Many artists are inspired by natural beauty, thus the popularity of landscape painting and landscape photography. In this week’s Great Outdoors, Brooke Snavely and Wanderlust Tours show us an entirely different kind of art in nature — a choral concert in a cave.
A special thanks to our Great Outdoors sponsor, Parr Lumber, for giving us the time and resources to explore the lakes, rivers and mountains across our beautiful state every Wednesday night on Central Oregon Daily.
Country fans take heart…Luke Bryan has rescheduled his Bend shows for September 30 and October 1, 2021.
The Les Schwab Amphitheater made the announcement Wednesday, saying Morgan Wallen and Runaway June are set to open both nights.
Bryan was initially scheduled to play LSA later this month.
He’s just the third artist to play multi-day shows at the Old Mill venue, joining Phish and Widespread Panic.
Bryan was only playing multiple nights at two stops on the tour, including Bend. The tour also includes shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City and Staples Center in Los Angeles.
In October, Bryan’s 2013 “Crash My Party” album was named Album of the Decade by the Academy of Country Music.
He’s also a judge on ABC’s American Idol.
If you had tickets to the Thursday show in 2020, you’ve got tickets to the Thursday show in 2021. Likewise, if you had tickets to the Friday show in 2020, you’ve got tickets to the Friday show in 2021.
If you can’t make the new dates, you have until July 25 to request a refund.
If you paid cash and would like a refund for your tickets, please call the Ticket Mill at 541-318-5457 to arrange to collect your refund.
If you purchased tickets online through Etix, call them at 1-919-653-0443 or 1-800-514-3849 to arrange a refund.
If I ask you what your very first LP was, or what your favorite 45 was, you are definitely of a particular age group. For those younger viewers, those are records, albums or singles, you know, old school vinyl. In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to an iconic record store in Portland that has been selling albums, 45’s, CD’s and cassettes for nearly a half-century.
Thanks to Terry Currier for showing us around Music Millennium and a special thanks to our Destination Oregon sponsor, Bi-Mart, for giving us the time and resources to take you to some of our state’s most beautiful and interesting locations every Thursday night on Central Oregon Daily.
It’s a good weekend for music. The Bend Camerata, a group founded by local music educators, will be performing their musical journey called “This Is Us” at Wille Hall on the COCC campus Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 3 pm on Sunday.
For all the latest arts and culture listings, pickup the latest issue of The Source Weekly, or go to their website at bendsource.com. Thanks to our Source on the Scene sponsor, Indian Head Casino, for giving us the time and resources to show you some of the best events and entertainment that our region has to offer, every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.
“The sound of human potential.” That’s the tagline for Cascade School of Music, the nonprofit music school that has been working to transform lives and enrich our community by providing exceptional music education and experiences for all Central Oregonians since 2002.
Get your tickets now, before April 6th, for a reduced price to attend the school’s upcoming benefit “The Gift of Music,” an evening of engaging music, dinner and unique auction packages. The event is on May 6th at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Skyline Ranch Road. 75% of tickets sales go directly to the nonprofit school. Find out about all of the classes and offerings at the school by visiting http://www.ccschoolofmusic.org/. The school has many summer programs and offers tuition assistance and scholarships. Along with financial donations, the school also is in need of instruments.
Karen Sande with Music on the Green visits Central Oregon Daily to talk about the 2017 season, which kicks off June 28 and runs every other Wednesday through September 6. The series feature a diverse mix of music from country to big band to Hawaiian dance. Acts include Todd Haaby, Precious Byrd and the Hokua Dancers.