Schweitzer Hosts World-Class Musicians at Fall Fest

More than twenty different micro-brew and wine tastings available Aug. 30-31
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More than twenty different micro-brew and wine tastings available Aug. 30-31

Schweitzer Mountain Resort’s Fall Fest is back and better than ever! Schweitzer will offer more than twenty different micro-brew and wine tastings, and soda tasting for the kids. Live music with a “world” feel will get people on their feet!


Saturday, August 30th and Sunday, August 31st


Beer, wine and soda tasting, bbq, and vendors 11:00am - 6:00pm both days

Chairlift open 10:00am-7:00pm both days


Schweitzer Village


Admission to music is free. Prices vary for bbq, beer, wine and soda tasting.

Chairlift rides discounted; full day for $10.





Buffalo Jones


Based out of Spokane, Buffalo Jones plays catchy, lyrically-driven rock music with a touch of pop and alt-country for good measure. The bands influences include the Refreshments, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, the Old 97s, and Wilco just to name a few. The first full length album from the band, titled Wake Up.Struggle. is scheduled for an early September release.

Sol Jibe


“Sol Jibe soaks their sound in multiple nationalities and musical genres, but their flavor transcends borders and tastes – it’s just foot-stompin’ soul-stirrin’ goodness.” - Mark Vanderhoff, Reno Gazette Journal


Albeni Falls Pipes and Drums

11:45am-12:30pm & 1pm (at mountain summit)

The Albeni Falls Pipes & Drums Band was formed as a fun band in which all skill levels of Scottish Pipers, Drummers and Highland Dancers could participate and enjoy performing in the community. The band is based in Sandpoint, Idaho, but the members live in many communities in Idaho & Washington.

The Clumsy Lovers


“...a wildly energetic convergence of folk tradition and rock innovation” - Cincinnati City Beat



Since its birth, Milonga has confidently grown and evolved into one of the Inland NW's most popular and celebrated music acts. Translated from Spanish, "Milonga" means party & dance. Milonga's infectious dance groove is inspired by the traditional music of countries like Spain, Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Jamaica and more modern classics from the United States.


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