A few Last minute tickets available!ONLINE SALES ONLY!
SOLAR ECLIPSE FESTIVAL
Coria Estates is excited to host a Solar Eclipse Festival all day August 21st, 2017. Grounds will open at 5am, and doors to the winery will open at 7am. There will be food trucks, live music and more throughout the day in celebration of this incredible phenomena! Bring your telescope, camera, and lawn chair! Eye-wear will be provided with your ticket.
- A few tickets remain, purchase below for $300 per ticket. TICKETS NOT AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!
- Refunds are NO LONGER AVAILABLE!
- Parking and check-in will start at 5am. The winery will be open 7am-6pm.
- Only those with ticket confirmations will be allowed entry the day of the festival; these must be printed and provided upon check-in. Anyone at the event without a ticket will be asked to leave. Please contact us if you need your ticket confirmation resent to you.
- Children 3 years of age and younger do NOT require a ticket.
- Photo identification is required at check-in for those 21+ who wish to purchase wine.
- If someone else has purchased your ticket for you, please notify us via email of all names in party if you are not arriving together. A copy of your ticket confirmation must be in each vehicle.
- The festival will be a rain or shine (or cloud cover) event.
- There will be parking staff and shuttles working throughout the day, but carpooling is highly recommended.
- There will be no access for gear drop-off the morning of the festival. You may bring it with you on the shuttles.
- There is ADA parking available to those with valid tags on a First-Come-First-Served Basis.
- Please allow yourself ample time for arrival as roadways are expected to be congested in the Salem area.
- First aid workers will be onsite throughout the event.
- Due to high volume, we cannot honor any Groupons, gift cards, or promotional tastings during the festival. Wine sales will be for bottles and glasses only.
- Dogs are NOT allowed the day of the festival.
- Outside alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, and/or weapons of any kind are strictly prohibited.
- Please be advised shade is limited throughout the day so sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, umbrellas, etc. are highly recommended.
- Comfortable footwear is also recommended. Please be advised some areas of the ground are uneven.
- Tents, canopies, etc. are NOT allowed the day of the festival.
- Food, wine, and other merchandise is NOT INCLUDED in ticket purchases. These items can be purchased from the winery or vendors directly.
- Eye-wear specifically to view the eclipse will be provided.
- Lawn chairs, cameras, telescopes, etc. are allowed but solely on a first-come-first-served basis. There will be no access for gear drop-off the morning of the festival.
All ages welcome. Salud!
And that land will be United States soil. On the beach in Oregon, at a rocky spot of ground just north of Newport that sticks its nose out into the Pacific, the shadow first touches land at 17:15:50.6UT (at about 10:15 in the morning). This lucky piece of Earth experiences a full minute and fifty seconds of totality.
The actual centerline of the eclipse path hits solid ground a full six seconds later, and plunges Lincoln Beach and Depoe Bay into darkness for 1m58s!
It takes only about two minutes for the shadow to race eastward toward its first date with a large population of folks who will be breathlessly awaiting its arrival. Dallas, Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, Philomath, McMinnville, Woodburn, and yes, Salem itself, experience various durations of totality (based on their varying distances from the centerline); on the steps of the State Capitol in Salem (the first of five state capitals the shadow will visit), lucky viewers will be treated to 1m54.5s of shadow at just after 10:17am. (Great time for a coffee break!)
The great city of Portland is NOT in the path of totality! If you're there, or in Eugene, you will not get the full meal deal! Get south, and get yourself into the shadow! That's right: IF YOU STAY IN PORTLAND, the eclipse will never be total for you! You will need to use your eclipse glasses for the entire partial eclipse, and you will not see the beauty of totality!
The eclipse then leaves our most western friends, and travels through the forests and deserts of central Oregon, hitting the mountains at and Warm Springs at about 10:19. Mitchell and Prairie City are next, and the shadow leaves Oregon just north of Ontario. (Actually, Ontario gets 1m23s of totality at 11:25am MDT, but folks there would be better served to head north to the rest area north of Huntington on I-84, or into Idaho on US95 between Midvale and Weiser, for better than 30 seconds more totality! Soak them up; those seconds in the shadow are precious!!!)