Every Sunday,“Concerts on the Cliff” brings the best in regional bands to the main Estate stage in the courtyard of the Cliff House($10 at the gate, General admission*).
*Prefer to have Reserved Seats waiting for you? For reservations, call(509) 927-9463a minimum of 24 hours in advance.(We recommended calling 2 to 3 days or more beforehand, if possible — limited spaces can go quickly for popular bands and good weather!) Reservation fees(in addition to admission price) are $35 for 4, $45 for 6, $55 for 8 or $65 for 10(includes tax), payable by Visa or MasterCard.
Live music, happy people, epic vistas, tasty food selections, handcrafted beer and award-winning wines — it’s a wonderful way to spend a summer's evening!
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