September 15th: Selah Base Race Date: Saturday, September 15th, 2018
Location: Carlon Park
Proceeds Benefiting The Soldiers Project
The Autumn Festival kicks off on September 15 at Noon at the Selah Civic Center. This two day event will feature entertainment, great food, raffles and more.
Vendor opportunities for the Fall Festival: Base Race Vendor Application
The Selah Base Race begins at 8 a.m. on September 16 at Carlon Park. The 5K, half-marathon and fun run all start at this location and lead to the Yakima Training Center, a military base in the area. Participants should follow the equipment stationed along the route, and follow any signs present around Carlon Park and its surrounding area. Participants should sign up early – individuals who register before August 15th can enjoy discounted pricing. For more information or to register, please visit Selah Base Race.
EVENT PICTURES: 2018_IndependenceDayPhotos
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Just announced! Cody Beebe & the Crooks, The BGP, and Jayleigh Ann and the Lost Boys will all be performing live at the celebration event! Don’t miss this free concert! Click the links to see more information on the bands!
Vendors Wanted! Click the link for an application: 4th of July Vendor Application
Thank you sponsors!
PERFORMING BANDS at the Selah Independence Day Celebration:
Cody Beebe and The Crooks
Cody Beebe and The Crooks are a Northwest Country staple and have been around the block a time or two, touring through 30 US States and 7 European countries. Known for their progressive rock take on country music, they have found themselves playing Watershed at the Gorge twice, opening for notable acts all over the country, and even starting their own festival as a result of their die-hard fanbase, Chinook Fest. They’re excited to bring their signature sound and high energy performance back to the town the founded them, Selah.
Merging the classics tones of Mic Fleetwood and Michael McD, the BGP is a brothership hailing from the “fair town’ of Puyallup, WA and is lead by frontman Brandon Ghorley. The band has opened for Andy Grammar and Allen Stone, and released a brand new album in May at the mainstage of Neumos in Seattle.
Jayleigh Ann and The Lost Boys:
Jayleigh Ann and brothers Isaac and Nico Gambito are from Yakima, WA. The began in the Summer of 2016 and have been making waves ever since. The group now writes and performs original songs that reflect their broad musical influences.