Entertainment

We had a blast with Castletown in 2016, but they won’t be appearing at the festival this spring.

The Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood and Wine Festival features live music on two stages during all three days of the event. One music stage is in the Exhibit Hall; the Main Stage is in the Barn, adjacent to the Food Tent.

The Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival entertainment sponsor is Toyota. Look for them near the Main Stage during the event.

Time FRIDAYLOCATIONPERFOrMER
Friday, 4 to 6:15 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageKatelyn Convery
Friday, 6:30 to 8:45 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageEllen Whyte Ensemble Trio
Friday, 4 to 6 p.m.Barn Main StageRed Light Challenge
Friday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.Barn Main StageTexas Tribute
Time SATURDAYLOCATIONPERFOrMER
Sat., 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageSteve Hale
Saturday, 1 to 3 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageAndrea Algieri
Saturday, 3:15 to 5:15 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageAl Hare
Saturday, 5:30 to 7:45 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageT3 Band
Sat., 10 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.Barn Main StageStacy Jones Band
Saturday, 12:45 to 2:45 p.m.Barn Main StageCascadian Airship
Saturday, 3 to 5:15 p.m.Barn Main StageThe Junebugs
Saturday, 5:30 to 7:45 p.m.Barn Main StageInfamous Soul
Time SUNDAYLOCATIONPERFOrMER
Sunday, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageNathan Olsen
Sunday, 1:30 – 3:45 p.m.Exhibit Hall StageBruce Thomas Smith
Sunday, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.Barn Main StageBrownsmead Flats
Sunday, 1:30 – 3:45 p.m.Barn Main StageFlying Whammy

Al Hare
Born and raised in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, singer-songwriter and guitarist Al Hare draws inspiration for his music from the incredibly scenic area. You will hear classic ‘90s and newer country, rock from the ‘80s to today, all colors of blues spiced with modern pop – everything garnished with touches of bluegrass, jazz, and reggae. Performing 250 shows a year across the country for the past decade has done little to slow down this prodigious musician.

Andrea Algieri
Andrea Algieri is an Italian/American musician, songwriter, and author. Algieri, originally from Italy, started his music career in high school. Algieri has released 4 studio albums with his band Mbrascatu, wrote music for short movies and documentaries and numerous collaborations with other musicians. Algieri has performed several  tours with Mbrascatu plus many solo shows on which he typically plays acoustic music.

Brownsmead Flats
The Brownsmead Flats play acoustic music that may be best described as “Crabgrass”, which they liken to a folk/bluegrass style with a maritime flavor. The band has a strong focus on vocal harmonies and many of their songs are composed by members of the group and reflect on living in the Pacific Northwest. A variety of instruments are played by the quintet comprised of Dan Sutherland, Ray Raihala, Ned Heavenrich, John Fenton, and Larry Moore.

Bruce Thomas Smith
Singer Songwriter Bruce Thomas Smith is a native Texan with deep Native American family roots. Bruce is a longtime resident of Clatsop County and a full time songwriter/artist, with many accolades and awards. He’ll be performing a solo acoustic set on Sunday and playing with his band, Texas Tribute on Friday.

Cascadian Airship
Cascadian Airship is a Portland-based Steampunk band. Their sound is inspired by folk music from Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Mediterranean, as well as American jazz and blues of the ‘20s and ‘30s, all the way up to the ‘50s and ‘60s popular rock music. They form and mold all of these influences into their original music and add a unique spin to familiar songs.

Ellen Whyte Ensemble Trio
With an uncommon level of chemistry, experience and variety, the Grammy-nominated Ellen Whyte Ensemble reinvents the classic sounds of rock, jazz and blues with modern and wide-ranging appeal. Based in Portland, the band is a leader in the PNW music scene. The unique “singers-in-the-round” performance style hallmarks their surplus of vocal talent and is a consistent hit. Featuring a pleasing selection of covers, originals and seasonal music, their shows offer vibrant and timely sustenance for the soul!

Flying Whammy
Flying Whammy is a rock band from Vancouver, Washington, drawing influence from Green Day, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, and Blink 182.  Guitarist Ryan Caputo, bassist Jason Hagensen and drummer Jacob Jonason create a unique punchy, fast-paced blend of garage rock and northwestern grunge.

Infamous Soul
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Junebugs
Imagine if Neil Young and Janis Joplin had three love children, and those children grew up to like Folk Rock and Hip Hop. The Junebugs combine high-energy pop with Pacific Northwest folksy goodness to create a folk rockin’ sound you can kick your heels up to. Covering everything from Tom Petty to TLC  to Taylor Swift, the eclectic taste of the trio ranges from turn-of-the-century Americana to modern Hip Hop, with a strong emphasis on vocal harmony..

Katelyn Convery
With a buttery, breathless roar over a ferocious acoustic guitar, singer-songwriter Katelyn Convery’s  achingly honest, alternative rock/pop tones soothe while begging deeper questions. From busking solo-acoustic in Barcelona and Seoul, to recording an electronic-house album in Cape Town, the many places she’s called “home” reveal themselves in her music with unexpected chord changes and guitar-picked flourishes. Born and raised in Oregon, her truest home resides in the song she writes.

Nathan Olsen
Keyboardist Nathan Olsen brings an appealing amalgamation of musical verve, unparalleled funkiness, and good grooming. Self-taught on piano, keyboards and drums, Nathan has let his fingers do the talking while supporting a wide variety of bands and artists. He applies his skills toward a variety of music genres spanning rock, jazz, fusion, blues, funk, R&B, new age, country, folk, hip-hop, electronic and pop. 

Red Light Challenge
Red Light Challenge is a high-energy, harmony-filled dance-rock band made up of Sean and Kyle Luster, two brothers from Hawaii, currently in Boise, Idaho. The band has performed over 500 concerts at events, music festivals, and music venues. Red Light Challenge has built up a catalog of songs with catchy melodies, tight harmonies, and personal lyrics that have the power to make people dance. They can’t wait to share some good vibes with their music!

Stacy Jones Band
Award-Winning Seattle singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist STACY JONES and her Award-winning Band who deliver high energy Roots Rock, Blues, and Americana, for Talent Roster Consideration. Winner of TEN 2018 Best of the Blues Awards including The BEST BAND award in 2019 and 2018 from Washington Blues Society.

Steve Hale
A singer/songwriter with a soul edge in the tradition of Bruno Mars, Daryl Hall, Marvin Gaye, and Bill Withers. Melody is woven deeply into the chordal fabric of the songs, making the music rich, sultry, glowing and delicious. An Oregon native, Steve Hale has been a singer, songwriter and producer in the Northwest for many years. These days you can always find him playing one of his favorite wineries. 

T3 Band
T3 formed in Tooele, Utah in 2010, as friends who got together to play some music, but it turned into more than we ever imagined. T3 has performed for audiences around the country at private parties, clubs, county fairs, arts festivals and major outdoor sporting events. Covering everything from classic rock and country to alternative and originals, we pride ourselves in including something for everyone who attends a T3 show whether you’re 1 or 100 years old.

Texas Tribute
Texas Tribute is the Northwest’s premiere ZZ Top tribute band. The Fuzzy Guitars! The Songs! The Beards! The Costumes! The Texas Boogie! 2018 Las Vegas Producers Choice Award Winners. This group has performed at casinos, fairs, and theaters all around the NW since 2008.


Interested in performing at our festival?

If you’re interested in performing at our 2023 event, we begin accepting performer inquiries in the fall of 2022. Please send your electronic portfolio to events@oldoregon.com and we’ll share it with our Entertainment Booker.

Due to the number of music inquiries submitted, we cannot necessarily respond to each one individually. Any physical materials (such as CDs) submitted for consideration will not be returned.