Upcoming shows.. more to be added!

Hey everyone we’re stoked to be playing some upcoming shows in Oregon. As a band, we’re all about making music that moves people and brings them together. We love connecting with our audience through our live performances, and we can’t wait to share our music with you.

We’ll be playing at the Infinity Room in Salem on March 5th with Nathan Jr. and headliner Down Time. We’re looking forward to bringing our unique sound to the stage and sharing the night with other talented artists. Come hang out with us and enjoy some good vibes! Tickets are just $10.

Gig poster
Infinity Room 3/5 gig poster from Down Time

We’re also excited to perform at Common Fields in Corvallis on April 6th. This is a free show, and we’ll be playing in a fun outdoor atmosphere with food trucks and drinks. It’s going to be a great night of music and fun, so bring your friends and let’s make some memories!

Ida Jane and the Weekend Gardeners playing at Common Fields at a previous show.

Last but not least, we’re honored to be invited back to the SAGE Concert Series at Starker Arts Park in Corvallis on August 3rd. This is an amazing venue, and we can’t wait to play for you all again. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes for a night of great music under the stars.

Ida Jane and The Weekend Gardeners playing at SAGE 2022

But that’s not all – we’re also in the process of booking more shows throughout the year, including a potential small summer tour. We’re excited to connect with new audiences and share our music with even more people. Keep an eye on our website and social media for updates on our future shows and tour dates.

New Music Video – Good Things To Last

We are thrilled to announce the release of our new music video for “Good Things To Last” from our album “Treasures That We Seek”! The video was directed and produced by our friend Gavin Knox and stars Jordan Prince as the spritely young man. The video follows the story of a spritely young man who awakens with the dawn to go for a brisk jaunt. He encounters familiar faces and one confused soul who is attempting to plug a house lamp into a bush, leading to a surprising and unexpected ending in a game of chess.

Kevin walking into the scene. What could he be up to?

The song “Good Things To Last” is a reflection on the importance of cherishing the good things in life and not taking them for granted. The lyrics, written by Ida Jane Wilke, express the desire to hold onto the good things forever, but also the realization that everything will pass.

Jordan waking up or going back to sleep?

The vocals by Ida Jane Wilke, the bass by Kevin Nichols, the mandolin and vocal harmonies by Ryan Hanson, and the drums by Shawn Crawford, all recorded, mixed, and mastered by Sam Lay at Anjuna Recording Studio, come together to create a powerful and emotional performance that perfectly complements the message of the song.

Ida, Ryan and Shawn playing to the song.

We hope that the music video, directed and produced by Gavin Knox and starring Jordan Prince, will resonate with our fans and that they will enjoy it as much as we do. The visual storytelling and creative use of imagery perfectly captures the message and meaning of the song.