Goodbye, Cape Blanco

Thank you, Fest Fans

In 2014, we set out to expand our Festival footprint and landed on a beautiful section of Curry County, Oregon. With the tremendous support of the County, the Sheriff and the reviewing authorities we launched the Cape Blanco Country Music Festival. Although we recognized there would be challenges with access and traffic on 101, plus a lack of available camping and lodging, we loved the setting and forged ahead. Our mission, as always, was to create a great country music event, generate tourism revenue for the area, and give back to the area schools and non-profits.

The Festival has grown tremendously, however, over the last two years, and that success has only brought our logistical challenges into sharper focus. These issues, we have determined, are just too dynamic to overcome. With a heavy heart, we are announcing that 2016 will be the last year for the Festival in Sixes, Oregon. We give special thanks to Commissioner David Brock Smith, Sheriff Ward, Sixes Fire, The Puhl and McKenzie Families. These people went above and beyond with help and support the last three years.

For 2017, we are currently working to create a new event in Central Point, OR—the Country Crossings Music Festival. We’re excited about this opportunity, but will miss the relationships we forged while in Curry County.

Thank you to everyone that has attended or been a part of the Cape Blanco Country Music Festival for an unforgettable three years!