*POP-UP* IN A LANDSCAPE event at Tetherow in Bend, Oregon
Due to the Bootleg Fire, we had to cancel the IN A LANDSCAPE concert at PLAYA in Summer Lake on July 24. To help mitigate our financial losses, Tetherow is graciously hosting this pop-up concert on their magnificent property. The performance will take place at the back of the driving range, with the dramatic Cascade Range and sunset to the west.
IN A LANDSCAPE is proud to partner with Tetherow — Oregon’s first Audubon International Signature Sanctuary — because of their commitment to preserving the natural landscape and sustainable practices.
Please join us for this DONATION-BASED event this Saturday, July 24, 2021 7:00pm. Donate the cost of a regular ticket, or more, to help us off-set the loss of ticket revenue from our cancelled concert in Summer Lake, along with our previously cancelled concert at Cottonwood Canyon State Park due to extreme heat.
Founded in 2016 by classical pianist Hunter Noack, IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild is a 501(c)3 non-profit outdoor concert series where America’s most stunning landscapes replace the traditional concert hall. We bring a 9-foot Steinway grand piano on a flatbed trailer to National Parks, urban green spaces, working ranches, farms, and historical sites for classical music concerts that connect people with each landscape.
To meet the acoustical challenges of performing in the wild, music is transmitted to concert-goers via wireless headphones. No longer confined to seats, you can explore the landscape, wander through secret glens, lie in sunny meadows, and roam old growth forests.
Tickets for this special pop-up event are free with a suggested donation of $30 or more. If you need assistance in purchasing tickets, email our ticketing office at firstname.lastname@example.org
The use of IAL headphones is included with your registration. Pick up your reserved, sanitized headset at our registration desk and enjoy the original audio experience.
No chairs will be provided. Please bring low-back chairs. (maximum measurements: 33″ from top of chair to ground, 8″ from seat of chair to ground.). Those with high-back chairs will be asked to sit on the outer edges to avoid blocking the view of those behind you.
CONCERT SPONSORS & PARTNERS
From Bend, head south on SW Century Drive towards Mt. Bachelor. Look for the entrance to Tetherow approximately 1.7 miles past the SW Mt Washington Drive and SW Century Drive roundabout.
Limited parking is available at Tetherow. Please come with your friends and carpool!
Please arrive at Tetherow Resort 30-60 minutes prior to concert time in order to reach the site, check in, and get your headphones prior to start time. The walk is about 300 yards over uneven terrain to the concert site. The path is not a typical walkway and is not appropriate for the mobile impaired.
No pets allowed. Please leave your furry friends at home.
FOOD & DRINK
A cash bar will be available near the concert site. Guests are welcome to bring a picnic and non-alcoholic beverages. No outside alcohol will be allowed. All Tetherow restaurants are open so come early and enjoy a meal!
Restrooms will be available.
Smoking is prohibited at all times. FIRE DANGER IS VERY REAL, and we acknowledge this with the utmost seriousness. Help us keep the area safe!
The walk to the concert site is about 300 yards. The path is not a typical walkway and is not appropriate for the mobile impaired. Please let us know if you will need special accommodations. The concert site is on the driving range so please wear flat, appropriate shoes.
Cell coverage on Oregon’s rural roads and in remote concert locations is unpredictable. Please be aware that you may not have a signal in all locations. Please print or download directions before you leave.
EXTREME WEATHER /CANCELLATION
This is a rain or shine event. We encourage guests to bring rain protection as needed. In the case of extreme weather or severe smoke, IAL will cancel by 9am the day of the performance and notify all ticketed patrons.
COVID-19 REFUND POLICY
IN A LANDSCAPE will adhere to restrictions put in place by the local State and County. If the concert is cancelled due to updated COVID-19 restrictions, all guests will receive a full refund.