2019 Corbett Fun Fest Line Up!
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Columbia River Gorge Kiwanis Scholarship Pancake Breakfast
7:00 am to 10:00 am at the Corbett School District MPB, 35800 E. Historic Columbia River Highway. ( REMEMBER THE ROAD CLOSES AT 9:30 ) All you can eat breakfast including pancakes, ham and eggs.
Only $6 for adults and $3 for children. ( Kids under 5 eat free! )
All proceeds go to scholarships for Corbett High School seniors.
* This is an independent event run by the Kiwanis Club of the Columbia River Gorge.
The morning starts with the annual July 4th cruise-in at 10:00 am, followed by the parade starting at 10:30 am with and it follows along the three mile route from Springdale to Corbett.
The Historic Columbia River Hwy. closes from Stark Street Bridge at 9:30 am. The Corbett Hill road off Hwy 84 (exit 22) closes at 9:30 am on Wednesday July 4th. The roads will re-open at 11:30 am after the cruise and parade.
All bicycles must be registered for the parade with a number to be on our closed highway. Parade participants must stay In middle of highway or they will be dismissed.
Following the Parade – A Full Day of Fun!
A full day of activities! A full line up of music, contests, food, attractions, games, vendor booths, a generational queens court and other great entertainment for everyone plus the only fireworks show in East county. Directions here. Vendors will be open and ready to sell at 11:00 am.
We will also offer an action zone including the return of the mechanical bull, an obstacle course, water slide, inflatables, a toddler play area, mini golf, giant picnic games, archery, football toss, and human hamster ball racing; all included in the price of admission!
Subject to change. We have a full line up of live music: 1:00pm – 9:30 pm
This year’s lineup includes: the Northwest’s renowned AC/DC tribute band Thunderstruck, the hard Southern rock of Sarah Wild & the Watch, soulful Americana from The Get Ahead, classic rock and blues from The Stingrays, foot-stomping story-telling from McDougall, and it all kicks off with some dance rock from the Adio Sequence right after the parade!