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Eola Hills Wine Cellars presents Wine Country Rocks Concert Series
July 9, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm$15
SALEM, Ore. – Eola Hills Wine Cellars will use its Legacy Estate Vineyard as the stage for a series of five concerts on Saturdays in July and August, with acts ranging from jazz musician Patrick Lamb to rock violinist Aaron Meyer.
The Wine Country Rocks Concert Series at Legacy Estate Vineyard opens July 9 and continues with shows Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27. Concertgoers will enjoy festival seating on the lawns next to the Legacy Vineyard pond, which offers spectacular valley and vineyard views.
Legacy Estate Vineyard is the largest vineyard for Eola Hills Wine Cellars and a 10-minute drive west of downtown Salem. The Legacy Estate Vineyard tasting room is open from May 1 – Oct. 1, while the Eola Hills Wine Cellars tasting rooms in Rickreall and now McMinnville are open year-round.
Established in 2008 on a southwest-facing hillside dotted with native White Oak trees and basalt boulders, Legacy Vineyard offers spectacular views of the Willamette Valley and the Coast Range. The 72-acre vineyard is planted with varieties well-suited to the maritime climate, volcanic soils and rocky slopes: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon and Maréchal Foch.
Doors open 3 p.m., with performances from 5-8 p.m.
- July 9 — High Street Band – swing, Motown, dance hits
- Aug. 6 — Aaron Meyer – concert rock violinist
- Aug. 13 — Patrick Lamb – R&B, soul, jazz saxophonist
- Aug. 20 — Ben Rice – traditional blues guitarist
- Aug. 27 — Country Slicker Band – Portland group featuring country covers
Admission is $15 per person for all ages, and just $12 for a wine club member. A series pass is available for $60, and tickets may be purchased at eolahillswinery.com via tickettomato.com.
Outdoor festival seating is available on the lawns next to the pond at Legacy.
Food and drink are for sale at the vineyard, but no outside food or beverages are permitted. And please leave pets at home.