Clear Summer Nights Concert

Clear Summer Nights Concerts lets you experience some of the biggest names in the music business in one of the most intimate outdoor venues in Bend. These concerts are held at The Athletic Club of Bend courtyard.  This provides concert-goers with an up close and personal experience with each musician and amazing sound.  The first 2018 Summer Night Concert will feature Chris Isaak (surf/rockabilly crooner).  Isaak is a platinum selling artist, singer, songwriter and band leader.  He is renowned for his stellar songwriting; smooth, dusky baritone (and tender falsetto that will alert your dog); and effortless brand of stylish retro-cool.  You can enjoy the concert for $49 or come earlier for a fantastic dinner by Bistro 28- dinner/concert tickets are $89.

Famous Navajo Painter, Jason Parrish

Award-winning Navajo artist Jason Parrish will be at Raven Makes Gallery in Sisters. There will be an Artist reception Friday evening, 4-7.  ason’s paintings reflect the Navajo world during the period of 1890 – 1945, in a unique style of minimalism within contemporary realism.  Friday through Sunday, April 27-29, presentation and discussion Saturday, 2-3 pm.

High Valley

Smolich Motors Summer Concerts bring you the multi-award winning hot new country band, High Valley.  They will be performing at Oregon Distillers on June 16th at 6pm.  Doors open at 5pm.  This family band has taken Nashville by storm.  Their positive upbeat country music is both old-fashioned and modern at the same time.  They have already scored six Top 10 songs and were the Canadian CMA “Best Band of the Year”.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see them in a small warm and friendly venue in Bend.

Volcanic Bike & Brew Festival

Back for the fourth straight summer, Mt Bachelor presents the Volcanic Bike & Brew Festival at Mt. Bachelor! This year, Race Cascadia will host the Mt. Bachelor Volcanic Enduro Race, where athletes will test their biking skills on some of the toughest terrain Mt. Bachelor has to offer. This race will serve as a bonus for the Cascadia Dirt Cup and can be used toward CDC series points.. Numerous vendors will bring great beer and food, gear to demo, this year’s products for all to enjoy. It’s a great weekend for locals and visiting mountain bike enthusiasts to get away for a weekend!

Come out for free bike demos, live music, and vendors, all located in the West Village Base Area.

Visit the Beer Garden for brews, your favorite BBQ foods and the best view of the Skills Park all weekend long.

Registration for the first annual Mt. Bachelor Volcanic Enduro presented by Race Cascadia is now live. Go reserve your spot before they are all gone!


Sunriver Solstice Tennis Tournament

Sunriver Solstice Tennis Tournament is the longest running family tennis tournament in Sunriver.  This eleventh season event takes place on the weekend of June 15-17 at the North Courts in Sunriver.  Spectators are welcome.  Check out the website for registration info.

  • Junior Intermediate
    The USTA-sanctioned Junior Challenger includes singles and doubles. Format is best of three no-ad sets with tie-breaker in lieu of third set. Juniors 15 and older are eligible to play in the adult tournament, however, juniors WILL NOT be able to play in both the adult and junior tournaments this year.
  • Adult NTRP (Non-Ranking)

        Singles: Men’s and Women’s 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, Open plus Men’s 4.5
        Doubles: Men’s and Women’s Combined 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, Open 
        Mixed Combined: 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, Open

Brian Copeland

Brian Copeland has cultivated a unique brand of catchy and lyrical guitar-pop. Born in Iowa City and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Copeland draws on a planet of inspiration ranging from a loving family and unwavering friendships to quirky Portland encounters and spectacular Cascadian scenes. Built on honest themes andexperiences, his music engages a wide range of listeners from all walks of life.

Deschutes Demolition

This year’s fourth annual Deschutes Demolition competition at The Village at Sunriver will showcase two member teams of male/male and female/female athletes in Rx, Scaled and Masters divisions. Cash prizes awarded for Rx, trophies for Scaled/Masters. Heats will be determined by registration; teams registering first have the benefit of competing last in heats.

The event is open to all level of athletes over the age of 18. All athletes are encouraged to familiarize themselves with different fitness domains; more specifically to have some exposure to CrossFit-style workouts and powerlifting. The Rx division includes all powerlifting, bodyweight, and gymnastic movements. Scaled and Masters division will include lighter weight and less advanced movements than Rx.

All athletes will be required to sign a waiver. Athlete registration begins March 1st at To join this year’s team of event volunteers and judges contact Kyra at

Soft Opening

Yay!  The Annual Soft Opening of the SHARC’s Outdoor Aquatics will happen the weekend of May 19-20.  You can enjoy all the outdoor activity the SHARC offers for only $5 and 3 cans of food.  What a deal!!   The canned food drive benefits the Sunriver Care and Share program.  Outdoor Aquatics will be open from 12pm-4pm, so come by and get the summer started with a little fun at SHARC!

Entry Fee: 3 cans of food and $5

My Own Two Hands

My Own Two Hands (MOTH) is a regional celebration of the arts and primary fundraiser for the music & arts programs of Sisters Folk Festival, Inc.  Each year a theme is selected to inspire artists to create and donate a piece of art to be sold at the benefit auction in support of music and arts programming in the Sisters schools and community.

Sisters students and the entire community participate. The kick-off is the Community Parade on Friday at 4pm with students from all three schools displaying their art.

Donated artwork is displayed on Friday evening 4-7pm in participating businesses during the My Own Two Hands Art Stroll. Many stroll locations feature live music.

The Community Arts Celebration on Friday night features a free concert at The Belfry at 7:30pm and a slideshow of all the donated artwork.

On Saturday evening, the Art Auction and Party is the highlight of the weekend with a silent auction, fast-paced live auction plus an upbeat band, all in an exceptionally funky and creative setting.

Hang On The Belle, Nellie

Sunriver Stars presents “Hang On The Bell, Nellie”.  This comedic melodrama has all the fun of booing the villain and cheering the heroine. There are several lines of interaction with the audience providing much humor and reaction.  Buy your tickets early as this production will sell out quickly.  Performances will take place at The Door in the Sunriver Business Park.

Show Dates:
May 10 – 7:00 PM
May 11 – 7:00 PM
May 12 – 3:00 PM
May 18 – 7:00 PM
May 19 – 3:00 PM
@The Door, Sunriver Business Park