Stroll through the heart of Oregon wine country and immerse yourself in great vino and laid-back vibes. Start at one of many locations downtown and stroll all the way through Dundee for food, drinks and music.
Vino and Vibes Dundee’s Third Thursday is an open-to-all event, inviting the public to revel in the laid-back ambiance and support local businesses in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Explore the downtown corridor of Dundee on Thursday, Aug. 17 for 14 participating wineries, 13 artists, live music at nine locations, 4 spots to grab a bite, 1 ice cream cart and 1 lemonade stand.
- Dobbes Family Estate will play host to live music by Douglas Allen, wine country’s favorite mexican food truck – Los Kopitos, and an interactive art experience for adults and children by Lyrical Painting Art
- Alit Wines will host local painter E Paquette Art along with vocalist Sarah Vitort (of Fox & Bones)
- Argyle Winery will host musician Tiffany Bird as well as artist Joan Chamberlain
- Red Hills Market will be doing their famous Tap Takeovers with Boneyard Brewing on-site and live music by Will Kinky as well as a ceramics pop up by March 14 Ceramics
- Potcake Cellars will have live music outdoors as well as wine tasting specials
- Dundee Bistro will host violin and viola musicians Noelle & Finn as well as offering samples of their house made ice cream and dining and beverage specials. Additionally, they will be featuring abstract artists Carissa Kern and Deanna Schuerbeke.
- The Dundee Hotel — a Trace property — is going to host the ice cream food cart called Serendipity Two, pours by Burton Bittman Wines, as well as artists Sarah Rikaz Creative Art & Christiane Payton
- Le Cadeau Vineyard will host the artistic works of Angelina Octavia Art in their tasting room
- West End Pop Up (formerly Cougar Crest in Walla Walla) at The Dundee Hotel will have pop ups by Valley Flour pastries, sachet making activities by Little Lavender Farm, live music by Marcus Hopkins, the work of Flower & Bone as well as Pinot Pursuit wine tours.
- Tipsu Palach Park will be the place where guests can pick up bingo cards and an illustrated map of the downtown festivities. There will also be wine glasses, T-shirts and tasting passports available for purchase.
Adding to the festivities, the Family Zone – outside of Dundee’s fire station – will provide endless entertainment for all ages, featuring bubbles, chalk art, face painting and a lemonade stand.
For those who prefer not to walk, a free shuttle will be available, offering convenient transportation from one end of town to the other, with one stop in the middle. Visitors can park at The Dundee Hotel on the west end or the Dundee Bistro, Argyle, or the fire station.