The Trail Band Concert

Concert in the J. Frank Schmidt Jr. Pavillion

Sunday, Dec. 2, 4pm-6pm


The Trail Band will be performing holiday classics, featuring more 25 musical instruments and five lead singers. It’s an exciting event for all ages! Check out this video for a sneak peek at the show:


  • General admission: $35
  • Kids 10 & under: $25

Complimentary admission to Christmas in the Garden is included with your concert ticket.

Enjoy the concert, then visit the Rediscovery Forest for dinner, ice skating, photos with Santa and more. This is the perfect way for you and your family to experience the event!



Doors open at 3pm, the show starts at 4pm. The show will last about two hours with an intermission.

Onsite parking will cost $5 after 3pm.

Snacks, beer and wine will be available for purchase during the show.

We suggest visiting Christmas in the Garden for dinner after the show – you’ll find a lineup of international cuisine, including pizza, tacos, bratwursts, fondue and more, along with beer, gluhwein and hot cocoa.

We also suggest you wear layers, so you can be comfortable during the show, and then layer up to stay warm while outside at Christmas in the Garden.



This is the final year of a 25-year run for Holidays with the Trail Band. This long-running Christmas concert series was created in 1994 by Marv & Rindy Ross of Quarterflash, and over the course of hundreds of shows, The Trail Band recorded 13 CDs, produced an OPB television special, and raised millions of dollars for schools, arts organizations, and beneficiaries like Friends of the Children.

For their final tour The Trail Band will be performing their audience’s favorite holiday classics featuring over 25 musical instruments and 5 lead singers. “We’re going to wrap up this wonderful annual show by pulling out all the stops,” said Rindy Ross.

The Trail Band is an 8-piece ensemble that creates an energetic blend of brass and string arrangements of traditional and original music featuring five great vocalists including Quarterflash’s Rindy Ross. Hundreds of public and private appearances across America and Japan, plus thirteen successful albums have established the group as the premiere historic and holiday music ensemble from the Northwest. Cornet, tenor horn, tuba, fiddles, hammer dulcimer, guitars, banjo, penny whistle, mandolin, saxophone, spoons, bones, drums, bass, and recorders combine with the band’s rich vocal harmonies to create a diverse tapestry of sound inspired by 19th century music.