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First Annual

June 21-23rd - Prosser, WA

Music in the heart of WA wine country! Enjoy delicious wine, rocking tunes, and tasty treats in beautiful Prosser WA during this festival weekend. 

  • Free music all weekend long at participating wineries. (full itinerary coming soon)

  • Headliner show on Saturday featuring large stage in the middle of Vintner's Village with Jesse Dayton and special guests, Great American Trainwreck.

  • Stay & play in Prosser - Prosser is home to a wide variety of overnight accommodations - Airbnb, RV camping, nation-wide hotel chains, and boutique inns. Click here to explore accommodation options.

  • Hungry? Great! Downtown Prosser's charming streets are home to local-owned restaurants featuring everything from sushi to BBQ. Many of our wineries also offer food - from small plates to fine-dining.

  • Explore the agricultural history of Prosser as the "birthplace of WA wine" by visiting area wineries, the Benton County Museum and other unique daytime excursions like the Prosser Farmer's Market, area fruit-stands, and alpaca farms!

  • Shop! Prosser has boutique stores, antique shops, bakeries, and more!

Enjoy it all during this weekend in June as we usher in Summer with great music and delicious wine!
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Jesse Dayton

with Great American Trainwreck

June 22, 2024  |  6-10 p.m. | Vintner's Village

You don’t want to miss this headliner event! Featuring grammy-nominated Jesse Dayton from Austin, Texas. Jesse Dayton is an American musician, actor, and record producer who is best known for his guitar contributions to albums by country musicians including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson.

Great American Trainwreck is full of outlaw country, bluegrass, and northwest music that combines melodic riffs, thoughtful lyrics, and heavenly harmonies to define their progressive approach to traditional genres.

Music starts at 7 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.! Local wine & beer are available, food trucks on-site, family-friendly (free entrance for 13 & under!). The ticket price is $35 and does not include seating - bring blankets and chairs for your comfort!