SASQUATCH MUSIC FESTIVAL

Sasquatch! Music Festival is an annual music festival held at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington. In recent years it has taken place on the Memorial Day weekend, running for three days.Sasquatch! typically features a range of musical genres, with the emphasis being on indie rock bands and singer-songwriters, but also including alternative

Sasquatch! typically features a range of musical genres, with the emphasis being on indie rock bands and singer-songwriters, but also including alternative rock,hip hop, EDM, and comedy acts.Most attendees of the festival camp in designated campsite fields nearby, as the venue is relatively remote and there are no large urban areas nearby.

Most attendees of the festival camp in designated campsite fields nearby, as the venue is relatively remote and there are no large urban areas nearby.

Sasquatch! was voted as one of the 'Top 10 Summer Music Festivals in the US" by ConcertBoom.

WHEN
May 22, 2015 at 12pm - May 25, 2015
WHERE
The Gorge Amphitheater
754 Silica Rd
Quincy, WA 98848
United States
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CONTACT
Tiffani McCoy ·

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