The Festival at Sandpoint will announce the 2022 lineup in the spring, ringing in its 39th year with two weekends of rock, pop, folk and bluegrass at Sandpoint's War Memorial Field from July 28th through August 7th
Festival at Sandpoint Virtual Wine Auction
Mar 7, 2022 – Mar 12, 2022
Welcome to our second-annual Virtual Wine Auction! This fundraiser supports the Festival at Sandpoint’s mission to make exceptional musicians and great performances accessible to the community. Our non-profit organization is so much more than a music festival. We’re passionate about community education year-round and we partner with other organizations and schools to provide a variety of educational programs to inspire, educate and assist area youth.
We greatly appreciate your attendance and support. We hope you enjoy what we have in store for you!
Vetiver at The Longshot
Sunday, March 20, 2022
6:00 PM 9:30 PM
The Festival at Sandpoint presents an evening with Vetiver at The Longshot on Sunday, March 20th, 2022. Doors will open at 6:30pm and music will begin at 7:30pm. All guests must show proof of vaccination or negative 72-hour PCR test required at the door.
Formed in 2002 in San Francisco, California, and headed by Andy Cabic, the American folk band has since been on extensive tours, opened and collaborated with multiple artists, has been featured on commercials, and worked with a composer for documentaries and films. Vetiver opened for Wilco at The Festival at Sandpoint in 2015 and brings an upbeat indie-folk sound to their stage.
The ability to experience Vetiver in an intimate setting is a musical evening you won't want to miss. Tickets are limited for a band of this caliber, so get your tickets before they're gone! Complete with a bar, snacks, and open to all ages, grab your friends and family and come enjoy amazing live music at The Long Shot!
Here's what you missed in 2021:
St. Paul & The Broken Bones with The Dip
Thursday, July 29, 2021
Jake Owen with Colby Acuff
Friday, July 30, 2021
Shakey Graves with Tre Burt
Saturday, July 31, 2021
Keb’ Mo’ with The Brother Brothers
Sunday, August 1, 2021
Gladys Knight with Sam Tru
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Young the Giant with Biddadat
Friday, August 6, 2021
Village People with Lucas Brookbank Brown
Saturday, August 7, 2021
Here's what you missed in 2019:
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats with special guests Lucius
Walk Off The Earth with Shook Twins
FAMILY CONCERT featuring The Festival Community Orchestra and Studio One Dancers.
Lake Street Dive with Darlingside
The Avett Brothers
Kool & The Gang with Leroy Bell & His Only Friends
Grand Finale: Spokane Symphony with special guest Sybarite5
Spread your blanket on the grass, open your picnic basket and relax on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille to music from Mozart to Led Zeppelin. Sybarite5 is classical music’s most dynamic new ensemble, classically trained to knock your socks off! Complimentary wine tasting before the concert for those 21 and older and a fabulous fireworks display following the show.
Here's what you missed in 2018:
Aug. 2 — Big Head Todd & the Monsters
The Colorado-bred alt-rockers have dabbled in blues, jazz and funk since forming in the late '80s and have developed a fervent following in jam-band circles.
Aug. 3 — Amos Lee
A traditionalist whose smooth, Americana-influenced sound recalls the great singer-songwriters of the '70s, with the occasional tip of the hat to classic R&B.
Aug. 4 — ZZ Top
If you were bummed these bearded southern rock legends canceled their previously scheduled Northern Quest gig, fear not: They'll be taking over Sandpoint with those spinning guitars that made them MTV staples in the '80s.
Aug. 9 — Greensky Bluegrass
This five-piece from Kalamazoo puts a jammy, improv-heavy twist on old-school bluegrass, and the result has brought them some cult adoration.
Aug. 10 — Sublime with Rome
Although they didn't have a hit until after lead singer Bradley Nowell's death, Sublime has since had a long (but bumpy) trajectory, now with frontman Rome Ramirez. They're returning to the area following a Northern Quest gig with the Offspring last July.
Aug. 11 — Phillip Phillips and Gavin DeGraw
A co-headlining show with two adult contemporary favorites: Phillip Phillips is best known for winning the 11th season of American Idol and Gavin DeGraw for early 2000s hits like "I Don't Want to Be" and "Chariot."
Beyond those headliners, there will be a family concert on Aug. 5, which features music from the Festival Community Orchestra alongside carnival-style attractions, and the annual fireworks-finale performance by the Spokane Symphony closes things out on Aug. 12.
The clear pristine waters of our many lakes and its tributaries provide ample opportunities to paddle your way through North Idaho’s waterways in a canoe or kayak and let the “quiet” speak to your soul. No matter where you are in North Idaho, you're surrounded by hundreds of lakes, rivers or streams, making the opportunities to head out in a kayak or canoe almost endless.