Concerts at Maryhill Winery Headline Summer in the Gorge

The popular outdoor amphitheater brings three sell-out artists to the Columbia River Gorge in 2014: Styx and Foreigner, Peter Frampton and Buddy Guy, and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull

Jul 09, 2014, 15:20 ET from Maryhill Winery

GOLDENDALE, Wash., July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the summer season officially underway, tickets to the 2014 concerts at Maryhill Winery & Amphitheater are on sale now through Ticketfly at The first of the three chart-topping performances, Styx and Foreigner on Saturday, Aug. 2, is nearly sold out, and the following shows in August and September are selling quickly to fans of good music, award-winning wines and breathtaking outdoor scenery.  

Recent Hall of Fame inductee Peter Frampton will be taking over the Maryhill Winery stage on Saturday, Aug. 23. On the billing lineup for the show, appropriately named, "Frampton's Guitar Circus," friend, fellow Hall of Famer and celebrated guitarist, Buddy Guy, will join Frampton for an epic evening of music. Frampton will be playing a mix of his past hits and songs from his latest album, "Hummingbird in a Box," which was inspired by his collaboration with the Cincinnati Ballet. The two Grammy-winning artists and guitar heroes will also share the stage to blend their signature rock and R&B styles, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Columbia River Gorge.

Just three weeks later, on Saturday, Sept. 13, fans of Jethro Tull will be treated to a knockout set list of favorite Tull songs, performed by Ian Anderson and other original members of the band. Maryhill Winery is set to start the show at 8 p.m., an hour later than the other two concerts, to ensure the sky is inky black for the spectacular video and LED light show accompanying the music experience. With a huge cinema-quality screen and synchronized moving lights in the background, Anderson will play two sets for this electric performance. The first will be from his newly released and critically-acclaimed album, "Homo Erraticus," and the second set will include all the Jethro Tull classics from his time as the band's legendary front man.

Tickets for general admission and VIP prices for the concerts range from $44 to $225, with more artist information and concert FAQ available at

  • Aug. 2 – Styx and Foreigner, 7 p.m.
  • Aug. 23 – Frampton's Guitar Circus featuring Peter Frampton and Buddy Guy, 7 p.m.
  • Sept. 13 – The Best of Jethro Tull performed by Ian Anderson, 8 p.m.

In addition to its summer concert series, Maryhill Winery hosts free live music on the terrace every summer weekend through Labor Day, performed by acclaimed regional artists. Many of this year's artists are also featured on a "Live Music On The Terrace" compilation CD, available for purchase on Maryhill's website and in the tasting room. All proceeds benefit the non-profit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to help other artists, composers and songwriters in need across the country. The winery's Tasting Room, which closes 90 minutes before gates open on concert days, is open throughout the summer from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, with the Reserve Room hours varying by season.

For more information about Maryhill Winery, its popular concert series and to sign up for the winery's e-newsletter, visit; and be sure to fan Maryhill on Facebook, and follow on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

About Maryhill Winery

Established in 1999 by Craig and Vicki Leuthold, Maryhill Winery, the 2014 San Francisco International Wine Competition Winery of the Year, is the 10th largest winery in Washington state and produces 90,000 cases annually. Nestled among rows of vines along the stunning Columbia River in Goldendale, Wash., Maryhill is a popular destination for wine tastings, tours and special events, with an adjacent 4,000-seat outdoor amphitheater that hosts a world-class summer concert series and free live music on the vine-covered terrace every weekend (Memorial Day – September). Maryhill's 3,000 sq. ft. tasting room and 1,200 sq. ft. Reserve Room draw more than 75,000 wine enthusiasts from around the globe each year, ranking among the top five most visited wineries in the state. Maryhill sources more than 30 different varietals of grapes from some of the most highly-regarded vineyards in the state, producing nearly 40 different wines, and has claimed more than 2,000 awards since its first vintage in 2001.

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