Moonshadow Festival is a Solar Eclipse celebration event on our family-owned and operated 2,100-acre working cattle ranch in Central Oregon. The festival offers an authentic ranch experience and outdoor recreation across five days. Family-friendly activities include live music, hiking, yoga, cowboy demonstrations, stargazing and markets featuring handmade and local products.

Weekend camping (four nights) for RVs, trailers and tents on August 18th to 22nd are available, as are single-day visitor passes on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, August 19th, 20th and 21st. Space is limited, get tickets now!  

Guests can sample regional food, beer, wine and coffee from local purveyors including Bigfoot Beverages, Allan Brothers Coffee, Outlaw Grill and BBQ, Crater Lake Spirits, Pacific Edge Events, For the Love of Nuts and more. 

A portion of event proceeds will go to MountainStar Family Relief Nursery and The MISSIO Project

Solar Eclipse

Moonshadow Festival will see nearly two minutes of total solar eclipse as it passes through Central Oregon on August 21st. 

The location of the Wine Down Ranch, between Madras and Prineville, is directly within the path of totality in Central Oregon. Opportunities to view the total Solar Eclipse on August 21 will include open views from the festival grounds and an optional two mile hike to the ridge on Wine Down Ranch at 4,400 feet, where you'll witness the moon's shadow travel across the landscape. 

Guests will be able to see the moon’s shadow as it crosses the neighboring Ochoco National Forest and the Crooked River Valley, casting the sky into nearly two minutes of total darkness. (Eclipse details are on the National Eclipse website.) All Moonshadow Festival campers, and those who purchase a Monday day pass, will receive commemorative eclipse glasses to safely view the solar eclipse. 

Live Music

Musical entertainment will be available in the afternoons and evenings beginning Friday night continuing through Monday, concluding with an open mic stage. 

Learn more about performers here

[FRI] Fun With Jo (classic rock covers)

Hoedown dance instruction with Ron Bell-Roemer
Bottom of the Barrel Band
Wayward Soul (American Roots) 
Papa Smoke (classic rock / country) 

Jensen Graham
There is No Mountain (pop Americana)
The Talbott Brothers (folk country) 
Crow & The Canyon (bluegrass) 

Ghost Towns (folk rock / indie)
Dan Weber (folk country) 
Open Mic Stage

Complete lineup and schedule will be announced closer to the festival. 


Ranch Experience

Festival attendees will be treated to an authentic ranch experience including cowboy storytelling, native flute blessings, farmers and artisan markets, open hiking, yoga, evening movies and stargazing. These are included with festival admission for camping or daily pass holders.


Opening ceremonies and flute blessing by Native Elder Neil Potts
Starlight movie: "Unbroken"

Live music Yoga w/ Bhakti Earth Yoga
Poker hike (3.5 miles, all ages)
Hoedown dance lesson
Cowboy storytelling with Rick Steber
Starlight Yoga w/ Mystical Hug Yoga

Flute blessing and gospel service
Live music Yoga w/ Bhakti Earth Yoga
Farmer's market with CROP farms
Cowboy Roping demonstration

Vista hike (4-mi, intermediate)
Total Eclipse viewing at 10:20 a.m.
Starlight movie 

Additional activities and schedules will be announced closer to the festival. 

Camping Options

Two different campgrounds will host RV-Trailers and Tent camping. “RV camping” is anything with wheels (fifth-wheels, motor homes, camper-vans, travel-trailers, truck campers, tent-trailers).

“Tent camping” is restricted to tents (no tent-trailers). All camping is “dry” (no water, electricity, sewer).
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Food and beverage will be onsite with items for purchase during festival hours (8am - 11pm), including coffee, local beer and wine, and food trucks and catering options. Please bring enough of your own water, food and supplies for camping over the duration of the event. 

This is a pack IN / pack OUT campground for your trash and belongings. Please be responsible for all your trash and recycling when you leave. Camping areas are seasonal home to livestock and refuse can pose serious threats. Please respect the property by not littering!