The Gorge Amphitheatre - Washington

One of the most scenic outdoor venues in the country, the Gorge Amphitheatre offers breathtaking views of the Columbia River Valley just northeast of Quincy, Washington. It’s easy to see why the 20,000-plus-seat amphitheater has consistently ranked as one of the top outdoor venues in America by a range of media outlets.

Van Halen, Pearl Jam, Rush, Radiohead, Metallica and the Police are among the musical legends that have rocked the stage at the Gorge. Aside from concerts, the venue plays host to major music festivals such as Ozzfest and the Vans Warped Tour, and the Sasquatch! Music Festival takes place annually on Memorial Day weekend.

The Gorge Amphitheatre is located in the rural town of George in central Washington, just off I-90. There’s no public transportation available, so having a car is necessary to reach the venue. There’s no shortage of parking, and there’s also a campground onsite that’s accessible from 3 pm onward on the day of the show. The campsite has potable water, hot showers, restrooms and a convenience store. If you’d prefer a roof over your head, there are several hotels located in Quincy, which is a quick drive away.
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754 Silica Road Nw, Quincy, WA
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