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7/26/2013, 7/27/2013, 7/28/2013

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BurntWoodsStock is about Family, Community and People, a place where all can belong, a place where there are people looking out for them and thinking about them, a festival for the People by the People, that BurntWoodsStock stands and will always stand as its own harmonious village, a monument to families of all stripes, biological, musical and universal.

Much like the infamous 60’s festival, of which part of it’s name is derived, BurntWoodsStock is a gathering of folks from all over, sharing in the celebration of three days of peace and music with a focus on family.

Now in it's 5th year, BurntWoodsStock is a family and community oriented, all ages music and camping festival, founded and hosted by musicians for musicians and held annually, the last weekend in July on the Kasner Family 140 acre ranch in the Coast Range, outside of Corvallis, Oregon on Highway 20, in Burnt Woods, of which it's name is truly derived.

BurntWoodsStock features music by 20 plus local and regional bands including youth and teen performers. We take special delight and pride in being able to promote and showcase the musical and artistic expressions of the younger performers that grace our stage. They are, after all, the future, and we firmly believe that it is our job to help them any way we can. It is the most worthwhile thing that we can do.

We have fire dancers, belly dancers, stilt walkers (when available), craft and food vendors. We have musical groups composed of kids and musical groups aimed at kids. We have an entire pavilion devoted to kids' crafts and activities, magical mystery tour train rides (when train is available), and a costume parade for kids of all ages. We have an enclosed wine and beer garden, a 30 x 40 foot stage complete with canopy and 80,000 watts of JBL P.A. Power, all in a natural amphitheater setting, surrounded by 40,000 acres of starker forests that serves as the backdrop, with Hymes creek flowing through it.

A hand peeled, 40-foot long pole bridge we call "The People's Bridge", (attendees are encouraged to carve their initials into its wood) crosses Hymes Creek Falls and takes festival goers’ to and from their campgrounds. We are timber growers and our tent camping sites (primitive) in Hymes Creek Camp are under fir trees that are up to 2 feet in diameter and 150 feet tall. We provide fresh cedar shavings for a soft, sweet smelling, bug free camping experience. We have RV (no hook-ups), truck, car, van, bus and motorcycle camping in Tin Can Alley, secure camping for performers, staff and crew and secure separate quiet camping for families with young children in our 50 year old apple orchard.

BurntWoodsStock is all about trying to have something for every member of the family, from the youngest to the oldest ~ the oldest being my Mother, affectionately known as Mama Leone, 96 years young this year, and Queen of BurntWoodsStock. Our focus on kids, on showcasing our talented youth, on providing a family friendly event, comes down to this: We are, I believe, each and every one of us "Kids at Heart".

If this sounds like something you would like to do and be a part of, bring your family, your friends, your children and join us and our BWS family as we Celebrate BurntWoodsStock 2013.

Please help us pass BWS on by telling everyone you know and please LIKE our FB Page at: www.facebook.com/burntwoodsstock

Peace, Blessings & Music,
James and Julz Kasner
Your Founders & Hosts


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