Back by popular demand, Samson Estates Winery in Everson will again host its summer concert series. Bands will perform in their pavilion, where you can enjoy the performances surrounded by the winery’s berry fields. Seating is limited in the pavilion, but there’s ample room on the manicured lawn to take in the show — feel free to bring chairs or lay out a blanket. Be sure to show up hungry to the concert, as each one features one of Whatcom County’s favorite food trucks.

Whatcom County band Still Kick’n will be the first band to play in the Samson Estates Winery pavilion this summer. Photo courtesy Samson Estates Winery

As always, Samson Estates will pour their award-winning wines. Some not-to-miss favorites are the 2020 Columbia Valley Riesling, which won Best in Class at the East Meets West Challenge, the Oro Hazelnut dessert wine, which won Double Gold at the 2021 Bellingham Northwest Wine Festival, and the Cassis Black Currant dessert wine, which won gold at the 2021 Sunset International Wine Competition and gold at the 2021 Texas International Wine Competition. In addition, they’ll have a wide variety of other wines for your sipping pleasure, along with a selection of beers, seltzers, and ciders.

The summer concert series begins on June 18th, 2022 and runs through August 13th, 2022.

Still Kick’n: June 18th 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Still Kick’n has been rocking out in Whatcom County for twenty-five years. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes, as their lineup of classic rock songs are sure to get you moving. Food truck WTF Where’s The Food? will be there to ensure you don’t go hungry. Their menu includes seafood, burgers, chicken in a variety of ways, and fries.

Whatcom County band Still Kick’n plays classic rock. Photo courtesy Samson Estates Winery

Marc-Urban Cowboy & D-nice: June 25th 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Whatcom county Based Marc Urban Cowboy and D-nice will play modern country and classic rock. This local duo is known for playing venues around Whatcom County. Burnt Ends Barbecue from Lynden will serve up barbecue favorites and classic sides.

Marc-Urban Cowboy and D-nice from Whatcom County play modern country and classic rock. Photo courtesy Samson Estates Winery

Flashback Nation: July 9th 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Coming to Samson Estates Winery from the Seattle East side, Flashback Nation has been playing together for the last eight years. They play high-energy, feel-good rock and dance music from the classics to modern favorites. The Whatcom County staple Cicchetti’s Pizza will be there, serving up the family’s classic New York-style pizza.

From Seattle’s east side, Flashback nation plays rock and dance music. Photo courtesy Samson Estates Winery

Baby Cakes: July 17th 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Baby Cakes has been getting people moving since New Years’ Eve, 2014. The Bellingham-based group plays a combination of American Soul, Funk, and R&B. This group of ten musicians has won local awards for their crowd-pleasing performances. The food for this show is TBD.

Bellingham-based Baby Cakes plays soul, funk, and R&B. Photo courtesy Samson Estates Winery

Joe Harkness: August 13th 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Joe Harkness is a country singer who plays classic country music. Take advantage of the opportunity to see him locally, as he will soon be taking his talents to Nashville. WTF Where’s The Food? will once again be serving food, so you will have the chance to get your favorite menu item or try something new.

Everson’s Joe Harkness plays classic country. Photo courtesy Samson Estates Winery

All concerts cost $5 per person. To buy tickets ahead of time or for more information, please visit www.samsonestates.com/tickets-1 or call 360 -966-7787 with any questions.

Samson Estates Winery is located at 1861 Van Dyk Road in Everson, Washington. They are open Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., for tastings. Updates on events and other happenings can be found on their Facebook page.

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