Labor day weekend Sep 4-6
On the Mima Mounds near Olympia, WA
$35 online, $50 at the gate, $20 for a day, $5 for the kiddo’s
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
$35 for all weekend online
$50 at the gate
$20 for a day
$5 for the kiddo’s!
Get your tickets now!
Dry off your sleeping bags and shake the fir needles out of your dancing shoes, Cascadia! It’s almost time for another fabulous CascadiaNow! Rainingman. On Labor Day Weekend, September 4th – 7th, the Cascadia culture festival features fantastic talents from all around our bioregion. Here are the current* Rainingman details:
- Geist & the Sacred Ensemble
- Wreckless Freeks
- Open Mic
Calling all Tablers!
We also have table space for vendors and non-profit organizations. Share your goods and/or services with your fellow Cascadians at a Rainingman table.
Rainingman will be a wonderful weekend of good ol’ Cascadia fun. Stay tuned to the Rainingman Facebook page for more exciting Cascadia culture festival updates as Labor Day weekend draws near. Rain or shine, and enjoying either or both, we’ll see you at Music on The Mounds in a few weeks!
*Schedule subject to change without notice.
Presentations & Skill Shares-
- A Presentation of the Cascadia Bioregion
- Watersheds as Commons
- Making Protest Art and the Art of Protest
- Concept Kitchen
- One Cascadia, Two Countries
- Non-Violent Communication
- Urban Foraging
- Intro to CascadiaNow!
Have an idea or discussion you would like to host/ Everyone is welcome on our Sunday Cascadia Unconference
Calling all Volunteers!
Would you like to be involved but a group presentation or a table doesn’t quite fit your Cascadia culture niche? Be a Rainingman volunteer! Joyful skill sharing by stage crew, greeters, media, community kitchen, family friendly activity, event decoration and leave no trace volunteers are what make events like Rainingman happen. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for volunteer opportunity specifics and thank you!
Tickets are on sale now, $35 for the weekend, $20 for a day and just $5 for kids. Got questions? Visit the Rainingman Information for Attendees page or contact us.