aaron Neville and Everclear.