The 4 Peaks Music Festival announced a new venue for its tenth Anniversary. After months of searching for the right home to host the milestone festival, 4 Peaks Presents found it in SE Bend’s Stevenson Ranch. The 100+ acre site maintains the same Cascade Mountain views and mellow vibe as the previous location, but with an expanded Kids Area, more space for camping and additional RV parking spots. In addition, 4 Peaks has some tricks up its sleeve for the 2017 festival.
“We feel very lucky to secure Stevenson Ranch for the 2017 festival,” says Festival Director Stacy Totland. “There have been many things we have wanted to incorporate into the festival that we just haven’t had the space in the past. 2017 will be our best festival yet.”
Thursday’s lineup is highlighted by Company Grand. Railroad Earth headlines Friday, with Infamous Stringdusters and a late night set by Poor Man’s Whiskey. Saturday will see moe. (a jam band) headlining, while rock band Watkins Glen highlights Sunday’s schedule.
4 Peaks is committed to providing an intimate, family-friendly festival, but on a larger scale. Patrons should expect grander views, bigger grassy fields, a larger second stage/late night tent, additional “chill” areas and a greater selection of vendors. Most importantly, 4 Peaks is able to bring in an even more impressive lineup of world class music from around the world.
4 Peaks Presents announced the last pre-sale ticket increase for the 2017 festival. Regular ticket sales go up to $200, from the current price of $185. The “Friday after 4pm” pass ($145), the “Saturday On” pass ($110) and the “Sunday Only” pass ($20) will remain the same price and allow 4 Peaks guests to individually shape their festival experience. As always, camping and kids ten and under are free. 541-382-8064, www.4peaksmusic.com