What a weekend! The sixth annual Watershed Music Festival packed in a hardy crowd that didn't let temperatures in the 100-degree range get in the way of a good party. As the sun set on the Gorge Amphitheatre Sunday, thousands cheered the final acts that closed out the three-day festival.
Sure, it's hot. But few of the thousands of sweating, cheering country fans who've been packed in the Gorge Amphitheatre for the past two days enjoying the 2017 Watershed Music Festival are complaining.
Jack Ingram is throwing a concert at Perham Hall at the old warehouse in Zillah on Sunday, Aug. 13, and we have your tickets! We also have your chance to win VIP passes, which include meet-and-greet passes.
Back in the day when I was doing a country concert a week, I met quite a few of the genre's biggest names -- Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Brad Paisley, Clint Black and more. But, there is one that I will never forget and I am so glad that I got his signature on my bandanna.
Shane Smith brought his Saints, and some of Yakima's best sinners showed up to listen Thursday night. And with perfect weather and amiable crowd, North Front Street felt like heaven for the second program of the 2017 Downtown Summer Nights season...