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May
24
Fri
Rainbow Girls
May 24 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Rainbow Girls are an eclectic folk trio hailing from the golden countryside just north of California's Bay Area. Comprised of three unique musical talents - Vanessa May, Erin Chapin, and Caitlin Gowdey - they seamlessly combine soul-touching harmonies, varitextured instrumentals, and poignant lyrical content into an unusually beautiful sonic tapestry. Pairing their voices with an ever-changing amalgamation of acoustic and slide guitar, keys, upright bass, voice, harmonica, and an array of more unexpected vocal techniques like beat-boxing and mouth trumpet, they create engaging and emotionally moving live performances.

Their music delves deeply into themes of the human experience: hopeful love, honest self-reflection, and pursuits of social justice. Their latest album, "American Dream,” crystallizes these ideas in acoustic amber, encapsulating a beautiful new direction for their evolving sound. 

Originally formed in Santa Barbara, CA in 2010, the Rainbow Girls have spread their musical wings both internationally and domestically, from busking on the streets of Europe to playing pubs and theaters in the UK, to house concerts, festivals, and shows in the US.  Rainbow Girls have also gained recognition on NPR's Tiny Desk concert series and KQED's "The California Report."

May
30
Thu
Keith Greeninger and Dayan Kai with special guest David Jacobs Strain
May 30 @ 7:00 pm
Keith Greeninger and Dayan Kai.
These two powerful artist and long time favorites of the Folk Fest combine
 Award wining songwriting, stunning vocal harmonies, and effortless musical collaboration to create
a truly authentic and organic performance every time they take the stage.
Both well known and critically acclaimed solo artist in their own right, together they create a soulful sound that has moved audiences all over the country
and has made them a favorite at venues and festivals through out the US and Canada.
They'll be joined by their very good friend David Jacobs Strain. Long time local Oregon legend David is a stunning guitarist, singer and song writer and captivating performer.
Sep
6
Fri
Sisters Folk Festival
Sep 6 – Sep 8 all-day
Sisters Folk Festival

This is a 3-day ticketed festival throughout Sisters including The Belfry. No individual tickets for The Belfry or any venue are sold. No tickets are sold at The Belfry. Follow the ticket link to purchase.

Oct
4
Fri
Bend Burlesque and Company Grand present…YEEHAW!
Oct 4 @ 8:00 pm

“The year is 1869, the town is Tucker’s Gulch, the setting is The Soiled Dove Saloon. Welcome to the show!

Yee-Haw was conceived by a rag-tag group of burlesque dancers and old timey sinners. If you’re looking for a tease, a story, a laugh, scantily clad saloon gals, and to be slightly unsettled: we’ve got a show for you!

Yee-Haw is a Western show about a group of soiled doves who find themselves in a predicament that could upset their way of life and and tear them apart, what ensues is murder, strange mystery, and romance, but don’t fret; there’s gun fights, and plenty of whiskey too! There’s a villian, a virgin, and Madame, a barkeep, and some prostitutes, a French gal, and an all knowing cowboy, and none of them disappoint.

Please come join Bend Burlesque for this unique and boundary-pushing show that combines theater and burlesque into one wild ride.

Oct
11
Fri
Che Apalache
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm

Che Apalache is a four-man string band based in Buenos Aires with members from Argentina, Mexico and the United States. The group’s founder is Joe Troop (fiddle), a North Carolinian multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and composer who moved to Argentina in 2010. While patiently carving out a niche in the local music scene, Joe taught bluegrass and old-time for a living. That’s how he met Pau Barjau (banjo), Franco Martino (guitar) and Martin Bobrik (mandolin), his most dedicated students. They quickly became picking buddies and in 2013 decided to hit the stage. Che Apalache began as a bluegrass band, but eventually incorporated Latin American styles into their repertoire. Combining instrumental prowess with tight vocal harmonies, they have curated an authentic blend of genres to reflect the nature of their lives, evoking images from Appalachia to the Andes.

Famed banjo player and cross-genre trailblazer Béla Fleck was so taken with the band that he signed on to produce their new album, Rearrange My Heart, released August 9, 2019 on Free Dirt Records. “I love to work with music that intrigues, excites and inspires me,” Fleck explains, “and that describes Che Apalache to a T!”

The Belfry is a beautiful and intimate venue located in downtown Sisters, Oregon. Tickets are limited and it is recommended to purchase them in advance. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Doors open at 6:30 and show starts at 7:00 pm.

Oct
12
Sat
Brian Odell Band
Oct 12 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Brian Odell Band is a rock band with roots firmly grounded in funk, fusion, and folk. They artfully combine acoustic guitar, violin, electric guitar, drums, bass, and vocals in their original music & select covers for a sound that is truly unique! The band’s influences include Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Jack Johnson, & Jason Mraz.

This signature sound mixed with their dynamic live performances have captivated audiences all over the Pacific Northwest!

Oct
25
Fri
Belfry Halloween Extravaganza
Oct 25 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Costume Party Dance Throwdown....don't miss it...get your tickets early!!

Dec
5
Thu
Walter Trout Band
Dec 5 @ 7:00 pm

Walter Trout and Provogue Records / Mascot Label Group will release Survivor’s Blues globally on January 25. Trout is no ordinary artist and this is no ordinary covers album. From the day he conceived the project to the moment he counted off the first song in the studio, he had a bolder plan for this release.

Trout shares. “I’m riding in my car sometimes, and I’ve got a blues station on – and here’s another band doing Got My Mojo Workin’. And there’s a little voice in me that says, ‘Does The World need another version of that song?’ So I came up with an idea. I didn’t want to do ‘Stormy Monday’ or ‘Messin’ With The Kid.’ I didn’t want to do the Blues greatest hits. I wanted to do old, obscure songs that have hardly been covered. And that’s how Survivor Blues started…”

Over the course of the last several decades, Walter Trout has been a prolific artist. He’s regularly released offerings from the studio, so this moment of offering a covers album is somewhat of a curveball.  His 2017 all-star release, We’re All In This Together, shows no sign of burning out and continues to receive accolades and sales on a global basis, alongside four awards for Blues Rock Album Of The Year. He reflects, ”It’s really overwhelming. How do I follow that up? I’ve always respected guys who went out on a limb, like Neil Young or Bob Dylan. You never know what they’re gonna come out with.”