Finally! After a full summer in Lake Chelan without Live music due to the covid-19 pandemic, live music is back in the Lake Chelan Valley! One of our favorite local wineries has just released their summer 2021 concert series, and we could not be more thrilled for everyone! Tipsy Canyon winery along with local electrical company Zuluaga Electric is bringing Thursday night music every week for all summer long!
The first event kicks off June 3rd from 6-9:30 PM with Billboard Charting Country Artist Miller Campbell. Miller highlights her southern roots (Miller is part of the legendary Glen Campbell family) with a special new show. Armed with a voice that turns clear and bright as high mountain air and round, warm, and rough in all the right places, Campbell sings with a natural assuredness usually only found in artists with decades of experience. Named the Next Woman of Country Music by CMT in 2018, and one of the top 15 Country Artists to Watch in 2021, she brings a unique edge back into the southern rock scene. From festivals and rodeos to country bars and honky-tonks, fans are giving themselves over to an act that writes from the heart and sings from the soul.
The following week, June 10th from 6-9 PM will feature Wyatt Wood. Wyatt Wood started as an aspiring musician over 25 years ago. He writes and records all his own music while learning various cover songs that range from the mid 80’s to the present. Wyatt graduated from Full Sail University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Production. While in school he earned the Music Theory II Course Director’s Award for excelling in Music Theory. After graduating, he started composing music for film, TV, video games, and web. Recently, Wyatt went to Nashville, TN to record his second album with Century Music Group. Currently, Wyatt plays his original melodic acoustic rock songs and familiar songs from the ’90s to the present around the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Wyatt Wood creates a nostalgic and entertaining environment for any listener.
The full schedule of events, and details of the artists are available on the Tipsy Canyon website and Facebook pages. They are hoping to have food trucks at the events and will be selling wine and beer as well. All events with exception of the July 22nd Aaron Crawford performance are free, but please keep in mind that once the parking lot is full, they will be forced to turn folks away. So, arrive early, carpool if you can, and prepare for a night to remember with great food and music… and even better wine!