Rabbit Wilde played the Jungible Summer Music Series last year at Jardin du Soleil and this year it features Crushwater on July 7, Dirty Revival on July 14, Olympic Express Big Band on July 21, Bootleg Sunshine on July 28 and The True Loves on Aug. 4. Photo courtesy of Alana Linderoth

Rabbit Wilde played the Jungible Summer Music Series last year at Jardin du Soleil and this year it features Crushwater on July 7, Dirty Revival on July 14, Olympic Express Big Band on July 21, Bootleg Sunshine on July 28 and The True Loves on Aug. 4. Photo courtesy of Alana Linderoth

Jardin du Soleil’s Jungible Music Series returns

By Matthew Nash

Olympic Peninsula News Group

SEQUIM — Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm brings back its weekly concert series, the Jungible Summer Music Series, starting this weekend.

Each Friday night from tonight through Aug. 4, a new band will rock crowds in the farm’s lavender fields at 3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way.

Concert doors open at 6:30 p.m. with shows beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 per adult and children 12 and younger are free. A season pass for all five shows is $60. Tickets are available at facebook.com/JungibleFestival/ and at the door.

Jordan Schiefen, co-owner of the farm with her husband Paul, said last year they made a switch to a handful of shows instead of a one-day festival and “it was amazing.”

“Week after week, people came to enjoy the music, sunsets and community experience Jungible has become known for,” she said. “New friends and memories were made, and a new summer tradition started.”

The music series opens with Port Angeles’ Crushwater, a folk-rock band, tonight.

Subsequent weeks include Dirty Revival, a soul band from Portland, Ore., on July 14; the local Olympic Express Big Band on July 21; Bootleg Sunshine, a Seattle contemporary bluegrass and world band, on July 28; and The True Loves, a Seattle soul band, on Aug. 4.

This will be the fourth year the Schiefens put on concerts at their farm. The first two years, it was called the Jungible Festival. Jungible means “come together,” the couple said.

The Schiefens took a one-year hiatus in 2015 from concerts but retooled with the five-night concerts in July and early August last year including Sequim Lavender Weekend, which this year will be July 21-23.

“We are so excited to be able to share with our community the things we love, music, good food, friends and the land,” Schiefen said.

For the events, Pacific Pantry provides food along with beer, wine and cider.

For more information, visit http://jardindusoleil.com/ or call 360-582-1185.

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Matthew Nash is a reporter with the Olympic Peninsula News Group, which is composed of Sound Publishing newspapers Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette and Forks Forum. Reach him at [email protected].

Last year’s Jungible Summer Music Series was a hit at Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm, owners of the farm said. This year it returns with five bands playing each Friday night from July 7-Aug. 4. Photo courtesy of Alana Linderoth

Last year’s Jungible Summer Music Series was a hit at Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm, owners of the farm said. This year it returns with five bands playing each Friday night from July 7-Aug. 4. Photo courtesy of Alana Linderoth

Jardin du Soleil’s Jungible Music Series returns

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