Along the beautiful banks of the Okanogan river @ Good Farms in Okanogan, WA

Gates open 10 am, music starts @ 11 am!!

Mention "Goodstock Festival" for special discount with Best Western - Pepper Tree Inn in Omak!!

Gates open @ 10 am / Music starts @ 11:00 am 

Goodstock Music Festival

​          Sept 17 2016!!

Goodstock 2013 -2015 were EPIC events Featuring premiere singer/songwriters and bands of the pacific northwest!! Last year we raised $10,000 for fire relief efforts after devistating losses in Okanogan county.

We are a family friendly festival with outstanding music, interesting vendors, delicious food, all of this on a beautiful lush green relaxing setting along the banks of the Okanogan river!! Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, appetites, and prepare to relax, visit with friends, or dance barefoot, Or just kick back and relax because YOU DESERVE IT!!!

Warning: music can cause happiness, spontaneous smiles, a few tears, and involuntary body movements.  Indications are tapping toes, infectious smiles, and joy within your soul.......

"In the north west corner of the North American Continent, on the east side of the great Cascade Mountain Range, that separates the water drenched west side from the high mountain desert plains of the eastern portion of that state, there is a small piece of land located on the Colville Indian Reservation called Good Farms.  
Each year as the season changes from hot, to warm and sunny, on the third weekend in September there is a music festival at Good Farms.  It is called “Goodstock festival”. The small farm is nestled on the banks of the Okanogan River.  The field is manicured throughout the year, in preparation for those who come and sit, to listen, to be, to enjoy life, to get lost in the music of amazing musicians.
There is a sense among those who come that this is an awakening.  It’s as if there is a power at work in all those who participate, an energy, a desire to live, to breathe, to be at peace with the earth.  To sit among the tall pine trees, to drink in the songs from their brothers and sisters who come to share their stories, their rhymes, and their discoveries.  One by one, two by two, three by three they come, they sing, they take us on a wonderful journey." - Lonnie J. Good