Portland’s Windfest going on this weekend

Posted at 5:30 PM, Apr 12, 2019

Windfest 2019

If you love music and good food, you are in luck. It’s time for the annual Windfest Festival in Portland.

Windfest, Portland’s largest annual event, is back. The three-day festival features live music, carnival rides, games, a marketplace,  parade, chili, beans and rib cook off, horseshoe tournament, washer tournament, Dachshund Dash & “All Dog” Costume Parade, and children’s activities.

Windfest 2019 is being held on April 12-14 at Portland Community Center, 2000 Billy G. Webb Drive in Portland.

The 46 annual festival that was originally called “Portland Frontier Festival” then renamed “Portland WindFest”, will feature last season’s winner of NBC’s talent show “The Voice,” Sundance Head, who will headline Friday night, April 12.

Also performing are Jagertown, Cristina Amaro Selena Tribute and Earth to Mars, a Bruno Mars tribute band.

Comedian Steve Trevino will emcee the three-day event, with proceeds from this historic festival going towards helping area non-profit organizations.
Friday, April 12 6:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Saturday, April 13 11:00 AM to 11:30 PM
Sunday, April 14 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Festival Admission: $15 for a 3 Day Wristband-$5 Daily Wristband-Children 12 & Under Free.

Carnival Admission (does not include festival gate entry): Thursday 6-9 PM $20-Friday 6-11:30 PM $20-Saturday 11 AM-6 PM$20-All Day Saturday $25-Sunday Noon-6 PM$20

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