Twelve high-caliber groups will heat up the Florence Events Center on January 27, 28 and 29, 2023, with some hot bluegrass, heartwarming new and traditional folk, and foot-stompin’ Americana during the 20th annual Florence Winter Music Festival.
Those who plan ahead can save up to $20 on two- and three-day passes, and $5 on individual day passes. Early bird pricing is good through July 14. Advance ticket discounts are good July 15 to August 31; and regular ticket prices begin September 1, 2022, and are available until the last day of the festival.
Specifically, the three-day pass, good for all performances on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are $129/139/$149 for early bird/advance/regular price packages respectively. Two-day passes for Friday and Sunday are $99/109/119. A two-day pass combining Friday and Saturday, or Saturday and Sunday, is $60/70/75. All single-day performances for Friday evening, Saturday night, or Sunday are $40/45/50 for the early bird/advance/regular prices. Saturday afternoon’s session tickets are $35/40/45.
The Florence Winter Music Festival includes a free Community Concert on Friday, presented from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. by Oregon Pacific Bank at their Florence office. The show features Saturday Night performer Jake Blount. This is a first come, first seated, space limited event.
A complete festival overview, with artist profiles and early ticket discounts, is available at WinterMusicFestival.org.
The weekend also offers workshops by some of the performers on songwriting, guitar skills, and jamming (separate admission for non-concertgoers). Free, dedicated on-site jamming space is available beginning at noon on Friday and 1:00 on both Saturday and Sunday.