August 7-12, 2024

Zan Fiskum is an americana singer-songwriter raised in the small town of Maple Valley, WA where she spent most of her time either running barefoot in the forest or volunteering with her family at a local dinner theater, both of which inspired her to make the music she is today. Her angelic voice soars over her soulful and ethereal storytelling. Reminiscent of artists Laura Marling and Brandi Carlile, she blends the lines between adult contemporary and americana/folk as she writes about the intricacies of family dynamics, connection to the natural world and love. She made her national debut on season 18 of NBC’s The Voice finishing as a top 9 finalist which spearheaded her two self released records with over 3 million digital streams. Zan has gone on to tour nationally and share the stage with John Legend, Dave Mathews, Prateek Kudah, Landreth Bros and many more. 

Zan Released her second record in February of 2023. Showcasing her range this project beautifully exposes her maturity not only as a songwriter and vocalist but also as an individual as she conveys the stories of her life with resilience and grit. While staying true to her folk/pop songwriting she incorporates sounds of soul, dream pop, world percussion and indie rock into her music. 

This project features incredible collaborations with artists like award-winning composer/violinist Andrew Joslyn (Seattle Symphony, Head And The Heart, Kesha), Dan Walker – keyboards (Heart), Jacob Miller, and Alec Shaw and is sure to captivate both fans and artists for years to come. 

Zan’s debut album, “Sleeping Problems” brings together her love for atmospheric and orchestral arrangements, alongside indie pop production and songwriting. Despite being released in the midst of a global pandemic the album made outstanding strides forward; She performed her single, “You Are The Light ” for over 1.2 million people on New Years at The Needle (KING 5 News) catching the attention of hall of fame DJ Marco Collins who aired it on his show at KEXP. In July of 2021 Zan and her band took the stage for their first time at The Triple Door, maxing out ticket sales and leaving many of her audience members in tears.