Voted time and time again as one of the best outdoor concert venues in the world, The Gorge Amphitheatre creates a stunning backdrop for some of the greatest live music events on earth. Known for its gorgeous mountain views and award winning campgrounds, the Gorge is easily accessible to the entire US Pacific Northwest region as well as British Columbia.
From Seattle, WA (~3 hours):
Take I-90 east to exit #143 for Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs for ~6 miles.
From Spokane, WA (~3 hours):
Take I-90 west to exit #149 for Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs ~7 miles.
From Quincy, WA (~25 minutes):
Take Highway 281 south to Beverly-Burke Road, Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs ~7 miles.
From Portland, OR (~5 hours):
Take I-84 east, to Hwy 97 north, to I-90 east, then exit #143 for Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs ~6 miles.
From Vancouver, BC (~5 hours):
Take I-5 south to I-90 eastbound. Follow I-90 east to exit #143 Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs ~6 miles.
We’re happy to offer beers and spirits to all our 21+ guests at our concessions and bars. Don’t forget to bring your ID or we can’t serve you!
You may bring one 20oz factory sealed bottle of water onto Amphitheatre grounds. No other outside beverages are allowed.
Instead of adding plastic waste to the environment, reduce your footprint and bring a reusable water bottle! You’ll be able to refill it with free, purified water all around the Amphitheatre. We’ll have official Bass Canyon water bottles for sale, too.
We will have a wide selection of food concessions, specialty food trucks and other snacks around the Amphitheatre, including vegetarian and vegan options.
We have partnered with Bus.com help you get to and from The Gorge. See Shuttles for more info.
Perfect for driving from an airport or anywhere else.
All GA and VIP ticketholders are entitled to regular day parking at The Gorge for no additional charge, Friday through Sunday. Parking gates will open at 11:30am and close when the show ends. There is NO overnight parking except for camping. (See CAMPING)
Parking areas are well marked, well lit and secure. For disabled guests, follow signage for handicapped parking when you arrive. Venue staff will guide you as you arrive so follow their guidance and signage carefully.
NOTE: BY ORDER OF THE GRANT COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT, THERE IS NO PARKING OR CAMPING ON COUNTY ROADS OR PRIVATE PROPERTY LEADING TO OR ADJACENT TO THE VENUE.
County ordinances also strictly prohibit the consumption of alcoholic beverages in the parking lot. This will be strictly enforced. That means no pre-parties in the lot, sorry!
Although many vendors at The Gorge will accept credit and debit cards, we recommend carrying some cash for safety and convenience. There will be ATMs located around the venue, marked on your festival map.
The Bass Canyon Merch Booth can be found on the event map, where we’ll be carrying a massive selection of official Bass Canyon merch, Excision merch and other artist merch. Stop by early in the festival for first dibs on your favorite styles and popular sizes!
If you don’t arrive by car and require additional help getting to the main festival site, a shuttle is available to transport you from the main entrance drop off at a point near the main stage accessible area. Please see a staff member on arrival.
Temperatures at the Gorge tend to be much warmer than in Seattle. Check the weather while you’re packing! Temperatures will drop in the evening so make sure to bring layers, campers especially. In the daytime, don’t forget to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen.
The festival will go on rain or shine so make sure you bring your rain gear too!
We’re looking for hard-working, passionate folks to help make the inaugural Bass Canyon amazing for all our fans. More information on applying to volunteer coming soon! Stay tuned for announcements on our social media pages.