2021 Music Lineup

5:30 - 7:00pm • Saturday, Oct. 9

Known as one of Portland's hardest working musicians, Jacob Westfall is a young veteran of the Portland music scene and has gained recognition as one of the fastest growing singer-songwriters in the Pacific Northwest; often seen onstage with a family of collaborators and musicians of his adoptive hometown community. After appearances on shows like NBC’s The Voice (S12) and ABC’s American Idol (S1) he has released two projects: A full length record "Where We Are" (2018) and his latest EP,  "Wonderful (2021)


 When performing he shares his story through genuine songwriting, powerhouse vocals, and pristine arrangements – regaling his tales of love, goodbyes, new friendships, and serial optimism through a tradition of alternative soundscapes and folk authenticity in a pop-style package with a rock & roll attitude. Jacob Westfall is an experience you will not want to miss.


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3:45 - 5:15pm • Saturday, Oct. 9

Folk pop group from Salt Lake City, UT formed in early 2017. They recorded with Grammy award winner Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Vance Joy) at Bear Creek Studio, Seattle, WA. The five songs were crafted with Taylor Carroll (Phillip Phillips drummer) sitting at the board. 


2:30 - 3:30pm • Saturday, Oct. 9

Timothy Jennings and Richard Crespin

American pop-rock fusion artists from Colorado.



The Waldron Brothers

1:15-2:15pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

The Waldron Brothers is a blood brother rock duo based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Coming from a musically oriented family, they have been playing/recording in and out of bands with their two sisters and friends their whole life. Hitting the scene as brothers in 2018, they came out with their debut single, "Side A Side B". Learning their craft and experimenting with new sounds and ideas, they released their first EP, "VCR". They've branched out with their new age sound and have been playing shows all over the valley and have been working on their original music.


12-1pm • Saturday, Oct. 9

When you envision a mere three people playing instruments onstage, you tend to imagine muted, minimal amount of sound. Salt Lake City alt-rock trio Our Time in Space never cease to amaze with their full-dimensional, explosive waterfall of sonics, using the same vocals, drums and guitars available to every other carbon-based rock & roll band in the known universe.