Big name music artists are taking over the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center on the fourth weekend in July for a three-day festival. Covering genres of folk, country, blues, rock and soul, the FairWell Festival
will host 36 artists across three stages.
On Friday, July 21, Turnpike Troubadours, the gritty roots rock band, will headline the night. Additional performances include Gary Clark Jr., Morgan Wade, The Infamous Stringdusters, Charles Wesley Godwin, The Brook & The Bluff and Wyatt Flores.
On Saturday, July 22, country-folk singer-songwriter Zach Bryan is the big name of the night. Bryan has over 14 million monthly listeners on Spotify and over 300 million streams on his heartfelt hit, "Something in the Orange." Additional performances include Sheryl Crow, Trampled By Turtles, Charley Crockett, Band of Horses, Lucius, Rayland Baxter, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Amigo The Devil, Stephen Wilson Jr. and Trousdale.
On Sunday, July 23, the old-time legend Willie Nelson & Family will take the main stage. Additional music artists include Mt. Joy, Yola, Luke Grimes, Shane Smith & The Saints, Abraham Alexander, 49 Winchester, Bella White, Calder Allen, Y La Bamba, Crayton Farley, Abby Anderson, Haley Heynderickx, AJ Lee & Blue Summit and Caitlyn Rose.
"FairWell Festival celebrates its native Oregon spirit by bringing fans a range of locally sourced culinary options such as a craft beer hall, an exceptional wine experience with a curated selection, and an array of cuisine from local favorites, as well as unique fan experiences including a local craft market, fairground attractions, and more," said the FairWell Festival lineup press release.