SEPTEMBER 3RD – 5TH

LABOR DAY WEEKEND

SKAMANIA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

STEVENSON, WASHINGTON

WWW.XFESTNW.ORG

OUR MISSION :

To operate a grass roots Christian music festival which is a showcase for West Coast independent Christian artists. To enjoy the diverse creativity of the Body of Christ during 3 days of camping and fellowship.

Dear Fellow Music and Art Lovers!

X-fest is now in the process of finalizing plans for the 2010 Festival to be held Labor Day Weekend (September 3rd thru 5th), at the Skamania County Fairgrounds in Stevenson, Washington. We are in our 7th year and continue to evolve and grow. We exist to bring individuals together from various backgrounds to enjoy three days of  God,  music, art and worship!  We welcome everyone into a community where they matter. We endeavor to provide a safe place for those who have slipped through the cracks of church, family or society.  We are artists, musicians, dancers, and writers who love God passionately. Come and join in the fun. We look forward to meeting and getting to know you.

For more information, check out our web site: www.xfestnw.org .

We are currently looking for volunteers for X-Fest.

Some of the volunteer positions are: security, ground patrol, kitchen help, gatekeepers, stage helpers, bathroom cleanup, and in general helpers. Remember all volunteers get total event passes and free food at the kitchen. This excludes the coffeehouse.

If interested sign up on line at www.xfestnw.org; or send a letter with name and contact info to:

X-Fest NW

PO BOX 908,

Stevenson, Wa 98648

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