The 26th Annual Juan de Fuca Festival

Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-27, 2019

Vern Burton Community Center
308 East 4th St.    Port Angeles, WA

The Juan de Fuca Festival is celebrating its 26th anniversary this year.  All four indoor stages are fully booked now!


We think you’ll be intrigued with the new entryway into the Main Stage venue!  We have some excellent design suggestions from Peter Metz!

Our 2019 performers once again represent a wide range of genres and disciplines.    Our Main Stage closers range from the
Mexican-Afro rhythms of Las Cafeteras, Celtic knockout from ArtNW The  Derina Harvey Band, singer -songwriter LeRoy Bell & His Only Friends and Creme Tangerine with everything Beatles Beatles Beatles!

TWENTY new performers will be joining us this year with an enticing array of possibilities that will make you thankful that almost ALL of our performers have two sets over the four days.  Swing, classical guitar, comedy, folk, funk and Americana are all represented.   

And we’ll be welcoming back over a dozen Festival Favorites too!
Of special note:  Poor Man’s Whiskey will do one of their sets as “The Band.”    Ballet Victoria,  Keith Greeninger and Dayan Kai
Jeffrey Martin,   Laura Love with Terry Hunt,   Tony Furtado with Stephanie Schneiderman ,  Whiskey Minstrels/Tiller’s Folly,
Trio Voronezh,   A Little Bit Off,   Whateverly Brothers,  and Birch Pereira and the Gin Joints.

And hometown favorites shouldn’t be missed – David Winters and Kate Powers, Chandra Johnson and the Homeschool Boys,   Ches Ferguson, Twisted Roots, and  Crushwater.

Other features in 2019 include a lively street fair featuring food and artisan booths, an outdoor beer/wine garden, morning  Yoga, and  kids’ activities in our new Community  Tent. Topping it all off is the magical location – nestled between the majestic beauty of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca! There’s something for everyone!

Early Bird #2  tickets for the  2019 Juan de Fuca Festival are ON SALE online (click here) , and at Port Book and News in Port Angeles, and Joyful Noise Music in Sequim