Blues on The Willamette 2020: Brian James & The Revival
September 6 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Blues on the Willamette – Labor Day Weekend 2020
September 5 – September 7
12 noon – 5 pm
Come out to the winery and enjoy a full weekend of great wine, music, art and food in an idyllic setting on the scenic Willamette River. Camping in the vineyard is also available. Get your Labor Day Blues on with us!
Here’s the music line-up:
- Saturday 9/5 Lisa Mann 1 – 4 pm
- Sunday 9/6 Brian James & The Revival 1 – 4 pm
- Monday 9/7 Ted Vaughn Blues Band 1 – 4 pm
More details coming soon about our artisan vendors, food truck and other activities.
If you’re from out of town – or just want to get away from town – plan to spend the weekend camping on our grassy field behind the winery amongst the vines. Each space is just $20 for the first night and $15 for each additional night. Learn more here .
Hours & Cost
The Tasting Room is open from 12 noon – 5 pm all three days. A full tasting menu is available from 12 noon – 1 pm daily ($10 tasting fee – no additional cover). From 1 – 5 pm – $5 cover – we’ll be happy to sell you a glass pour or bottle of our excellent Arcane Cellars estate-produced wine. We also have Oregon craft brews, soda and bottled water available for purchase.
September 6th : Brian James & The Revival
Brian James & The Revival bring their sweet sounds of blues and soul delivered with a punch and designed to make you tap your feet ‘till your pain no more. Nashville guitar singer and front man Brian James brings his brand of blues and soul revival to the stage every time he sets foot on it. The Nashville 2014 Blues Challenge Winner and 2015 IBC representative reawakens the real music inspired by the pioneers while authentically contributing to the future of roots music.
A fiery national touring act, Brian James and The Revival have played festivals and clubs building a loyal following anywhere they go in support of his first release ’The Remedy” co-produced with drummer Tom DelRossi. Brian James and The Revival represent an analog vibe in digitally saturated age.
“To watch Brian onstage is to be totally enthralled and charmed by him. He is a cross between Jimi Hendrix with a touch of the Allman brothers mixed right in to bring a performance that is all Brian James.”
– (Andy Ellis, The Guitar Show)
“You can feel the energy, emotion that pours out of Brian James as he glides across the stage…. it’s an interactive, infectious exchange, like a dance, with his audience. Brian is just doing what he loves and when you are in the crowd, you feel it. This guy is real and … he’s real good.”