THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. WE HAVE ADDED A SECOND CONCERT ON JULY 8.
You can access information about the July 8 IN A LANDSCAPE concert here.
Hunter Noack performs live outdoors at Mt. Ashland on a nine-foot Steinway as he presents IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild, an outdoor classical music concert series.
Hunter will perform at the summit of the Knoll at Mt. Ashland, accessed by the Sonnet chair lift. Attendees will be given headphones on which to listen to Hunter’s music. Wearing the headphones, attendees are welcome to sit and relax on the seating provided or stroll around, enjoying the views of the surrounding mountains and landscape.
Please arrive early to allow enough time to park, take the chairlift and make the short hike to the concert site. *Please note small compact folding chairs are best for chairlift transit.
Tickets are required to reserve headsets for the full IN A LANDSCAPE experience.
- Limited number of FREE tickets available for Oregon Trail Card holders
- Limited number of FREE tickets available for ages 25 and under
If you need assistance in purchasing or reserving tickets, please call our ticketing office at 503-308-2921.
Terrain is rough and rocky. The Lodge is 300 yards from the parking lot where a small vehicle shuttle can provide assistance to the event site for those in need.
Smoking is prohibited at all times. FIRE DANGER IS VERY REAL and we acknowledge this with the utmost seriousness. Help us keep the area safe!
Dogs on leashes are allowed outside. Please pick up after your dog.
Traveling north or south on I-5, take Exit 6 and follow the signs 8.5 miles via the paved access road to the Ski Area parking lot, located at 11 Mt. Ashland Ski Road.
FOOD & DRINK
Dining options, beer and wine at the Mt. Ashland Lodge will be available for food/beverage purchase.
No chairs will be provided. Please bring low-back chairs or heavy blankets.
Restrooms available at Mt. Ashland Lodge.
In the case of inclement weather or severe fire/smoke, IAL will cancel by 9am the day of the performance and notify all ticketed patrons.
To learn more about IN A LANDSCAPE, please visit inalandscape.org