About THE FESTIVAL
The annual Blaine Harbor Music Festival (BHMF) features world-class music educators and performance artists from around the world. Held annually in the scenic Pacific Northwest’s Blaine, Washington, students, aged 12 through 19, are mentored through a full week of music education culminating into truly memorable live music performance events held each day of the Festival.
The festival is organized each year by a dedicated team from The Pacific Arts Association in Blaine, Washington. The Pacific Arts Association is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization.
Students who attend the music camp and festival experience an intense and rewarding week of instruction from a hand-picked faculty of nationally acclaimed music educators. The music camp boasts a low ratio of students to instructors, resulting in a very meaningful educational experience. Bios for the world-class BHMF instruction faculty can be found here.
BHMF Camp offers music education across a wide spectrum of interests and genres. From music composition, vocal training, blues, big band, rock and classics - BHMF Camp has an exciting track for every student!
Camp “track” options can be found here
LIVE Music Performances
Each day of BHMF features live performances from music groups made up from the instruction faculty and from other renown regional and nationally acclaimed musicians. The performance genres span jazz, folk, classical, pop and fusion play. The Festival performance schedule can be found here.
The Blaine Harbor Music Festival is made possible, in part, by the support of our partners:
Bruce Wolf dedicated his life to giving back to his community. The Bruce Wolf Endowment Fund celebrates his extraordinary life, his dedication to Blaine and his passion for the arts. It is a legacy.
Your contribution to his Endowment Fund will help support the organization Bruce co-founded, the Pacific Arts Association.