Timber! Outdoor

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Returning July 2017, Timber! Outdoor Music Festival is an annual summer event that works to unite music, community and the beautiful natural environment of the Pacific Northwest.

Timber! Outdoor Music Festival showcases some of Artist Home’s favorite local and national acts in beautiful Carnation, WA. This family-friendly event features kids’ entertainment during the day, as well as free outdoor activities like led hikes, kayaking, paddle boarding, mountain biking, and more. Plus, you may find yourself at a secret show or stargazing with some of the most knowledgeable astronomy buffs in the PNW.

Timber! Alumni

We’re big fans of every single band that has performed at Timber! Outdoor Music Festival. Here’s a list of the incredibly talented folks we’ve been lucky enough to feature on our stages.
  • Langhorne Slim & the Law
  • Telekinesis
  • A Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival by The Moondoggies & The Maldives
  • Deep Sea Diver
  • Jesse Sykes & the Sweethereafter
  • Chastity Belt
  • Jason Webley
  • The Moondoggies
  • Lemolo
  • Ravenna Woods with Seattle Kokon Taiko
  • The Maldives
  • Karl Blau
  • MASZER
  • Acapulco Lips
  • Animal Eyes
  • Sundries
  • Blood Squad
  • Delvon Lamar Organ Trio
  • John Dillon
  • Travis Thompson
  • Paris Alexa
  • Carson McHone
  • The Dead Milkmen
  • Beat Connection
  • La Luz
  • David Bazan
  • Tacocat
  • The Head and the Heart
  • Alela Diane
  • Shaprece
  • Cahalen Morrison & Eli West
  • Tomo Nakayama
  • Grace Love & the True Loves
  • Lonesome Shack
  • Gibraltar
  • The Hoot Hoots
  • Naked Giants
  • Evening Bell
  • Bigfoot Wallace & His Wicked Sons
  • Talkative
  • Tom Eddy
  • Yves
  • Emma Lee Toyoda
  • Derek Sheen
  • Bri Pruett
  • Evan Morrison
  • Recess Monkey
  • Eli Rosenblatt
  • Charles Bradley
  • J Mascis
  • Damien Jurado
  • Rocky Votolato
  • Seattle Rock Orchestra
  • Horse Feathers
  • Cumulus
  • Grynch
  • Eldridge Gravy & the Court Supreme
  • Smokey Brights
  • The Physics
  • The Comettes
  • Benjamin Verdoes
  • The Shivas
  • Lonesome Shack
  • Denver
  • Tea Cozies
  • 1939 Ensemble
  • Hounds of the Wild Hunt
  • Fauna Shade
  • Mikey & Matty
  • Rockwell Powers
  • Julia Massey & the 5 Finger Discount
  • Postmadonna
  • Calico
  • Shumba Marimba Ensemble
  • Eli Rosenblatt
  • Mikey Mike the Rad Scientist
  • The Helio Sequence
  • Fruit Bats
  • Quasi
  • Noah Gundersen
  • Lemolo
  • Bryan John Appleby
  • Zoe Muth & the Lost High Rollers
  • Kithkin
  • Hobosexual
  • Ivan & Alyosha
  • Baltic Cousins
  • S (Jenn Ghetto)
  • Avians Alight
  • Vikesh Kapoor
  • Pablo Trucker
  • Ten-Speed Music
  • Passenger String Quartet
  • Jacob Miller & the Bridge City Crooners
  • Ben Fisher
  • Nu Klezmer Army

Kind Words

We love what we do, and we’re always excited to hear that our attendees had a blast. Here’s a short roundup of some of the nice things people have said about us.

Since it began, Timber’s ambition has not been to bowl you over with name-brand headliners, omnipresent corporate sponsors or arena-sized stage production. Instead it aims to provide an accessible, easygoing experience by putting music and nature side by side and letting human curiosity do the rest. This is Zen and the Art of Music Festing: Clear away distraction to reveal the latent joy at the intersection of good music and the great outdoors.

-Jonathan Zwickel, “Timber Achieves Apotheosis,” City Arts Magazine

Timber is just about the most pleasant festival experience a body could ask for … Timber is thoughtfully curated, from a diverse lineup, to a bevy of fun non-musical diversions, right down to very tasty and affordable local food and drink options. These folks are passionate about providing a space where each attendee, and each artist, can truly relax and enjoy. And, the fest is full of families and kids, yet also offers plenty of adult enjoyment. This is a discerning music lovers’ event.

-Isaac Kaplan-Woolner, “Timber! Outdoor Music Festival Stands Tall Above Corporate Giants,” Seattle Music Insider

As the sun set Saturday on the second and final night of Timber! Outdoor Music Festival and a throng of humanity pushed toward the stage, dancing with abandon, it was clear the festival’s inaugural run had been a tremendous success.

-Owen R. Smith, “Timber! Outdoor Music stands tall its first year,” Seattle Times

What was apparent Saturday wasn’t anger, but joy. The band members looked like they were having a blast.

-Owen R. Smith, “The Dead Milkmen deliver joy to Timber! festival Saturday,” Seattle Times