Willamina’s Old-School music festival is a fundraiser benefit for West Valley Community Campus (WVCC), a non-profit organization working to revitalize the former Willamina Union High School, built in 1939 by the Works Progress Administration. Their goal is to create a community campus dedicated to art, music and culture for the benefit of citizens in the West Valley area.
We hope to start an annual tradition with a Saturday night of music so spectacular that everyone has to stick around until the next day to get back down to earth! Indoor tent camping is available in the huge gymnasium and there’s plenty of room for RVs and trailers in the campus parking lot. There will be local food and beverages available for purchase and some fun things for the kids to do. We’ll also be offering breakfast (and music) on Sunday morning! All of the festivities will be held under one roof, so let’s celebrate, rain-or-shine!
With many of the same volunteers that work hard to bring you Wildwood MusicFest in July, we will maintain the same family friendly vibe and dedication to quality music that you experience there. For this event, Wildwood Hotel, Wildwood MusicFest and Great Northwest Productions are teaming up to help WVCC raise the much needed funds to complete their planned projects. We hope that participants will return to the music festival every year to see what they have helped create, as more and more of the expansive building is put back into regular use with their exciting plans.
Some AMAZING MUSICIANS have joined forces with us to help make the West Valley Community Campus everything we dream it can be for this area. We hope you’ll join us by purchasing tickets for what’s sure to be a fantastic weekend of “old-school” fun! If you’d like to help out but aren’t able to attend, we will be displaying the names (alumni wink,wink) of the honarary ticket holders who cannot attend in person but are eager to support.
TICKET QUANTITIES AND SALE DATES ARE LIMITED, so get yours while they last and start feeling really good about playing a part in the revitalization of this beautiful, historic space in Willamina, Oregon. 100% of proceeds are given to the WVCC.