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Join us for multi-genre concerts at our beautiful backyard venue at Sisters Art Works. Get info on our upcoming shows below. 

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Tues, July 9 • Sisters Art Works

Dustbowl Revival has always been about pushing the boundaries of what American roots music can be. The always evolving group of players have celebrated over a decade of sonic adventuring and playing thousands of shows together in ten countries and counting, making their joyful, booty-shaking soul songs and cut-to-heart folk-rock ballads that lift up their transcendent live shows.

Dustbowl Revival is Z. Lupetin (vocals/guitar), Josh Heffernan (drums/percussion), and Lashon Halley (vocals) with Ulf Bjorlin (trombone), Stephen Musselman (guitar/pedal steel), Yosmel Montejo (bass), and Leider Chapotin (trumpet).

$30/adults • $17/youth
Gates at 6 pm, show at 7 pm

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Fri, July 26 • Sisters Art Works

Celebrating over 45 years since their founding in 1977, the GRAMMY Award-winning this New Orleans-based group has taken the traditional foundation of brass band music and incorporated it into a blend of genres, including bebop jazz, funk and R&B/soul. This unique sound, described by the band as a “musical gumbo,” has allowed them to tour across five continents and more than 30 countries. The seven-piece band is a world-famous music machine whose name is synonymous with genre-bending romps and high-octane performances.

$40/adults • $25/youth
Doors at 6 pm, show at 7 pm


Thurs, Aug 1 • Sisters Art Works

Returning to touring after a four-year hiatus, Elephant Revival is a unique collection of multi-instrumentalists blending elements of Celtic, Americana, Folk and Indie Art Rock. The band consists of Bonnie Paine , Bridget Law, Dango Rose, Charlie Rose, Darren Garvey, and Daniel Sproul. The music they create together is like weather systems meeting in the sky, with Bonnie’s warmly haunting voice either merging with the rhythms and melodies of the band or providing a counterpoint and transforming it.

$38/adults • $20/youth
Gates at 6 pm, show at 7 pm

is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening community and transforming lives through music and art.  Ticket revenue provides critical support to our mission and helps expand accessibility to music and arts programming in Central Oregon!


  • Where is the venue?
    Summer Concerts are held at Sisters Art Works (204 W Adams Ave, Sisters, OR 97759), the headquarters of SFF Presents! This beautiful backyard stage makes for the perfect intimate, low-key venue to see incredible live performances.
  • Where can I park?
    Sisters is a super walkable town with free parking along all city streets. Overflow parking can be found at the Sisters School District Building, 525 E. Cascade Ave.
  • Can I bring my own chair?
    Yes! This venue sits atop an expansive lawn perfect for low-back "festival-style" chairs, small picnic blankets, or yoga mats.
  • Will there be food available?
    Yes, there will be three food vendors at every concert, each with options available for dietary restrictions. To check which vendors will be at each concert, please consult the ticket page.
  • Is alcohol available at the venue?
    Yes, SFF Presents will be selling a variety of beer, cider, and wine along with non-alcoholic drink offerings at the concert.
  • Can I bring my own food/drinks into the venue?
    No, we do not allow patrons to bring outside food and beverages into the venue. You may bring in your own empty water bottles which can be filled at the free filtered water station.
  • Can I leave the venue once I've entered?
    Yes, patrons may come and go from the venue as needed.
  • Can I bring my dog?
    Properly trained service animals under the care and supervision of their owners are permitted in the venue, but this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, companion animals, or pets. Owners should be able to describe the service that the animal performs and the training it has received; no one will inquire about the nature of an owner’s disability or medical condition. The animal must remain by the handler’s side at all times, harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the animal’s work or the individual’s disability, in which case the animal should be controlled through voice, signal, or other effective methods. Anyone bringing an animal is responsible and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal, and the owner or someone accompanying the service animal is responsible for bagging and disposing of solid waste.
  • What if it rains/snows?
    The show will go on! We recommend dressing in layers, ready for a variety of weather events. In the event of a weather related (lightning, smoke, etc.) cancellation by SFFP, full refunds will be offered to all ticket buyers.
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