Music Festival: Help keep the Methow Valley green and our rivers clean

July 2nd Music Festival and River Restoration Tours Celebrates Clean and Green Headwaters

A festival in celebration of the Methow Valley and its headwaters will offer

performances by several local musicians, as well as a pig roast and BBQ,

on July 2nd at John Doran’s Walking D Ranch Adventures, 200-88 Highway 20 in

Twisp, Wash. The free event runs from 4 to 10 p.m and is open to the public.


In addition to the music festival, tours of salmon habitat restoration work on the

Methow River will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The tours will leave on the

hour from Community Covenant Church, 710 Hwy 20 in Twisp.

Contact Hannah Dewey, campaign outreach coordinator, to pre-register by email at or by phone, 206-227-8403


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Musical guests include:

The Last Outlaws, Wild Mountain Nation,

Laura Love and the Family Dog, Meghan Collen Doran, Ken Bevis, Pat Hale, Sky Kyss and

Danbert Nobacon and Anna Dooley.

Let's keep OUR valley greenand OUR rivers clean (1) (1)


This homegrown festival is organized by the Methow Headwaters Campaign and

made possible by the following business sponsors and supporters:

Mazama Country Inn, Blue Star Coffee Roasters, Lazy Bee Gardens, Winthrop Mountain Sports,

Sun Mountain Lodge, Cascades Outdoor StoreGathered Boutique, North Cascade Heli,

Integrated Design Concepts, Little Bear Cabin, Triple T Roofing, Winthrop Physical Therapy,

Methow Valley Ski School, Alpine Valley Lodge & Alpine LoftNorth Cascades Mountain Hostel, Intertwined Designs,

French Quail  BoutiqueRocking Horse Bakery, Bluebird Grain Farms, Glover Street Market, Cascade Endurance,

Methow Cycle and  SportTwisp River Pub, Thomson’s Custom Meats, and Sunflower Catering.

A HUGE thanks to our business sponsors and supporters (1)


The pig-roast and BBQ also are provided free – please bring a sidedish to

share with neighbors and friends. Seating for the community event is festival

style and guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs.


The Methow Headwaters Campaign brings together local Valley businesses,

area residents, civic leaders and local organizations concerned about the threat a

potential industrial-scale copper mine poses to the region’s economy, waters and

rural character. The music festival is one in a series of events to raise

awareness of the campaign and to celebrate the special qualities of the Methow


We hope to see you there!