Countryside Ride, Katie Pearlman @ The Griffin House on 10/24/21

Please join us on Sunday, October 24th from 5pm-7:30PM for a rare and special night of music at The Griffin House.
We are incredibly excited to host Countryside Ride and Katie Pearlman at The Griffin House for a spontaneous n’ magical October concert. Bring your dancing shoes (or should we say boots!) and get ready for a mighty good time.
We’ve loved and admired Countryside Ride for years and are honored to have them perform. This will be Katie Pearlman ‘s fourth time playing at The Griffin House and we are thrilled to have her back.
Doors open at 4:15PM (come early, grab a beer or a glass of vino, mingle & enjoy the view.)
5pm-5:45pm – Katie Pearlman
6pm-7:30pm – Countryside Ride
Ticket cost: $20
Tickets will also be sold at the door for $25.
Our aim is to provide quality music in an intimate setting, and also TO SUPPORT OUR INCREDIBLE ARTISTS !
The concert will take place in our clear tent. Unlike past years, we will be providing all of the seating. BYOB. We will provide heat for the tent, but encourage you to check the weather and bundle up to ensure you’re warm enough.
This show is the first of its kind and is not one you want to miss. We’ll be christening the clear tent (first concert EVER to take place inside) and is our only concert of 2021!
About the Artists:
Countryside Ride is a five-piece traditional Country and Western Honkytonk Dance band that has been entertaining audiences across the Pacific Northwest for over 15 years. Playing fairs, dances, rodeos, and special events, Countryside Ride consistently entertains four generations of Country music fans while breathing new energy into traditional Country music. Although Countryside Ride has released two of their own records, Countryside Ride’s repertoire is vast and incorporates multiple sub-genres of American music as well, making them the Pacific Northwest’s premier Honkytonk dance band.
What people are saying about COUNTRYSIDE RIDE:
“It’s more than just fashionable fools donning cowboy hats and bolo ties–the music of classic country has also been in the throes of a pocketed resurgence. Indie musicians in their 30s have started paring down their layers, adding pedal steel, and discovering folks like George Jones, Buck Owens, and Merle Haggard–songwriters who did more with less. The johnny-come-latelys would do well to take a gander at Countryside Ride, who aren’t old-timers, but spot-on, honky-tonk preservationists capable of teaching a master class. The Clark County, Washington, group knows what it takes to make a great bar band: For a decade they’ve played mostly covers with easy, ego-less finesse and aplomb. From the plunking stand-up bass, to the swinging, minimalist drums, to the crisp, plucky Telecaster twang, to the love-sick croon and hootin’ hollers, Countryside Ride is as timeless and sturdy as their vernacular.”
— ANDREW R TONRY, The Portland Mercury
Katie Pearlman goes where most fear – within. Presenting her debut EP Mantra Songs, Katie is on the sometimes lonely, and always brave path of self discovery. Carving out an authentic life for herself, she finds home within, exploring her femininity, defiance, sexuality, and intuition through the meditative sound of her seven track EP.
Pushing the boundaries with both her music and lifestyle, Katie follows the inspiration she finds when discovering new places alone. Her latest pilgrimage? Moving to Taos, New Mexico where she’s self-producing her next project. “I follow the cosmic feeling,” says Katie. “I’m designing my own life. I want to grow. And I want to make people feel less alone.” A pioneer on the journey of coming home to yourself, Katie Pearlman is following her magic. And there’s more where that came from.
Listen to KATIE PEARLMAN here:
Is there a minimum age requirement to enter the event?
Nope! We’re family friendly and welcome all ages.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking provided in the East lot beside The Griffin House – there will be signs and a GORGEous old Caddy marking the entrance. Walk WEST from there to the path to our grounds for the concert.
What are the rules surrounding Covid? Are masks required?
In accordance with state regulation, we do require masks in all spaces at The Griffin House unless you are actively eating or drinking.
It is absolutely our responsibility to create a safe environment for our guests, vendors, and staff, and thus, we are committing to do the following:
-Greet all guests upon arrival to directly communicate that masks are required unless actively eating/drinking
-Supply extra masks for all those who do not show up masked
-Provide (tasteful) signage about mask requirements
-Actively enforce the mask requirement in all outdoor spaces
PLEASE NOTE: The musicians will NOT be required to wear masks while performing.
Can I BYOB? What about food?
You are welcome to bring your own snacks, however all beverages (except for water!) will be for purchase.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Feel free to reach out to with any & all questions!


Oct 24 2021


5:00 pm - 7:30 pm


The Griffin House on the Columbia River Gorge, The Columbia River Gorge, Hood River, OR, 97031, US

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