Festival & Wedding Luxury Tent Camper Rentals in Oregon
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Oregon Music Festival Guide 2019
From Bend, your next 2-5 day music festival is just a hookup away. meet us in Bend, hook up any of our luxury tent campers and off you go, it’s that easy. All you need to add is oce and food we have the rest. Whether you’re looking for blockbuster acts in Seattle and central Washington or more laid-back offerings in Oregon’s wine country and the fields of the Willamette Valley, both states have plenty to offer music festival fans over the next few months.
The 16th iteration of Sasquatch kicks off the season, bringing 81 acts to the Gorge Amphitheater over the course of three days during the Memorial Day weekend. And the music doesn’t stop until Labor Day.
Now in its 16th year, the festival features Bon Iver, Modest Mouse and The National. They may not get the banner treatment, but you’ll also want to look out for Lizzo and Spoon, who have rocked the Portland Waterfront during Project Pabst. If you’re feeling up to it, you could also toss $1,400 toward an official festival tent for the weekend. (Tickets not included with tent rental.)
Friday-Sunday, May 25-27, Gorge Amphitheater, George, Washington. All ages. Tickets: $129-$325.
Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen is the main backer of this Washington music festival and expo, now in its second year. Last May’s inaugural event was capped off by a keynote address from Macklemore.
Miguel, Jawbreaker and The Flaming Lips headline the 2018 iteration.
Friday-Sunday, June 1-3, Pioneer Square, Seattle. All ages. Tickets: $70-$325.
One of the biggest events in Portland is celebrating its 31st year on the waterfront with performances by George Thorogood, The Revivalists, The Mavericks and Beth Hart. The first day’s festivities will wrap up with a fireworks display over the Willamette River.
Ticket sales benefit the Oregon Food Bank, although the nonprofit has stepped back from its previous role as an organizer.
Wednesday-Sunday, July 4-8, Tom McCall Waterfront Park. All ages. Tickets: $40-$1,250 for four-day pass ($30-$300 early bird special). waterfrontbluesfest.com
The festivities begin the evening before this one-day festival in eastern Oregon with a kick-off party featuring a performance by Precious Byrd and DJ Sovern-T on Main Street. Blake Shelton and Pitbull headline the festival schedule proper.
4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, Round-Up Stadium, Pendleton. All ages. Tickets: sold out, try resellers. pendletonwhiskymusicfest.com