Signal Hill Ranch

Summer Festival Venue

The Festival resides at Signal Hill Ranch, a secluded 400-acre estate nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountains in the Methow Valley.

We invite you to explore these pages, then visit us this summer for a concert or two. It's an experience you'll never forget.



A large, lighted parking area with a handicapped drop-off zone and generous turn-around space accommodates plenty of vehicles.


The soaring 35-ft. ceiling above the main stage at Signal Hill Ranch facilitates a beautiful, lingering resonance that is the hallmark of a well-designed classical chamber music hall. You can see yellow acoustic reflectors on both sides of the stage. The big white canvas is a specially designed reflector fabric, tuned to give the audience a brilliant first pop of sound before the reverberations.

Hard-Packed Floor

The hard-packed, crushed-rock floor and the big barn doors (open in good weather) give the theater a rustic, yet intimate, feeling that understates the considerable acoustic and mechanical engineering that went into this beautiful structure. The theater comfortably seats 200 concertgoers.

Ice House

On a hot summer afternoon, what could be better than relaxing in the shade while enjoying a cool beverage from a real Texas Ice House? Before concerts and at intermission, the Ice House sells wine, beer, cider and locally sourced food.

Grassy Lawn

The main stage building is surrounded by 8000 sq. feet of green, manicured lawn perfect for socializing with your friends and neighbors before the show. The grounds open two hours before each Centerstage concert.

Fire Pit

After the concert, fans gather around the fire pit to meet the artists, share a laugh, and hear stories of their travels.


Signal Hill Ranch

115 Signal Hill Road, Twisp, WA 98856

Halfway between Winthrop and Twisp along Hwy 20

Festival grounds open at 5:30 pm on Centerstage concert days