Timbrrr! Winter

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Created as the winter counterpart to the very successful Timber! Outdoor Music Festival, Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival is two days/nights of music and wintertime fun in scenic Leavenworth, WA.mainPic3-1

Timbrrr! Alumni

Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival has seen some incredibly performances over the past several years. Here’s a list of all of the artists who have helped us rock Leavenworth, WA.
  • Strand of Oaks
  • Fruit Bats
  • Grace Love & the True Loves
  • Iska Dhaaf
  • Hibou
  • The Young Evils
  • Industrial Revelation
  • Benjamin Verdoes
  • Lee Bob & the Truth
  • Mindie Lind
  • St Paul De Vence
  • Bed.
  • Fine Prince
  • Squirrel Butter
  • Lydia Ramsey
  • Red Fang
  • Sol
  • Deep Sea Diver
  • Hobosexual
  • AAN
  • Prom Queen
  • Bellamaine
  • Legs
  • Sisters Courtney Marie Andrews
  • Dude York
  • The Banner Days
  • Planes on Paper
  • ADD ODE
  • Hey Marseilles
  • Telekinesis
  • The Moondoggies
  • Radiation City
  • The Lonely Forest
  • Wild Ones
  • You Me & Apollo
  • Cataldo
  • Joseph Giant
  • Kevin Long
  • Lotte Kestner
  • Hannalee
  • Temple Echoes
  • Barna Howard

Kind Words

We want everyone who comes to Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival to have a blast, and we’re always thrilled to see people write nice things about us. Here are some choice kind words about our winter festival.

One of the best stage effects ever is to put the mic and drum kit in front of a sweeping mountainous view. There’s something about tall peaks and alpine air that lifts the outdoor music experience “a little bit higher now.”

-Troy Hawks, “12 Rocking Ski Town Music Fests,” Huffington Post

Two days and nights of revelry and music with some frigid temps and snowy peaks thrown in … Other cold-season perks: Hot-toddy happy hours at the Festhalle, discounts on Stevens Pass lift tickets, four hours of highly competitive “Leisure Games”—including cornhole, tether toss, and giant Jenga—and way more than enough beer, brats, and ye olde Bavarian font to keep the tourists happy.

-Sara Bernard, “The Pick List,” Seattle Weekly