First COVID-19 and now the Schneider Springs wildfire. Pick your calamity but, either way, the annual Chinook Fest weekend concert at Jim Sprick Community Park has been forced to cancel for the second consecutive year.
Even though the 2020 incarnation of the wildly popular outdoor musical weekend didn't occur this September (I'll bet you can guess why!), fans were still treated to a virtual concert online a few weeks ago. For those that purchased a ticket, a swag bag was sent in appreciation and, I must say, the souvenirs this year are on point!
If you are planning to attend the 8th annual Chinook Music Fest Sept. 6-8, heads-up! Those who only plan on going for one day will need to purchase a parking pass or take the free shuttle to and from Jim Sprick Community Park this year as the parking area is full!
Next weekend, the Nile Valley will be rocked once again as 32 bands from around the Northwest and up and down the left coast will converge on Jim Sprick Community Park for the 2nd annual Chinook Music Festival presented by Liberty Bottle Works.