There’s always fun at Bellewood Farms! You’re invited to attend any of our year-round events or create your own—we offer a beautiful venue for your next private party, corporate meeting, wedding, or farm experience. Here’s what’s happening at Bellewood in 2019:
July 26th-September 13th: Farmtunes Concert Series (6-9pm)
Every Friday night from 7/26-9/13 we’ll be featuring different artists from all over the PNW to serenade us at the end of our week. Bring the whole family and enjoy a burger and beer from our country cafe while you sit and relax beneath the summer sky and let the kids roam in the tire garden. While you’re here check out our free tasting room and try our farm made spirits. These concerts are FREE for the community to enjoy!
07/26/19 Mr. and Mrs. Something
Weaving the soulful passion of blues with the honesty of folk, Mr & Mrs Something offer a refreshing taste of hope that feels like coming home. The Seattle-based duo’s sound is organic and genuine—musically with their natural voices and acoustic instrumentation and lyrically by juxtaposing the rawness of life’s struggles with compassion, hope, and love. Filled with rich melodies, smooth harmonies, classy chord progressions, and thoughtful lyrics, their music will make you feel like you’re getting a warm musical hug. http://mrandmrssomething.com/
08/02/19 One Lane Bridge
From Van Zandt in East Whatcom County, One Lane Bridge plays in a variety of styles, from originals to classics, jazz, folk, country, pop and contemporary tunes. Specializing in vocal harmonies, the group often has their own take on familiar songs.
08/09/19 Queens Bluegrass
Hard driving traditional bluegrass with sweet harmonies!
08/16/19 W Lovers
A cultured blend of alt country and Americana that rings of rustic small towns and makes the listener feel warm and at home. Their songs are about love, road trips, moonshine, old towns and rodeos. https://www.thewlovers.com/
08/23/19 Weatherside Whiskey Band
Weatherside Whiskey Band’s five piece alt-country and bluegrass ensemble has been resonating with Pacific Northwest crowds since they stormed the scene with a seven-track EP, “Pickin’ the Pines” in 2012. This “whiskey-swilling roadhouse outfit” is renowned for its down home sound with three-part vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar, percussion, and upright bass. http://www.weathersidewhiskeyband.com/
08/30/19 The Lowest Pair
With their bare-bones instrumentation and country-inspired, heartstring-tugging narratives, The Lowest Pair might be one of the best under-the-radar Americana duos today.https://thelowestpair.com/
09/06/19 Handsome and Gretyl & Moody Bear
Handsome and Gretyl is an upbeat, indie folk pop duo, and a married one at that. Gretyl sings and writes the songs and Handsome, aka Brett, conveniently produces and records them. Their live show is an inviting and fun experience. One H&G supporter said it best- “it’s as if you were just sitting on their front porch, listening”. http://www.handsomeandgretyl.com/
Moody Bear offers melancholic indie vibes accompanied by raw, honest vocals. Frontman and writer, Caleb Jacobson, grew up in the Midwest and moved to the Pacific Northwest 5 years ago. Moody Bear’s music reflects the dynamic range in the Washington mountains and oceans. From dreamy melodies and guitar parts to driving bass and anthemic vocals, Moody Bear delivers a relatable version of the human experience through song. https://www.moodybearmusic.com/
09/13/19 Pickled Okra
Pickled Okra is in an entirely different category of Americana string band. Skirting the edges of many genres, their sound and style is perhaps the child of bluegrass married with funk, reggae, rockabilly, and some other surprises. At the core of it all is the Pickled Okra duo: Todd and Paisley Gray, a charmingly quirky yet well-dressed ol’ married couple. Their intricate harmonies weave together with the high tones of mandolin, and low bellows of the upright bass. Banjo is often added to the mix, and dished out with expertise by one of several renowned local masters. They have gained recognition for delighting audiences throughout the Pacific Northwest, and their recordings have attracted the attention of music industry fixtures as far away as the UK. http://getokra.com
August 17: Corvettes Unlimited Car Show (10am-2pm)
The 22nd annual show and shine. If you like corvettes you won’t want to miss this free show featuring classic, custom and fine stock vehicles.
Fall at Bellewood
On the farm, harvest season is our busiest time of year. We’re tenderly picking our apples and pears and packing them to bring to market, to be enjoyed by you and your family. We love sharing all the goodness with our community.
September 7 — Oct 31: Harvest Festival (8am-5pm)
We’re open daily from 8am-5pm and each weekend 10am-5pm where we have loads of fun activities planned. Our bin train tours the orchard, so you can learn a little more about our farm. Our corn maze and apple cider donuts are always a big hit. Everyone loves walking out to the orchard to pick your own apples and pumpkins.
Christmas at Bellewood
December 1-24: Christmas Tree Lot (8am-5pm)
Plan on getting your tree from Bellewood Farms, grown and cut fresh locally by Alpine Meadows. Beautiful Firs, Nobles, Frasers.
December 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22: Christmas Festival (noon-5pm)
Christmas is always a festive time at Bellewood Farms. Take a free photo with the real Santa, live music, horse-drawn sleigh-rides, caroling, bonfires, smores, hot apple cider and much more.