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ABOVE: Unknown Mortal Orchestra performs on the Bigfoot Stage in 2016. 

Story and photos by Josh Hughes // AS Review

Two weeks ago, beloved PNW music festival Sasquatch! announced its 16th year lineup to oddly lukewarm reception. Held at The Gorge in eastern Washington each Memorial Day Weekend, Sasquatch! Festival originally generated acclaim for its diverse roster. But recently, attendance numbers have dropped and lineups have gotten smaller with each passing year. For what used to predominantly be a “guitar” festival, this year’s headliners, Twenty One Pilots, Frank Ocean and Chance The Rapper, seemed like peculiar picks. For a music event in the Northwest, it still has wider recognition and bigger budgets than most others, but what has happened in the last half decade that has brought Sasquatch to where it is today?

To answer that question, we first have to go back to how the festival started in 2002. Founder Adam Zacks created Sasquatch! at a time when the biggest festivals in the country were struggling to progress with the state of live music. Festivals across the country that have maintained a name for themselves over the years, such as Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, were either just getting their feet off the ground or nearly going under. Then Zacks stepped up to the industry to try and start a festival that occurred annually, in the same location, and with a regionally-focused lineup.

BELOW: The main stage at Sasquatch! 2016.

“Sasquatch was an idea born on a hunch that there was untapped demand for a certain kind of festival that catered to the eclectic tastes of music enthusiasts,” Zacks said. “It started in 2002, which was shortly after a number of the touring festivals had petered out and the beginning of the wave of regional festivals that started with Coachella and now is a dominant force on the music landscape.”

The 2002 Sasquatch! started as a single day event, and by its second year the festival had booked Coldplay, Death Cab For Cutie and Modest Mouse all in the same day. As other festivals started adopting the stationary model that Coachella and Sasquatch! had fairly successfully accomplished, the music festival industry in the states started booming, and promotion companies started taking notice.

Where independent festivals once needed to front excessive amounts of cash to their artists, companies like Live Nation stepped up, offering much broader means of promotion and an exponentially bigger well of money to pull from. This meant that these ticketing companies could wait for a festival to make it big independently in order to establish a following, and then swoop in to make the event a bigger moneymaking scheme. Wonder why LCD Soundsystem headlined so many festivals last year? FYF, Coachella and Panorama, all festivals that the band performed at, are owned (either directly or through other corporations) by AEG, the other big promotion competitor.

This essentially means that festivals can safely book more sought-after names once they’ve been purchased by one of these corporations. The most notable upside of this is that AEG and LiveNation mitigate the risk of festivals failing by fronting payments to the festivals, which are in return expected to make bigger and bigger profits with each year. Think of it as the “selling out” of music festivals if you will, but as a practice, it helps smaller, regional festivals compete with the likes of Coachella and Lollapalooza.

ABOVE: Vince Staples throws it down at Sasquatch! 2016. 

This is where Sasquatch! starts to come in. Since the Gorge Amphitheater is a performance space that hosts concerts throughout the whole year, Sasquatch! itself does not own the amphitheater, but Live Nation does. This means instead of the company needing to buy out Sasquatch!, they already have control over where the festival takes place, which in turn means control over funding for the festival.

Until recently this has been a fairly quiet relationship, where Zacks has still maintained a heavy presence in making the lineup and concert experience each year. Live Nation has retained their influence throughout the years since Sasquatch!’s inception, but since the festival (again, until recently) has gotten bigger each year, their influence on the lineup itself has been minimal. Instead, they’ve made their presence known with $15 Budweisers and retweets of important Sasquatch! information.

The issue that eventually starts to arise with the partnership between Live Nation and Sasquatch! is not necessarily a fault of either company, but more of a miscommunication between the two. After a wildly successful 2014 that hosted Modest Mouse, Kendrick Lamar, Sleater-Kinney and Robert Plant, the festival tried extending its grasp by putting on a second weekend in July, but it got cancelled from poor ticket sales. Then came the 2015 lineup, which, while impressive, didn’t play off entirely as well. Headliners Florence & The Machine, The Cure, Major Lazer and Disclosure signified a shift in the festival’s overall sound and market audience, but it still resonated with longtime attendees for it’s diversity and exciting undercard. Yet, underwhelming ticket sales gave Live Nation a reason to panic, and so they took action.

The first cause for concern in 2017 was Zacks’ strange absence on social media. Where he once maintained hype for Sasquatch! throughout the year, his silence felt like a shift in politics from the originally independent festival. Once the lineup came out, people scratched their heads at both the stark transition of genre and the significantly smaller list. In an attempt to buffer the consequent losses that Sasquatch! could suffer after 2016, the festival had been cut down from four days to three, and Live Nation quickly tried to shift the target audience in hopes of reviving the festival.

The miscalculation that comes out of Live Nation’s power over the festival only makes sense, since it’s already happened with numerous other, big business-owned music festivals over the years. As the touring industry continued to boom as record sales dropped, artists began costing more to book than ever, and if the festival had already proven successful, AEG and Live Nation could front these costs with safe expected return. Just look to Coachella for the perfect, gargantuan festival platform; even with the owner’s controversial views coming to light, it’s a festival too big to fail. Sasquatch! sadly falls on the other side of the spectrum, where a mainstream attitude towards booking artists leaves longtime supporters confused in the face of Live Nation and AEG’s dual monopoly.

ABOVE: Sufjan Stevens wows the audience on the MainStage at Sasquatch! last summer.

What ultimately comes out of this relationship is a concern that festivals will starts to look eerily similar across the country; look again to some of last year’s biggest names such as Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, and Florence + The Machine and the correlation of festivals that they appeared at. With the capitalization of the music festival industry, individuality is slowly being lost, and by extension, the appeal of one festival over another. Why go to Sasquatch! if you could go to Pemberton, up in B.C., for roughly the same price? Why stay loyal to one festival when another could quickly surpass it in terms of lineup quality? These are the sorts of questions that festival-goers have to ask themselves as the industry only continues to grow.

Beyond the politics of Sasquatch!, the lineup this year includes Twentyonepilots, Frank Ocean, Chance The Rapper, The Shins, MGMT, Car Seat Headrest, Kaytranada, Bonobo, Phantogram and many more, all of which can be found on their website at http://www.sasquatchfestival.com. The festival takes place at the Gorge Amphitheater this Memorial Day Weekend, from May 26 through 28, and ticket prices start at $295.

 

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(UPDATE 5/7/15) After the Sasquatch Festival was forced to cancel its second weekend in 2014, it is ready to head into 2015 with one solid weekend. Sasquatch will take place from May 22-25 at Gorge Amphitheatre. The festival will feature Kendrick Lamar, Robert Plant, Modest Mouse and Of Monsters and Men as the headliners of the four days. Other artists scheduled to perform include Lana Del Rey, Ryan Adams, Sleater-Kinney and The Decembrists.

On the secondary market, a four-day pass for Sasquatch Festival tickets have an average price of $368.39. The most expensive day would be Thursday, which features Of Monsters and Men, Flume and the New Pornographers. The average price is currently $286.98. Each of the three following days have an average price below $200.

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Sasquatch! Music Festival Announces 2014 Lineup

(UPDATE -  6/18/14) Even though the Sasquatch! Music Festival is held 150 miles from Seattle, their Mayor, Ed Murray, has declared May 23rd, as a “day in honor” of the festival. May 23rd is also the opening day of the festival. Here's a quote from Mayor Murray, “Sasquatch! shares Seattle’s progressive commitments and dedication to civic participation, community engagement, and social justice,”

(UPDATE - 5/21/14) The second weekend of 2014 Sasquatch Music Festival has been cancelled.  Live Nation Seattle President, Jeff Trisler, issued a statement saying, “the second weekend was not embraced. We felt it was better to cancel the new event now and give everyone time to make alternative plans for the Fourth of July weekend. Going forward, Sasquatch! Music Festival will be at the Gorge Amphitheatre on the weekend the fans want: Memorial Day Weekend only.”

Refunds will be made to anyone who had purchased tickets for the second weekend, which has artists like Soundgarden, Kraftwerk, and New Order scheduled to perform. Sasquatch! Music Festival tickets remain available for the first weekend. Also, several of the acts set to perform during the 2nd weekend have scheduled replacement shows in the Seattle area.

  • Kraftwerk will perform at the Paramount Theater on July 1st.
  • New Order will perform at the Paramount Theater on July 6th.
  • Sharon Van Etten and Courtney Barnett will perform at the Neptune Theater on July 5th.

Demetri Martin, Eugene Mirman, Night Beats, Sol, Kyle Dunnigan, Shelby Earl, Kongos, Chastity Belt, Iska Dhaaf, Pollens, Dude York, Sandrider, and Kithkin, Broken Bells, Jake Bugg, Rhye, and John Grant have been added to weekend one’s lineup.

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The Sasquatch! Music Festival has announced the lineup for both of its featured weekends for 2014. The festival at the Forge Amphitheatre in George, Washington will have two separate weekends of music surrounding two different holidays. The first weekend will be May 23-25 around Memorial Day Weekend and the second will be July 4-6 for the Fourth of July. Keeping with their round of music festivals this summer, Outkast will headline Memorial Day Weekend. Other notable artists for the first weekend are The National, Queens of the Stone Age, Haim and Kid Cudi, along with many other big name musicians.

The real treat for many in the Seattle area, though, could be the Fourth of July weekend lineup. That will be headlined Soundgarden and will feature New Order, Frank Ocean, Neutral Milk Hotel, Tegan and Sara and Broken Bells. Seattle’s own Soundgarden has only one scheduled date in the US for the summer and it’s the Sasquatch Festival. The band will be playing in other countries from March to June, but will return to the States to headline Fourth of July weekend.

Sasquatch! Music Festival tickets have a presale on Thursday, February 6 for packages that include the individual weekends and a pass with both weekends included. Tickets for the general public go onsale on Saturday, February 8 for the same packages. As these tickets could sell out quickly, be sure to check TicketIQ for remaining tickets for the Northwest’s biggest music festival.

Full lineups for 2014 and a few past years are listed below:

2014 Sasquatch! Music Festival Lineup:

Memorial Day (May 23-25)

Outkast, The National, Queens of the Stone Age, M.I.A., Foster the People, Kid Cudi, Haim, Neko Case, Foals, Major Lazer, Cut Copy, Die Antwoord, Elbow, Violent Femmes, The Naked And Famous, Cage The Elephant, Mogwai, Tyler, the Creator, Chance The Rapper, Portugal. The Man, Rudimental, Boys Noize, Gesaffelstein, Cold War Kids, City and Colour, Phantogram, First Aid Kit, Tune-Yards, Yelle, AlunaGeorge, Panda Bear, Phosphorescent, Bob Mould, Washed Out, Band of Skulls, Austra, Parquet Courts, Damien Jurado, Deafheaven, Big Freedia, Classixx, Black Joe Lewis, Liars, Tourist, Ryan Hemsworth, Tokimonsta, Chet Faker, Banks, The Dodos, The Lonely Forest, Lucius, Hozier, The Stepkids, Half Moon Run, Little Green Cars, Crystal Fighters, Houndmouth, Cloud Control, Jonathan Wilson, Waxahatchee, Foy Vance, Mary Lambert, Willy Mason, Papa, Shakey Graves, The Growlers, Syd Arthur, Cowboy and Indian, White Sea, Rathborne, Pink Mountaintops, The Physics, Radiation City, La Luz, The Bright Light Social Hour, Big Scary, Modern Kin, Tacocat, Raz Simone, Sam Lachow, Gifted Gab, Hobosexual, The Grizzled Mighty, Fly Moon Royalty, The Flavr Blue, Deap Vally & more.

Comedy: Princess Feat. Maya Rudolph, Nick Swardson, Bridget Everett, Eric André, Charlyne Yi

Fourth Of July (July 4-6)

Soundgarden, Kraftwerk (3D), New Order, Frank Ocean, Röyksopp + Robyn, Neutral Milk Hotel, Spoon, Broken Bells, Tegan and Sara, Local Natives, La Roux, Gogol Bordello, Jake Bugg, Atmosphere, Rhye, The Bloody Beetroots, Dillon Francis, Big Gigantic, The Black Angels, Deltron 3030, The Horrors, Junip, The Notwist, St. Lucia, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Dr. Dog, Talib Kweli, Of Montreal, The Cave Singers, Punch Brothers, Action Bronson, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Sharon Van Etten, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Sol, Casey Veggies, RL Grime, Tchami, Audion, Fuck Buttons, Courtney Barnett, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Cloud Nothings, Foxygen, Palma Violets, Mikal Cronin, Mac DeMarco, Jon Hopkins, Gold Panda, Majical Cloudz, Duke Dumont, Oneohtrix Point Never, Death, Black Prairie, Latyrx, Metz, John Grant, Reigning Sound, Black Milk, Typhoon, Cass McCombs, Young & Sick, No, Boy & Bear, Ásgeir, Wild Cub, Gangstagrass, Phox, Ages and Ages, The Districts, Mimicking Birds, Chad VanGaalen, Shelby Earl, Hunter Hunted, Fly Golden Eagle, Sandrider, Helms Alee, Night Beats, Chastity Belt, Dude York, Iska Dhaaf, Kithkin, Pollens & more, plus 4th of JulyFireworks.

Comedy: Demetri Martin, Eugene Mirman, Kurt Braunohler, W. Kamau Bell, Kyle Dunnigan, John Hodgman

2013 Sasquatch! Music Festival Lineup:

Mumford and Sons, The Postal Service, Vampire Weekend, Sigur Rós, The xx, Arctic Monkeys, Primus, Empire of the Sun, Grimes, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Lumineers, Alt-J, The Tallest Man on Earth, Tame Impala, Earl Sweatshirt, Japandroids, Death Grips, Dirty Projectors, Danny Brown, Cake, Andrew Bird, Bloc Party, Dropkick Murphys, Built to Spill, Azealia Banks, Steve Aoki, Father John Misty, El-P, Killer Mike, Divine Fits, Twin Shadow, Solange, Disclosure, Toro Y Moi, Devendra Banhart, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Presets, Torche, P.O.S., SchoolBoy Q & Ab-Soul, John Talabot, DIIV, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Wild Belle, Suuns, Caveman, Hundred Waters, Menomena, Shad, Fang Island, Matthew Dear, Porcelain Raft, Surfer Blood, Holy Ghost!, Red Fang, Reignwolf, Atlas Genius, and Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti.

2012 Sasquatch! Music Festival Lineup:

Jack White, Beck, Bon Iver, Pretty Lights, Tenacious D, The Shins, Beirut, Girl Talk, The Roots, The Head & The Heart, Portlandia, Feist, Silversun Pickups, Metric, Explosions In The Sky, The Joy Formidable, Mogwai, Nero (DJ), M. Ward, John Reilly & Friends, Childish Gambino, St. Vincent, The Civil Wars, Jamey Johnson, Little Dragon, Tune-Yards, Wild Flag, Blind Pilot, Wolfgang Gartner, Beats Antique, Apparat, The Walkmen, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Mark Lanegan Band, Spiritualized, Blitzen Trapper, The Cave Singers, Shabazz Palaces, Fun., Grouplove, Tycho, Sbtrkt, Strfkr, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Deer Tick, Imelda May, Alabama Shakes, Dum Dum Girls, The Helio Sequence, Kurt Vile, Cloud Cult, We Are Augustines, Ben Howard, Here We Go Magic, Zola Jesus, The War On Drugs, Shearwater, Cass McCombs, Active Child, Trampled By Turtles, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Araabmuzik, Star Slinger, L.A. Riots, Com Truise, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, I Break Horses, Walk The Moon, Dry The River, Allen Stone, Pickwick, Hey Marseilles, Gary Clark Jr., Purity Ring, Electric Guest, Yellow Ostrich, Nobody Beats The Drum, Coeur De Pirate, Lord Huron, Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside, Beat Connection, The Sheepdogs, Hey Rosetta!, Said The Whale, Howlin Rain, Gardens & Villa, Felix Cartal, Craft Spells, Vintage Trouble, Poor Moon, Black Whales, Gold Leaves, Greylag, Awesome Tapes From Africa
Thee Satisfaction, Dyme Def, Fresh Espresso, The Physics, Sol, Metal Chocolates, Grynch, Spac3man, Don’t Talk To The Cops, Scribes, Fatal Lucciauno, Fly Moon Royalty, Katie Kate

2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival Lineup:

Foo Fighters, Death Cab For Cutie, Modest Mouse , Wilco, The Flaming Lips (performing The Soft Bulletin & more), The Decemberists, Bright Eyes, Iron & Wine, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Bassnectar, Robyn, Flogging Molly, Death From Above 1979, Pink Martini, Cold War Kids, Old 97’s, Ratatat, Wolf Parade, Chromeo, Guided By Voices, Yeasayer, Beach House, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Local Natives, Matt & Kim, Deerhunter, Mstrkrft, Trailer Park Boys, Sleigh Bells, Major Lazer, Flying Lotus, Skrillex, Tokyo Police Club, Fitz & The Tantrums, !!!, Archers of Loaf, Against Me!, The Thermals, Best Coast, CSS, Surfer Blood, Jenny & Johnny, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Head & The Heart, Bonobo (DJ Set), City and Colour, Reggie Watts, K-Os, Gayngs, Tim Minchin, The Drums, The Radio Dept, Young the Giant, The Antlers, Sharon Van Etten, Villagers, Stornoway, Aloe Blacc, Black Mountain, Moondoggies, Noah & The Whale, Sam Roberts Band, Secret Sisters, Twin Shadow, Das Racist, Wye Oak, Tig Notaro, Wheedle’s Groove, Smith Westerns, Rival Schools, Foster the People, Alberta Cross, S. Carey, White Denim, Washed Out, Gold Panda, Dan Mangan, Axis of Awesome, The Globes, Cotton Jones, Jaill, Mad Rad, Basia Bulat, Other Lives, The Bronx, White Arrows, Pepper Rabbit, Talkdemonic, Rebecca Gates and The Consortium, The Young Evils

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Sasquatch fans are getting as hard to find as a mythical beast.

Only "11,000 ticket holders" showed up to this year's Sasquatch! music festival over the Memorial Day weekend, according to the Grant County Sheriff's Office.

"That's about 50% of what normally attends," the office told the Oregonian. Last year's reported attendance was around 25,000.

The final numbers were lower than the rumors floating around the Gorge Amphitheatre over the festival weekend--15,000 was the count I heard--but it was clear in the venue and at the campgrounds that the fest's population had dropped sharply from previous years.

Representatives for the festival and promoter Live Nation did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The missing attendees represent millions of dollars in lost ticket fees, camping passes, VIP packages and concessions--nearly $5 million in ticket sales alone, at the festival's $350-per-pass rate. Sasquatch!, which no longer offers single-day passes, began selling tickets in January, before its lineup announcement.

Where did it go wrong? The festival, which faced difficulties on Sunday as a handful of main stage acts were rescheduled or cancelled due to high winds, otherwise offered a seemingly ordinary fest experience. In some ways, Sasquatch! improved in 2016, offering second-chance performances from a handful of acts at a Toyota-sponsored new stage and adding a concert live-stream for the first time this year. The broadcast, akin to those offered by Coachella, Primavera and other major events, reached a wider online audience and offered a new revenue stream.

But 2016's event didn't bring the star power fans may have expected. Notably absent this year were the headline-grabbing reunions making the festival rounds elsewhere: the return of Guns N' Roses and indie-dance favorites LCD Soundsystem, who were marquee draws at the season-opening Coachella and perhaps too spendy for Sasquatch! And there was no superstar hip-hop name: 2015 had Kendrick Lamar, 2014 offered an OutKast reunion set and 2013 featured an ascendant Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, while 2016's biggest names were A$AP Rocky and Big Boi side project Big Grams.

2015 also had a headlining performance from a chart-topping pop star, Lana Del Rey, while this year offered dance acts Disclosure and Major Lazer (both well-attended), the Cure, and Florence + The Machine as its top names. 2015 in particular was a who's who of standout acts, with indie favorites Tame Impala, James Blake, Spoon, St. Vincent, Hot Chip, the War on Drugs, Father John Misty, Future Islands, Courtney Barnett and Sharon Van Etten all fleshing out the year's draw. Still, a year-to-year lineup comparison likely doesn't tell the whole story--especially compared to events such as Coachella, which have their own gravity, selling thousands of tickets before announcing a single performer.

Another factor was the weak Canadian dollar: anecdotally, the festival usually fields a strong showing from up north, but Sasquatch! expenses may have been too much to bear with the exchange rate reaching its lowest point in over a decade this year. Outdoor music festivals have also sprouted up in Canada, as they have across the U.S., adding to the regional competition: among them, the Pemberton Music Festival, founded in 2014, will tap Pearl Jam, The Killers, J. Cole, Snoop Dogg, Kaskade and more for its July event.

Sasquatch! faced a previous setback in 2014, when it scheduled a second, 4th of July weekend festival--and cancelled it after weak sales. That didn't initially seem to impact its Memorial Day weekend event's popularity, however.

Whatever the reason, if the event took a hit this year, it's not letting on: "Thank you," the Sasquatch! website reads. "See you next year! Memorial Day Weekend 2017."

-- David Greenwald
[email protected]
503-294-7625; @davidegreenwald
Instagram: Oregonianmusic

Sours: https://www.oregonlive.com/music/2016/06/sasquatch_festival_2016_attendance_drop.html

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Sasquatch 2016

The 2016 Sasquatch Festival lineup has been announced! Sasquatch will once again be a four day event over Memorial Day Weekend (May 27 – 30) at the Gorge. Tickets start at $350 and camping will cost $150 per vehicle (tip: bring cash to pay for parking at the campground entrance, if you get charged it is typically cheaper than purchasing online). Payment plans are available.

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Lineup (Electronic acts are underlined, please let us know if we missed any):
Florence & The Machine
The Cure
Disclosure
Major Lazer
Alabama Shakes
A$Ap Rocky
Sufjan Stevens
M83
Grimes
Chet Faker
Leon Bridges
Jamie xx
Purity Ring
Tycho
Allen Stone
Mac Demarco
Digable Planets
Lord Huron
Kurt Vile
Big Grams (Big Boi + Phantogram)
Rudimental
Caribou
X Ambassadors
Four Tet
The Internet
Yo La Tengo
Yeasayer
Andra Day
Børns
Oh Wonder
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
M. Ward
Todd Terje
Ty Segall & The Muggers
Savages
Frightened Rabbit
Alina Baraz
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Blind Pilot
Wolf Alice
Vince Staples
Marian Hill
Baauer
Saint Motel
Baroness
Casey Veggies
Vic Mensa
Ibeyi
Oddisee
Noah Gundersen
Wet
Chelsea Wolfe
Houndmouth
Raury
Shamir
Julia Holter
Titus Andronicus
Telekinesis
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Beat Connection
Lany
Protomartyr
The Twilight Sad
Speedy Ortiz
Son Little
Shannon & The Clams
Tamaryn
Soak
La Luz
Kaleo
Kevin Garrett
Bully
Autolux
Tacocat
Deep Sea Diver
Joseph
Hop Along
Baio
Marcus Marr
Hibou
Brothers From Another
John Mark Nelson
Briana Marela
Summer Cannibals
Bayonne
Iska Dhaaf
Sir The Baptist
Conner Youngblood
Oscar
Grace Love & The True Loves
Thunderpussy
Wimps
Dave B
Mindie Lind
The Dip
Fauna Shade
Tangerine
Ruler

 
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The Sasquatch! Festival's 2016 lineup was revealed last night, and it's quite a collection of acts trekking out to the Gorge Amphitheatre this May 27–30. The Cure, Florence and the Machine, Alabama Shakes, Sufjan Stevens, Grimes, A$AP Rocky, Disclosure, and Major Lazer top the bill for this year's festival. Other worthwhile notables headed to the Gorge this Memorial Day weekend include Digable Planets, Leon Bridges, Allen Stone, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Vince Staples, Caribou, Bully, Protomartyr, and Speedy Ortiz. The comedy slate features Scharpling and Wurster, Natasha Leggero, Todd Barry, Lauren Lapkus, and more. And, of course, tons of our local favorite litter the lineup including Tacocat, Deep Sea Diver, Telekinesis, Wimps, Brother From Another, and Briana Marela. See y'all at the Gorge.

Four-day passes for Sasquatch! Festival 2016 are on sale now at via Ticketmaster for $350 (VIP tickets are also available and single passes run up to $1,300). Gorge camping is sold separately, starting at $150 and going up to a (ridiculous) $2,500 glamping package.

Sasquatch! Festival 2016 Lineup:

The Cure | Florence and the Machine | Disclosure | Alabama Shakes | Major Lazer | A$AP Rocky | Sufjan Stevens | Grimes | M83 | Chet Faker | Leon Bridges | Jamie xx | Purity Ring | Tycho | Allen Stone | Mac DeMarco | Digable Planets | Lord Huron | Kurt Vile | Caribou | Big Grams | Rudimental |X Ambassadors | Four Tet | The Internet | Yo La Tengo | Yeasayer | Andra Day | Børns | Oh Wonder | Unknown Mortal Orchestra | M. Ward | Todd Terje | Ty Segall and the Muggers | Savages | Frightened Rabbit | Alina Baraz | Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats | Blind Pilot | Wolf Alice | Vince Staples | Marian Hill | Baauer | Saint Motel | Baroness | Casey Veggies | Vic Mensa | Ibeyi | Oddisee | Noah Gundersen | Wet | Chelsea Wolfe | Houndmouth | Raury | Shamir | Julia Holter | Titus Andronicus | Telekinesis | King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard | Beat Connection | Lany | Protomartyr | The Twilight Sad | Speedy Ortiz | Bully | Tacocat | Deep Sea Diver | Hop Along | Son Little | Shannon and the Clams | Tamaryn | Soak | La Luz | Kaleo | Kevin Garrett | Autolux | Joseph | Baio | Marcus Marr | Hibou | Brothers From Another | John Mark Nelson | Briana Marela | Summer Cannibals | Wimps | Bayonne | Iska Dhaaf | Sir The Baptist | Conner Youngblood | Oscar | Grace Love and the True Loves | Thunderpussy | Dave B | Tangerine | Mindie Lind | The Dip | Fauna Shade | Ruler

Comedy: Natasha Leggero | Todd Barry | The Lucas Bros | Moshe Kasher | Scharpling and Wurster | Lauren Lapkus | Dave Hill | Mark Normand

Sasquatch! Festival 2016
May 27–30, Gorge Amphitheatre, $350–$1,300 (Camping $150–$2,500)

Sours: https://www.seattlemet.com/arts-and-culture/2016/01/sasquatch-festival-2016-lineup-announced

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Sasquatch! Festival Announces 2018 Lineup

Another year, another Sasquatch! Festival. Held every Memorial Day Weekend in George, WA, the 2018 headliners included Bon Iver, The National, Modest Mouse and David Byrne. Also on the docket is Tyler, The Creator, Ray Lamontagne, Anderson .PAAK and Spoon. Check below for the full list of performers plus ticket info.

Sasquatch! Tickets

Sasquatch tickets go on sale Saturday, February 10 at 10am. Three-day passes start at $325 + $20 for shipping. The official website has detailed pricing info. Miss the onsale or the event sold out? Check out what SeatGeek has to offer, or view tickets below.

Sasquatch! Festival 2018 Dates

May 25-27 @ The Gorge, George, WA

Sasquatch! Festival 2018 Lineup

Bon Iver
The National
Modest Mouse
David Byrne
Tyler
The Creator
Ray Lamontagne
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
Spoon
Grizzly Bear
Explosions In The Sky
Neko Case
Vince Staples
TV On The Radio
Slowdive
Tash Sultana
Thundercat
Shakey Graves
Tune-Yards
Wolf Parade
Japandroids
Snakehips
What So Not
Jai Wolf
Perfume Genius
Noname
Lizzo
Margo Price
Petit Biscuit
Nao
Hippo Campus
Tokimonsta
Julien Baker
Pedro The Lion
Whitney
Pup
Pond
Tank & The Bangas
Jlin
Pickwick
Thunderpussy
Tyler Childers
Girlpool
Big Thief
Hurray For The Riff Raff
Japanese Breakfast
(Sandy) Alex G
Curtis Harding
Rostam
Lemaitre
Gang of Youths
Dhani Harrison
Jacob Banks
Algiers
Sango
Chastity Belt
Jeff Rosenstock
Son Little
Typhoon
Barclay Crenshaw
Benjamin Clementine
Too Many Zooz
The Garden
Oliver
The Suffers
Phoebe Bridgers
White Reaper
Alex Lahey
Escort
Charly Bliss
Taco
Giants In The Trees
The Weather Station
Aquilo
Magic Sword
Wilderado
Polyrhythmics
Mimicking Birds
CCFX
Choir! Choir! Choir!
Bread & Butter

Sasquatch! Festival 2017 Lineup

Twenty One Pilots
Frank Ocean
Chance The Rapper
The Head & The Heart
The Shins
MGMT
Phantogram
Mac Miller
Bonobo
Rüfüs Du Sol
Kaytranada
Big Gigantic
Bleachers
Kiiara
Bomba Estereo
Bob Moses
Aesop Rock
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Vulfpeck
Car Seat Headrest
Catfish & The Bottlemen
American Football
Mount Kimbie
Thee Oh Sees
Foxygen
Jagwar Ma
The Strumbellas
Kungs
The Radio Dept.
Manatee Commune
Fakear
The Hotelier
Mondo Cozmo
Moses Sumney
White Lung
Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Arkells
Cigarettes After Sex
July Talk
Sales
Boogie
Joey Purp
Kaiydo
Corey Harper
Klangstof
Flint Eastwood
IHF
Hoops
Kyle Craft
Courtney Marie Andrews
Saint Mesa
Los Colognes
Porter Ray
Gazebos
Comedy
Fred Armisen
Sasheer Zamata
Nate Bargatze
Beth Stelling
Sal Vulcano
Alice Wetterlund
Sam Morril
Emmett Montgomery
Yogi Paliwal

Past Sasquatch! Festival Lineups

Sasquatch! Festival 2016 Lineup

Florence & The Machine
The Cure
Disclosure
Major Lazer
Alabama Shakes
A$AP Rocky
Sufjan Stevens
M83
Grimes
Chet Faker
Leon Bridges
Jamie xx
Purity Ring
Tycho
Allen Stone
Mac Demarco
Digable Planets
Lord Huron
Kurt Vile
Big Grams (Big Boi + Phantogram)
Rudimental
Caribou
X Ambassadors
Four Tet
The Internet
Yo La Tengo
Yeasayer
Andra Day
Børns
Oh Wonder
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
M. Ward
Todd Terje
Ty Segall & The Muggers
Savages
Frightened Rabbit
Alina Baraz
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Blind Pilot
Wolf Alice
Vince Staples
Marian Hill
Baauer
Saint Motel
Baroness
Casey Veggies
Vic Mensa
Ibeyi
Oddisee
Noah Gundersen
Wet
Chelsea Wolfe
Houndmouth
Raury
Shamir
Julia Holter
Titus Andronicus
Telekinesis
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Beat Connection
Lany
Protomartyr
The Twilight Sad
Speedy Ortiz
Son Little
Shannon & The Clams
Tamaryn
Soak
La Luz
Kaleo
Kevin Garrett
Bully
Autolux
Tacocat
Deep Sea Diver
Joseph
Hop Along
Baio
Marcus Marr
Hibou
Brothers From Another
John Mark Nelson
Briana Marela
Summer Cannibals
Bayonne
Iska Dhaaf
Sir The Baptist
Conner Youngblood
Oscar
Grace Love & The True Loves
Thunderpussy
Wimps
Dave B
Mindie Lind
The Dip
Fauna Shade
Tangerine
Ruler
(And More…)
(Comedy Lineup)
Natasha Leggero
The Lucas Bros
Todd Barry
Moshe Kasher
Scharpling & Wurster
Lauren Lapkus
Dave Hill
Mark Normand

Sasquatch! Festival 2015 Lineup

Kendrick Lamar
Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters
Modest Mouse
Lana Del Rey
Ryan Adams
Of Monsters and Men
The Decemberists
Tame Impala
St. Vincent
Flume
Spoon
James Blake
Chromeo
Hot Chip
Sbtrkt
Schoolboy Q
The New Pornographers
The War On Drugs
The Glitch Mob
Little Dragon
Gogol Bordello
Father John Misty
Run The Jewels
Jose Gonzalez
Jenny Lewis
Milky Chance
Twenty One Pilots

Kiesza
Real Estate
Future Islands
Odesza
Royal Blood
Ab-Soul
Shovels & Rope
Glass Animals
Sohn
Jungle
Sharon Van Etten
Action Bronson
Perfume Genius
Dilated Peoples
Cashmere Cat
Sylvan Esso
Temples
Rustie
Milo Greene
Woods
Shakey Graves
Courtney Barnett
Slow Magic
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Benjamin Booker
The Budos Band
The Knocks
King Tuff
Sam Lachow
Dan Mangan + Blacksmith
Fences
Phox
San Fermin
Black Pistol Fire
Alvvays
Fuzz
Strand of Oaks
Raury
Will Butler
The Districts
Twin Peaks
Ruen Brothers
Kate Tempest
Quilt
Merchandise
Hiss Golden Messenger
Nothing
Bishop Nehru
Ex Hex
Diarrhea Planet
Ought
Lizzo
Natalie Prass
Tala
Blank Range
Rose Windows
Grynch
My Goodness
The Young Evils
The Maldives
Kinski
S (Jenn Ghetto)
Porter Ray
Black Whales
Cataldo
Manatee Commune
Smokey Brights
Thunderpussy
Shaprece
Vox Mod
DJAO
Ayron Jones & The Way
Murder Vibes
and more

Comedy Acts:
Doug Benson
Leslie Jones
Pete Davidson
Cameron Esposito
Chris Gethard
Nick Thune
Emmett Montgomery and Yogi Paliwal.

Sasquatch! Festival 2014 Lineup

Outkast
The National
Queens of the Stone Age
M.I.A.
Foster the People
Kid Cudi,
Haim
Neko Case
Foals
Major Lazer
Cut Copy
Die Antwoord
Elbow
Violent Femmes
The Naked And Famous
Cage The Elephant
Mogwai
Tylerthe Creator
Chance The Rapper
Portugal. The Man
Rudimental
Boys Noize
Gesaffelstein
Cold War Kids
City and Colour
Phantogram
First Aid Kit
Tune-Yards
Yelle
AlunaGeorge
Panda Bear
Phosphorescent
Bob Mould
Washed Out
Band of Skulls
Austra
Parquet Courts
Damien Jurado
Deafheaven
Big Freedia
Classixx
Black Joe Lewis
Liars
Tourist
Ryan Hemsworth
Tokimonsta
Chet Faker
Banks
The Dodos
And more

Sasquatch! Festival 2013 Lineup

Mumford & Sons
The Postal Service
Sigur Ros
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Vampire Weekend
The xx
The Lumineers
Arctic Monkeys
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Cake
Primus 3D
Empire of the Sun
Imagine Dragons
Bloc Party
Andrew Bird
Grimes
Dropkick Murphys
Built to Spill
Alt-J
Steve Aoki
Disclosure
Laidback Luke
Azealia Banks
Tame Impala
Father John Misty
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
The Tallest Man on Earth
Devendra Banhart
The Presets
Schoolboy Q & Ab-Soul
Danny Brown
Earl Sweatshirt
Killer Mike
And more

Sours: https://seatgeek.com/tba/festivals/sasquatch-tickets-lineup-dates-schedule/


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