Flute Quest is this weekend at Saltwater State Park – Friday, Aug. 15 through Sunday, Aug. 17.
Flute Quest is the largest Native American Flute Festival in the Northwest. Adults and children interested in the history and culture surrounding the Native American flute or wanting to learn how to play the Native American Flute are welcome. The festival features beginner through advanced workshops, flute and drum circles, flute and drum vendors and live music on the Festival Stage and features a great line up of recording artists.
Tryout the Native American Flute in a free introductory flute class. Join other flute and drum players in free Flute and Drum Circles offered throughout the weekend. Explore and try out a Native American Style Flute available from the many talented flute builders who are ready to answer your questions and put a new flute in your hands. Check out the array of beautiful rattles, fans, drums, and leather goods.
Flute Quest is FREE. Saltwater State Park requires the Discover Pass or One-day Pass for parking. However, if you are camping at Saltwater State Park you are exempted from the Parking Permit. There are other Discover Pass exemptions such as Handicap and Disabled Veterans. You can view all the exemptions at Discover Pass Exemptions.
The campground at Saltwater State Park is open to the public. If you’re planning an overnight stay at Saltwater State Park during Flute Quest, be sure to reserve your campsite early.
To reserve a campsite, call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688. Make reservations online at http://www.parks.wa.gov/reservations/
Saltwater State Park is located at 25205 8th Pl S. in Des Moines.
Here are some relevant links:
- Free Live Concerts
- Free Beginners Flute Classes
- Vendors – Flutes, Drums,Jewelry & Crafts
- Workshop Schedule
- Silent Auctions
- Festival Stage – Open Mic
- Vendor Application
- Location – Saltwater State Park
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