Special Events and Live Music

The Pines 1852 attends and hosts a number of wine events each season. We’re excited to offer more special events in the future hosted in our Tasting Room. For a complete listing of our upcoming events please see below.

The Old Vines

Every Sunday, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Come enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon at The Pines with a glass of fine wine and an eclectic mix of music by Hood River’s own local band known as The Old Vines. Just as wine is composed of many elements, you’ll find a musical blend of standards – folk, jazz, country and just enough blues to keep your toes tapping.

Chihuahua Desert

Friday. March 1st, 600-9:00pm

Escape to the musical stylings of Chihuahua Desert, and experience the best Borderline Fiesta and western music around! Country and South-of-the-Border classics are a crowd-favorite, also with a splash of refreshing original music.

Dan Boller & José Maya

Friday, March 8th, 6:00-9:00pm

Come enjoy the rock and blues styling of Dan Boller & Jose Maya.  These two put on a spectacular show full of great blues tunes and some classics that will keep you rocking all night!

Chic Preston & Kerry Williams

Friday, March 15th, 6:00-9:00pm

Chic Preston and Kerry Williams are two of Hood River’s favorite local musicians.  They have both been playing The Gorge for many years and are regular musicians at The Pines.  They play classic rock tunes and will mix in a few of their own songs.  Come check them out!

Amber & The Pale Ales

Friday, March 22nd, 600-9:00pm

The Pale Ales are a four-piece acoustic folk-rock band playing covers and originals, incorporating three-part harmonies and melodic guitar solos. The band consists of Rob Guidera on guitar and vocals, Glen Holmberg on guitar and vocals, and George Bentz on bass guitar, and Amber Nelson on lead vocals.

P Barton

Friday, March 29th, 6:00-9:00pm

Come to a P Barton show and you’ll pass through a landscape that includes alternative, folk, Americana, rock, bluegrass, and plain spontaneity.  And while each performance is different, the energy and love for the music always comes through.  Building on a foundation of finger-style and flat-picked guitar.  Barton adds vocals, percussion, harmonica, and banjo to create a variety of sounds from his one man act.