Cannon Beach Events & Festivals
Cannon Beach is home to annual arts festivals, live concerts, wine and food events, conservation festivals, and so much more. Plan your trip around our world-class gatherings or see what's happening while you're staying in a Beachcomber Vacation Home.
|The Cannon Beach art community invites you to play along the shores of Cannon Beach and in the varied and beautiful galleries of our town.
Nestled between the wild ocean and the coastal mountains Cannon Beach offers artisan creations and crafts ranging from the playful to the sublime. On April 30, May 1-2, participating Cannon Beach galleries will spotlight new work by their chosen artists. Unveilings, demos, and receptions take place all weekend long, making this event an unparalleled experience for the art lover.
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Experience the 18th Annual Cottage Tour 2021
September 1-30, 2031
The Cannon Beach History Center and Museums annual tour showcases the vintage cottages and dream homes of the famed seaside town. Walk through historic cabins and cottage, grand bygone-era beach homes and architectural marvels at the Cannaon Beach Annual Cottage Tour.
Enjoy weekend-long series of events including concerts, a wine tasting, a luncheon lecture, and English-style garden tea.
|September 16-19, 2021
Gallery and performance artists will create and perform on the beaches and in the parks and galleries of Cannon Beach, all with a focus on our natural world during the annual Earth & Ocean Arts Festival in September.
Festival events incorporate plein air painting, performance art, music, and the town`s galleries will join in the festivities, hosting special receptions and offering art exhibits celebrating environmental themes. Highlighting the weekend will be performances from New York`s Artichoke Dance Company, known for innovative and engaging performances paired with environmental activism and education.
|September 25, 2021
Each spring and fall, visitors and locals alike join forces to rid Cannon Beach and other Oregon Coast beaches of debris left behind by both storms and careless beachgoers.
This twice-annual (spring and fall) clean-up commenced more than 30 years ago and the tradition has gained momentum in recent years. On average, 6500 volunteers of all ages and walks of life remove 50+ tons of litter and marine debris and rubbish each year.
Registration goes live on August 2, 2021.