Music Under the Trees 2018

Music Under the Trees - Wild Pine Summer Stage

Join us for an epic house concert in the cool dappled shade of our backyard amphitheater (pictured above) in Redmond, WA!

The music will go from 3 pm to 10 pm on Saturday, August 4, with a short break in the middle for dinner. The site open to the public at 2:30 pm. Performing forces will include:

Advance tickets are $20 and are strongly recommended; our previous event sold out well in advance, since space is limited to 80 seats.

 

More details:

LOCATION: The concert will be held at the home of Betsy & Dave Tinney in Redmond, WA. For directions, click here.  Directions and more details will also be sent to the email you provide when you purchase your tickets.

SCHEDULE: The site opens to attendees at 2:30 PM, and the concert goes from 3:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

FOOD: There will be a 30-45 minute dinner break about halfway through; a buffet dinner will be available. (You may, if you prefer, bring your own food; however, please do not bring alcohol onsite.)

PARKING: Some parking is available onsite (we have space for about 30-40 cars), and some street parking is also available. (If possible, please carpool.)

BUS: There is a King County Metro route 221 stop about 1/4 mile from us.

WHEELCHAIRS: The concert site is wheelchair-accessible. If you will need a wheelchair spot, please email Betsy (betsy@betsytinney.com) to reserve one.

CHILDREN: Well-behaved children are welcome. However, please note that this site is not child-proofed, and includes stairs, rough stone steps, and other minor hazards.

SMOKING: There will be a designated smoking area in front of the house; smoking will be permitted only in that area, and not in the concert area, on the deck, or indoors.

ALCOHOL: Please do not bring alcohol onsite (a restriction of our insurance).

If you have any questions, please email betsy@betsytinney.com.

Betsy-Sooj-Vixy-Tony-Sunnie - photo by Beth Wade

A past performance on the Wild Pine Summer Stage, with (left to right) Betsy, S.J. Tucker, vixy Dockrey, Tony Fabris, and Sunnie Larsen. Photo by Beth Wade.

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