Passes For The Three-Day, Two-Stage “Must-See” Country Music Camping Experience Go On-Sale March 2nd
Watershed Music And Camping Festival has announced the highly-anticipated 2018 lineup, sharing that Brantley Gilbert, Brad Paisley and Blake Shelton will lead the festival’s seventh year. Established as one of the most exclusive festivals in the genre, the three-day, two-stage country music experience takes place at the world’s most breathtaking venue, The Gorge Amphitheater in George, WA on August 3-5. It was also revealed Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Big & Rich, Morgan Evans, Jillian Jacqueline, Chris Lane, LOCASH, Cassadee Pope, Granger Smith and Brett Young will also take the coveted stage, with more to be announced in the coming weeks. With a long-standing precedence for selling out in minutes, passes will go on sale Friday, March 2nd at 10 am PT at WatershedFest.com.
With self-proclaimed “’Shedders’” enjoyment the festival’s biggest priority, Watershed is known for offering a superstar-filled, eclectic lineup that includes the genre’s hottest emerging acts, as well as an unrivaled setting and welcoming backstage vibe, all leading to Watershed’s rise to “bucket-list” status. With the fan experience front of mind, in addition to the lineup announcement today, the festival revealed ways fans can upgrade their passes to VIP. The VIP Pass is the only package that includes access to both the Sunset lounge and the Cliff House (offering the option to enjoy a private cash liquor bar, air conditioned private restroom facilities, comfortable seating, shaded lounge space, cocktail service, an unbeatable views of the Columbia River Gorge and the Main stage), and also gives fans priority entry to rides and attractions and more. ‘Shedders can also upgrade their camping experience at the Gorge Oasis, which offers “stress-free” camping providing preset luxury tents, mattress and coffee made for you in the morning.
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