We are staging a festival for the Annular Solar Eclipse on October 13th and 14th in Yachats, Oregon at the Commons building. Come greet the solar eclipse where it will first meet the North American continent.


  Volunteers receive a free ticket in exchange for a three hour shift. 


  Groups of people are coming from all over the country to witness this cosmic event. 

Performances from

Song Soup

Song Soup is Ny Oh, Julianna Zachariou, and Josh Flowers.






   Larkin Grimm (they/them) was born in a hippie commune in Memphis, Tennessee and raised in the Appalachian Mountains in a family of musicians.  Larkin's father, John Grimm, is an award winning banjo player in Georgia, known for his clawhammer style as well as his psychedelic banjo ragas.  Larkin is a queer, nonbinary performer who is well versed in Appalachian, Irish, and Bulgarian folk music and writes in a unique style influenced by psychedelia, world music, free jazz, and New York City downtown scenesters Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, David Bowie, and Yoko Ono.  Larkin sang and played bass in the band Dirty Projectors while studying scuplture at Yale, played with noise bands while living in an arts collective in Providence, Rhode Island, and then moved to NYC and took part in the Anti-Folk scene while working at the legendary Sidewalk Cafe. 

Larkin is a vivid storyteller and wild, electric performer whose music is hard to categorize because each song takes on the form of a unique soundtrack to the story it tells.  Their recordings have been praised by The New York Times, The Village Voice, and The Guardian.  Most recently, Larkin collaborated with Belgian pop star Stromae on their Tiny Desk performance and Larkin is currently working on a Bulgarian Village Music project for The Library of Congress with Bulgarian diva Vlada Tomova and her choir Yasna Voices.


Arrington de Dionyso


Primordially potent Sacred Mushroom Songs for voice, bass clarinet, and trance flutes.


In Gowan Ring


The Symbolist Folk Music of In Gowan Ring channels stories of stones and angels through homemade instruments and human voice. 

Joseph Allred


Joseph Allred is a folk guitarist, songwriter, and multi-instrumental composer from the Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee.

Mere of Light


Mere of Light is a synthesizer and harp loop project mourning and celebrating the earth’s cycles.



Balladir is the creative musical workings of Travis Puntarelli, a song-carver who hails from Bloomington, Indiana.