Up until May 15th, that is. The 4 Peaks Music Festival is in its second year this year and is taking place July 25th and 26th.
The tickets are two-day passes which include camping (and parking), and right now you can pick them up for $64.50. After the 15th they’ll go up in price $12, and another $12 after that.
Here are the details from the press release:
Bend’s 4 Peaks Music Festival returns bigger and better this year, with 20 bands and 80 acres of music, food, beverages, crafts, kids fun and camping. But the biggest discount on festival tickets ends Thursday, May 15. Festival-goers can save up to $24 by purchasing specially priced Early Bird tickets now for $64.50, which includes two-day festival admission and camping. Prices will then bump up to $76.50, and climb finally to $88.75 without notice as the festival nears on July 25-26.
:: THE DETAILS
For details, visit www.4peaksmusic.com. Tickets are available at Ranch Records in downtown Bend, or at www.frontgatetickets.com. Vendors interested in reserving booth space should contact Will Nash at 541-788-0314 or email@example.com. The 4 Peaks Music Festival information hotline is 541-382-8064.
:: THE BANDS
Bands are still being finalized, but the line-up promises even bigger headliners than last summer, while still featuring local acts. Tentatively, the band roster consists of Tea Leaf Green, Zilla, Hot Buttered Rum, Everyone Orchestra, Blue Turtle Seduction, Poor Man’s Whiskey, Flowmotion, Moon Mountain Ramblers, Izabella, Acorn Project, State of Jefferson, Brent Alan and His Funky Friends, The Grain, Swampthang, Masala Mostest, Rising Tide and Black Strap.
The website for the Festival was redesigned and cleaned up quite a bit, too. Except for all the text content being giant graphics, that sucks. I know that’s an arbitrary thing to comment on, but hey, that’s what I do.