$60 Early-Bird Tickets To JamBase Live Now On Sale


Live Nation and JamBase have teamed together to create a new music festival where the music and atmosphere will rival the serene, natural beauty of the landscape. JamBase Live will take place July 5 & 6 at the iconic Gorge Amphitheatre and is set to feature a versatile lineup of musicians, camping, artisan crafts and more.

Artists confirmed for the two-day festival include: Robert Plant & Sensational Space Shifters, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Slightly Stoopid, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, G. Love & Special Sauce, STS9, Galactic, Railroad Earth, Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, Lettuce, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers and ALO, along with a local stage featuring regional acts.

Two-day festival passes to JamBase Live are $75 and go on sale March 16 at LiveNation.com. An early bird discount of $15 a ticket will be offered for the first weekend of the on sale (March 16 & 17). No single day tickets will be sold.

"For over a decade, JamBase has been a prime resource for all things live music. For years we have wanted to take the online experience offline and make it unforgettable. A partnership with Live Nation and The Gorge has given us the perfect opportunity to do exactly that. Between our lineup and one of the most beautiful venues in the world, I am certain that this festival will blow people's minds,” said Casey Shafer, Director of Marketing at JamBase.

Located in the high desert of Central Washington State, The Gorge Amphitheatre provides a picturesque backdrop for another magical gathering to accompany the award winning venue’s Sasquatch!, Paradiso and Watershed Festivals.

“Over the last decade, we’ve transitioned The Gorge from not just a picturesque amphitheatre but also a world-class festival destination. We set out this year to create a unique event that expands on the success of our Sasquatch!, Paradiso and Watershed festivals. JamBase has proven to be a great cyber gathering place for like minded music fans. We wanted to tap into that trust that JamBase has cultivated with their followers and together create a truly unique musical gathering. We couldn’t be more thrilled with what we’ve come up with together,” said Jeff Trisler, longtime promoter of The Gorge concert series.

For more information please visit JamBase Live


[Published on: 3/15/13]

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