Northwest String Summit Tickets this Friday!
Advance tickets to the tenth annual Northwest String Summit music festival featuring four days of music and camping will be available Friday, February 4 at all TicketsWest outlets and online at TicketsWest.
The boutique music festival, located at Hornings Hideout near Portland, Ore., will increase to a four day festival from July 21 through Sunday, July 24, 2011 in celebration of its ten year anniversary.
All ages advance 4-day passes will cost $125 from February 4 through March 11 and include four nights of music, camping, parking and free early entry to the festival on Thursday, July 24, 2011. A limited supply of RV passes will also be available for purchase beginning on Friday, February 4 for $75.
Featured artists confirmed to date include Yonder Mountain String Band; Keller and the Keels featuring Kelly Williams, and the husband and wife combo of Larry and Jenny Keel; Todd Snider & Great American Taxi Featuring Vince Herman; the Emmitt Nershi Band; the Cascadia Project featuring Darol Anger, Scott Law, Sharon Gilchrist and Samson Grisman; Jackstraw; and Pert Near Sandstone.
Additional bands have recently confirmed to play the festival each to be announced soon.
Three-day passes for Friday, July 22 through Sunday, July 24, 2011 will be available at all TicketsWest outlets and online at TicketsWest on March 12, 2010 for $125. Patrons can also upgrade to a 4-day pass after March 12 by purchasing a single day Thursday pass for an additional $20.
After May 14, 2011, 3-day passes for Friday, July 22 through Sunday, July 24, 2011 will be available at all TicketsWest outlets and online at TicketsWest for $145. Patrons can still upgrade to a 4-day pass after May 14 by purchasing a single day Thursday pass for an additional $20.
Considered the Pacific Northwest’s premier boutique music festival, the Northwest String Summit will provide four days of mostly acoustic music and camping in a family-fun atmosphere nestled in one of the most gorgeous festival sites on the west coast, Hornings Hideout, a beautiful forested site located just 20 minutes from Portland in North Plains, Ore. at the edge of Horning Reservoir.