Great Northwest Music Tour

For over a decade our musical caravan has
rolled through our historic properties, presenting national
and regional artists to all-ages audiences.

For well over a decade, the Great Northwest Music Tour has blazed a fresh musical trail of talent to our historic properties. Having hosted such acts as The Avett Brothers, Greensky Bluegrass and Deer Tick, we’re now rolling out the names of our 2020 lineup at a break-neck pace. Keep an eye on this page and start saving dates - these Tours are famous for creating “I saw them when” moments!
The Tour runs monthly from March through November. There is no admission charge to the festivities, and our unique venues offer food, handcrafted beverages and a cozy place to bed down after the last note is played. Every show is an opportunity to visit our hotels and enjoy their offerings, anchored by music from some of the finest regional and national acts. Bring your friends and family and jam to a different artist every Tour!
We've run well over a hundred of these no-cover, all-ages Tours through our hotel properties - join us as we toast hundreds more to come.

Earlier 2020 tours

May tour is postponed; new dates to be announced.
The Time Has Come Revue (Moonalice + T Sisters + The New Chambers Brothers)
The "Once Upon A Time" Moonalice ethos runs deep through the veins of this star studded, iconic rock band, 1000+ shows later, continuing to evolve, grow and expand their musical presence. Legends in their own right, Full Moonalice adds lead singer of the 1960s soul-rock group The Chambers Brothers Lester Chambers, his electrifyingly soulful son Dylan Chambers and refreshing, sassy and captivating trio the T Sisters to the roster. The five additional members make for a 10-piece variety show that “take audiences on a mind-bending musical journey through the sound of the ‘60s.”
Artist website

April tour is postponed; new dates to be announced.
Maxwell Friedman is living proof that some musicians are "born with it." At a young age, Friedman’s tasteful yet ferociously inspired keyboard playing and compositions are already becoming legendary. In 2018, he launched The Maxwell Friedman Group, featuring bassist Mark Karwan, drummer Connor Streeter and guitarist Gabe "Brother Gabe" Johnson. The band delivers what Friedman likes to call “inspired neo-jazz funk soul fusion,” and he not only has shown a maturity beyond his years, but also continues to write and create like there’s no tomorrow.
Artist website

March 5 through 12
Originally from Oregon, Nashville-based husband and wife duo Cloverdayle have been bringing their brand of country music to the masses in a grassroots way. Their move to Music City USA was not in search of fame, fortune or record deals, but with one overriding goal - to push themselves as songwriters. So they've written, lived and toured, pulling from real life experiences and performing the soundtrack of their lives. Their engaging live shows and regular hilarity have caught the attention in Nashville and country-wide.
Artist website