Rolling Along Like a Tumbling Tumbleweed
Tri-Cities Tumbleweed Music Festival is Labor Day Weekend
If you are in search of some adventure coupled with fantastic music, look no further than the Tumbleweed Music Festival in Howard Amon Park along the Columbia River in Richland.
With a winding and varied past, the festival, in one form or another, grew from the desire to provide family-friendly musical events to what it is today: a multi-day folk festival featuring music and crafts from all around the Pacific Northwest.
Starting the evening of September 2, the 2022 festival celebrates the return of in-person performances after Covid-19 forced the event to go virtual in 2020 and 2021 with a free concert by local musicians. Focusing on this year’s theme of “Dear Friends,” visitors are encouraged to attend with their friends and families.
Enjoy nonstop music, singalongs, and dance throughout Saturday, and if you are brave enough, take part in open mic opportunities or attend some workshops. It’s a full day with lots happening on five outdoor stages, two indoor stages, and two classrooms.
On Saturday evening, prepare for the benefit concerts – the only two performances with paid admission, and then rest up to repeat the fun on Sunday.
The Tri-Cities area is rich with culture, entertainment, and adventure. Celebrate the end of summer by exploring the region and attending the signature event of Labor Day Weekend!
To learn more about the Tumbleweed Music Festival, visit tumbleweedfest.com.