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In A Landscape

When:
September 8, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2018-09-08T18:00:00-07:00
2018-09-08T19:30:00-07:00
Where:
Fort Rock
Fort Rock State Park
Fort Rock Road, Fort Rock, OR 97735
USA
Cost:
$0 - $25
Contact:
Event Brite

Celebrate the 91st annual Fort Rock Homesteaders reunion with IN A LANDSCAPE as Hunter Noack performs live on a nine-foot Steinway concert grand piano in the center of the caldera at Fort Rock. Thank you to the Central Oregon Visitors Association, Sunriver Music Festival, Fort Rock Valley Historical Society, David Brown, Lake County Cultural Coalition, and NewSun Energy for their sponsorship of this event.

Tickets are required to reserve headsets, though the event can also be enjoyed free of charge without a headset.

Fort Rock is a 4500-foot-tall volcanic ring located on an ancient dry lake bed in Lake County, Oregon. The nearby community of Fort Rock was established in 1908 and you can still visit the general store built over 100 years ago at the local Fort Rock Homestead Village Museum. Along with Silver Lake, Fort Rock is one of two remaining homestead-era communities in the area. See Travel Oregon’s coverage of this unique Oregon landscape and traveler tips on TripAdvisor.

*Please bring your own chairs or desert-friendly blankets to this event and warm clothing as the evenings become cool. We also suggest that you bring personal flashlights or lanterns for walking back to the parking area.*

If you can’t make it but still want to support IN A LANDSCAPE’s programs to bring classical music to rural Oregon, click here.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Wear warm clothing, as the evenings become cool.

Be prepared to hike! The concert is a 0.6 mile hike from the parking lot on an unpaved, uneven surface. Wear hiking shoes and bring a walking stick. There will be some concert lighting, but we suggest you bring personal flashlights or lanterns for walking back to the parking area.

DURATION

IN A LANDSCAPE is a 70-minute outdoor classical music concert.

TRANSPORTATION / PARKING OPTIONS?

The venue is a 40-minute drive from Hwy 97 at the OR-31 turnoff south of LaPine. From OR-31 South. Turn left onto Country Road 5-10, Once you reach the town of Fort Rock, take a left on Cabin Lake Road and then a left onto County Road 5-11 (Cow Cave Ln.) then right to Fort Rock State Park. There is a parking lot at the park with facilities. And don’t forget, it is a 15-minute hike to the concert.

OUTSIDE FOOD & DRINK PERMITTED?

Yes. There are picnic tables near the parking area. LaPine has grocery, gas, and convenience store options.

**It may be HOT! Bring your water bottle.**

ARE CHAIRS PROVIDED?

No. Please bring chairs or heavy desert­ friendly blankets.

SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATIONS?

Camping is available at the nearby Rockhorse Park, 74543 OR-31, Fort Rock, OR 97735. phone: 541-576-2488. The closest hotel options are Silver Lake Mercantile & Hotel, 26m S and Christmas Valley Desert Inn, 32m SE, or Lakeside Terrace.

 

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