13 Nights on the River June, July, August 2023 – 6-8pm


2023  is here!

WAUNA Credit Union Stage at 265 Strand Street. St. Helens, OR 97051

Please read below for new rules about entry into 13 Nights on the River. Powered by Tourism this fun concert series offers food, gift shopping, live music and more! Thursdays 6-8 pm  FREE Concert Series. Suggested donations $2 per person. No outside alcohol allowed. 503 Distilling and Big Food Cart And Brew provide adult beverages. Bags are checked.  Tasty food onsite and local establishments do grab and go for the concert. For vendor information visit our fb page and pm us today. We do not respond to comments on this site. Thank you!
Want to sponsor? We’d love to hear from you now. Thank you to our current city wide sponsors Wauna Credit Union, Cascadia Home Loans, Best Western, The Jane Garcia Team – Keller Williams, Laurelwood Brewing, Big Food Cart and Brew, 503 Distilling, City of St.Helens, Sand Island Campground.  Join these great sponsors now!

June 1 Gabriel Cox Band – Rock & Blues
June 8 Vintage Soul – St. Helens High School Jazz Performance at the break.
June 15 The Columbia County Coyotes – Dance Party
June 22 U2 Tribute Band sponsored by The Port of Columbia County
June 29 The Sweetwater Band – Country
July 6 Rockit Radio Band – 70s,80s,90s, Hits
July13 Bon Bon Vivant – Authentic New Orleans
July 20 Hit Machine – Local Favorite Dance Band sponsored by Dyno Nobel
July 27 Catherine Loyer with Strawberry Roan
Aug. 3 Curtis Salgado & Alan Hager
Aug. 10 The Horn Dawgs
Aug. 17 Brothers Jam – Classic Dance
Aug. 24 Soul What
Aug. 31 Macey Gard Band – Dance Pop Band

**Street Party July 15th Mardi Gras with Bon Bon Vivant – Happy Hour on 1st!

In order to continue the tradition of creating a safe and enjoyable concert experience for everyone, the following rules are being implemented effective June 5, 2023 Entry fee for age over 11 is $2. Thank you very much.
No wheels allowed except ADA equipment and strollers for babies and toddlers.
No skateboards or scooters allowed inside.
No bike riding.
No loitering.
No firecrackers or noise making devices.
No fighting or “playing” that constitutes slapping, kicking, screaming.
No vandalism.
No climbing on building roofs and privacy walls.
No running or chasing.
No outside alcohol.
No smoking of any kind inside the event area.
No “hanging out” behind food carts where electrical wiring is installed.
No garbage thrown away on grounds.
Main entry by City Hall into the event area will be staffed with monitors. Other locations will be covered by roving monitors. Monitors will supply entry wristbands which must be worn and visible at all times. Wristbands/admission fee is $2. Children under 11 are free.