The City of Duvall is 100! Join us for the SnoRiver Rock Concert and Lighter Than Air Fare, Saturday, August 3, 2013 from 11:00am to 9:00pm. Highlights include all day Rock Concert, Motorcycle and Scooter Park & Show, beer and wine garden, food and local art merchants, piano drop, and hot air balloon rides in the park! Get out your tye die and get ready to rock!

The predecessor to Woodstock happened not far from Duvall in a pasture in Sultan; the Sky River Rock Festival and Lighter than Air Fair took place on Aug 30, 1968. Whether people thumbed rides, drove or arrived on their motorcycles – they came by the hundreds. Local rock bands played into the night, a make shift hot air balloon took flight, and rock and roll was the basis for it all. During Duvall’s centennial year, we hope to bring some of the fun from the 60’s and 70’s back during the first annual SnoRiver Rock Concert and Lighter Than Air Fare on August 3, 2013. History of the beginning:

Some Highlights Include:


Park & Show

Motorcycle & Scooter Show

Ride your Vintage Bike, Café, Retro or Rat or any Scooter to the concert and get a free souvenir medallion and high profile parking spot at Stephens and Main Street in downtown Duvall! (The gateway to the Rock Concert!) Just show up on your Vintage Ride – Non-Competitive, No Fee – Show off your cool wheels to hundreds of concert goers! Medallion supply and parking limited – Arrive early!



Okey Dokey – 11:00am

Jack Ballard – 12:15

Paradox – 1:30

Alice Stuart and the Formerlys – 2:45

With Special Guest, Roger Fisher

Intermission: Alice Stuart Guitar Solo

Rent Collectors – 4:00

Maltby Crew – 5:30

Lunatic Fringe – 6:45

Jr Cadillac – 8:00 to 9:30


Hot Air Balloon Rides – 6:00 to 9:00

Piano Drop – 7:45


Event Emcee: David Mackintosh



A2 Media Productions Centennial film and live interviews

Costco Membership sign up

doTerra & Doug’s Bugs

DuVall’s Dazzling Designs Event t-shirts, event posters, event mugs, event tokens

Good Medicine Hand crafted herbal products, prayer flags, and batik

Hackenbruch Purses, socks, jewelry, car wind chimes, birdhouses, magnets, hats, and essential oils

Hillside Academy Tie-dye booth

Lulu’s Face Painting

Suzie’s Toys Blow up toys, hats, horn bugles

The Glass Cactus Vintage aprons, glass beads, jewelry

Tristan Coombs Jewelry, oddities, and shells


Food Vendors

Anchorhead Coffee Brewing Company

Duvall Chamber of Commerce Scones & fritters

Duvall Fireman’s Association Hamburgers, chips, & drinks

Ekernal Bliss Kettle Corn

Safeway Foundation Hotdogs, kielbasa

Twin Dragon Steamed hombow, chicken chow mein, pork fried rice, broccoli beef,

& bubble tea

AND Red Pepper Pizza Pizza delivery to the park!





About The City of Duvall

The City of Duvall (pronounced DOO-vahl) sits alongside the historic Snoqualmie Valley River nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains approximately 25 miles northeast of Seattle.  Over 6,900 people live in Duvall, recognized as one of the fastest growing communities in the state. The area that has become known as Duvall was historically the home of the Snoqualmie Native American tribe. On January 6, 1913 Duvall was incorporated as a city by its rugged pioneer citizens. The center of the present-day town was located on a hillside homesteaded by Francis and James Duvall, loggers who arrived in 1871. At that time, logging and farming were the driving economic forces in Duvall which utilized the Snoqualmie River and railroad for transportation. Since the late 20th century, the City’s pastoral appeal has been drawing residents who commute to jobs in aeronautics and technology in nearby communities. Duvall’s Historic corridor has helped to define an artistic movement that has been evolving since the 1970’s. Watch this Duvall Profile Video, produced by King County!


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