Frequently Asked

Questions & Answers

Learn more about Umatilla Landing Days.
Bring the entire family and enjoy two days of fun activities.

What are this year’s major attractions?

Like other years, we will have a Saturday morning parade and a fireworks show in the evening.  We also have some amazing performers lined up. Be sure to visit our schedule of events for the entire line-up.

What's the cost?

As in past years, the event and parking is FREE. Please plan to support our vendors and purchase your food at the event. Come and enjoy. Bring the entire family.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

If you have questions, please email us at or give us a call at 541-922-3226.

Do I need to bring my own chair or blanket for the concerts?

We will have benches at the music stage, but seating is limited. You are welcome to bring your own chairs or blankets to enjoy the music and the firework show.

What if it rains?

The show will go on!

Is the event accessible?

Yes! We have designated handicap parking areas, ADA restrooms, and access to the grass in front of the stages.

Is there going to be merchandise for sale?

Yes! Landing Days t-shirts and band merchandise is available for purchase at our merchandise booth.

Do I have to wear a face-mask?

Mask are not required.

How can I apply to be a food or craft vendor?

Please visit our “Vendors” page to fill out the application and pay the nominal fee.

Where is the best place to stay if I am coming in from out of town?

We have several hotels in the area as well as camping and RV locations. Please visit our “Where to Stay” page for more detailed information.

Is alcohol available at the event?

The Bridge Bistro and Brew is our Beer Garden provider this year. You’re welcome to purchase drinks from them and stay in the Beer Garden, or get a wristband and you can walk around the event with your purchased drink. No outside alcohol will be allowed at the event.

Can I bring my dog?

Properly trained service animals under the care and supervision of their owners are permitted, but this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, companion animals or pets. Owners should be able to describe the service that the animal performs and the training it has received; no one will inquire about the nature of the owner’s disability or medical condition.