First Interstate Bank Bend Fall Festival returns Oct. 4-6, 2019
Celebrate autumn with the biggest community event of the season, featuring Gangstagrass, Freekbass, Inna Vision and more on the Top Shelf Music Stage

Lay It Out Events is excited to announce the 2019 First Interstate Bank Bend Fall Festival, featuring an exciting lineup of entertainment for the whole family.

All the beloved Bend Fall Festival traditions return for a family-friendly event to remember. Pumpkin painting, gourmet food and wine, the Harvest Market, Family Fun Street, live music and more! Do a little holiday shopping in the most unique marketplace in Central Oregon!

2019 Bend Fall Festival

Free Entry | No Pets Allowed (Service Animals Only)
Friday, Oct. 4 (5pm-10pm) | Saturday, Oct. 5 (11am-10pm) | Sunday, Oct. 6 (11am-5pm)

Top Shelf Music Stage (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)

Friday, October 4: 5pm – The Breaking | 6:30pm – The Lowdown Drifters | 8:30pm – Gangstagrass

Saturday, October 5: 11am – Appaloosa | 12:30pm – Tommy T & The Blue Chips | 3pm – The Brothers Jam | 4:30pm – Friends From Home | 6:30pm – Inna Vision | 8:30pm – Freekbass

Sunday, October 6: 11:30am – Coyote Willow | 1:30pm – Toast & Jam | 3:30pm – Scott Pemberton Band

Gangstagrass – While hip-hop and country may seem like an unlikely pairing, Gangstagrass goes all in on the combo. Since wooing fans with their unique sound, the band hit the mainstream with their song, “Long Hard Times to Come,” created for the FX Network western series, “Justified.” Rench, who previously made a name for himself as a country and hip-hop producer and singer-songwriter, has toured the country with bluegrass pickers and hip-hop emcees. A fan of both genres, Rench wondered what it was sound like to combine rap vocals and beats with classic bluegrass. The result: the genre bending Gangstagrass.

Freekbass – One of the world’s greatest bass players, Freekbass has worked alongside legendary singer-songwriter Bootsy Collins, keyboardist Bernie Worrell and other icons of the funk genre. His sound is energetic, infectious and danceable — showcasing his stellar bass playing and crew of collaborating musicians, The Bump Assembly.

Harvest Market (Saturday & Sunday)
The Harvest Market, on Minnesota Avenue, will be teeming with the colors and fragrances of fall’s bounty. Delicious fruits and vegetables from local farmers like, knobby gourds, acorn squash, pumpkins will gild the booths. Local ranchers will provide chicken, pork and beef to make hearty meals, appropriate for the season. >> More Info

Gourmet Food & Wine Street (Saturday & Sunday)
If you need some more foodie inspiration, visit Minnesota Avenue. Gourmet is a lifestyle not limited to food and beverage, but also the tools used to make it. Artisan products will be available for novice cooks to gourmet chefs. >> More Info

AT&T Bend Family Play Zone (Saturday & Sunday)
The Bend Family Play Zone will lure you in on Oregon Street with pumpkin painting, bounce houses and face painting. City Quest will join the fun on Saturday, featuring a fire engine, SWAT vehicle, a CCTV van operated by a robotic camera and a live rescue demonstration by the Bend Fire Department! Also—don’t miss the Kids Harvest Run on Saturday, Oct. 5th at Troy Field — part of PacificSource Kids Rock the Races series! >> More Info

Fine Artist Promenade and The SOUK (Saturday & Sunday)
This year the Fine Artist Promenade, on Wall Street, will showcase a robust display of fine arts and crafts, featuring over 100 vendors. The SOUK will feature a multi-cultural display of beautiful world goods between Wall Street and Brooks Street. >> More Info

Bend Business Showcase (Saturday & Sunday)
The Bend Business Showcase on Wall Street is a valuable opportunity for businesses and visitors in Central Oregon. Expect to be pleasantly surprised to discover the who’s who and who’s doing what in the Central Oregon area. >> More Info

Bundle up, crunch those leaves on the sidewalk and head to downtown Bend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 4-6.

About First Interstate Bank
First Interstate Bank is a community bank with over 120 banking offices, along with online and mobile banking services, throughout Idaho, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming. Driven by strong corporate values, First Interstate is committed to providing clients exemplary service and supporting the communities they serve with leadership and resources.

About Lay It Out Events
Lay It Out Events produces more than 20 festivals, races and contract events each year. For each ticketed event and race, LIOE donates a portion of proceeds to local nonprofit organizations. Through our beneficiaries, we raise awareness and much-needed funds for vital nonprofit groups across the Northwest. In the past 10 years, LIOE has donated over $277,000 to local charities and nonprofits. For more information, visit: