A Discover Pass is required to park your vehicle inside the state park. Passes may be purchased at the park kiosk located adjacent to the parking area.
Steel Pan Project
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission Folk Arts in the Parks Program invites the public to attend its tenth annual series of afternoon cultural performances at Peace Arch State Park.
All of the free outdoor concerts begin at 2 p.m. Sundays and celebrate the diverse cultures of the Pacific Northwest. The artists' fees for these events are paid for by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Washington State Parks Foundation. This year’s concert series dates are August 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th. The concerts celebrate the Pacific Northwest’s international cultures and feature music and dance.
Peace Arch International Concert Series performances are free. A Discover Pass is required to park your vehicle inside the state park. Passes may be purchased at the park kiosk located adjacent to the parking area. All the concerts are on the U.S. side of the International Park just south of the U.S. Kitchen facility.
Hale Bill & the Bopps
The International Peace Arch Association (IPAA) is a privately funded nonprofit organization dedicated to the heritage and preservation of the International Peace Arch and parks. Peacearchpark.org. TAX ID: 91-166720. The IPAA was formerly known as the United States Canada Peace Anniversary Association (USCPAA). Copyright 2016 International Peace Arch Association All Rights Reserved
All Concerts in the series are held on Sunday afternoons.
International Peace Arch Association (IPAA)
Dedicated to the heritage and preservation of the Peace Arch and the International Park.