You’ll find multiple intimate but spectacular outdoor performance stages: the new amplified Nancy Stage, the Meadow, on the climbing Glacier and in a forested grove by the Pond. The festival offers over 40 performances ranging from jazz, classical, indie rock, bluegrass, contemporary dance, and spoken word. The “Museum of Sound” is displayed through eight rustic cabins, hands-on art and nature activities, and winding hiking trails through the great outdoors.
In the Museum of Sound, artists take over Camp Long’s historic cabins to create installations that blend sound, music, and visual arts.
I will be playing the keyboard at the Entrance to the Arts in Nature Festival on August 26, Saturday, 1:30pm – 2:30pm at West Seattle’s Camp Long. The Arts in Nature Festival 2017 is produced by the Delridge Neighborhood Development Association I’m playing KotoJazz on the keyboard at the Entrance of the Festival. Location: Corner of 35th Ave., SW and SW Dawson Street, West Seattle’s Delridge neighborhood. See more information at http://fest.naturec.org.