Annual Tradition GOBLE WARMING
Posted on August 13, 2018 at 4:41 pm.
Goble, OR – Goble Warming is an annual tradition that happens on the third Saturday in August in Goble, OR otherwise knows as “Where The Hell is Goble.” The Historic Goble Tavern, 70255 US 30, Rainier, OR, voted “Best Small Town Bar in Oregon” hosts a yearly event callled Goble Warming that also raises money for a local nonprofit. This year they will be raising money for
CASA for Children of Columbia County.
GOBLE WARMING is a three day event of fun for friends and family starting Friday night August 17th thru Sunday 19th with a focus on live music. This is a kid friendly establishment until 7 PM each night with extended hours to 9:00 on Saturday so bring your whole family. You can also shop on site with vendors and a flea market both Saturday & Sunday.
Friday night Karaoke kicks off the fun at the backyard stage at 7:00 PM. Saturday includes a barbeque and live bands all day such as James Harlow, Guy Live & the Goble All Stars. At 5 PM Saturday Night 18th, the Horn Dawgs take stage. They are a returning band from Scappoose, OR featuring killer horns. They are rhythm and blues with touches of classic rock make up the repertoire of the
Horn Dawgs. Sunday starts with a Bloody Mary Bar & Breakfast then Battle of the bands at 11:00 AM with an Open Microphone. A car show to entince the car enthusists happens as well on Sunday.
Small town traditions create lifelong memories with old friends and new. Join in the fun and support your local community. #casaforchildren #columbiacountyor #familyfriendly #livemusic #goblewarming #gobleor #wherethehellisgoble #outdoor