The shows were wicked, the acts were top notch. I really enjoy the venue and the people who go to this festival. This year has was better than the last two years combined.
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Sasquatch! Music Festival is living up to its name in 2014, bringing the Pacific Northwest not one, but two massive holiday weekends of top-notch performances. Just as the announcement of the Labor Day lineup featuring Outkast and The National had fans feeling dizzy, the Fourth of July weekend bill topped by Soundgarden and Kraftwerk came and knocked them on their asses. Not to worry, the daze will certainly wear off in time for fans to enjoy the festival's pristine river gorge location, state-of-the-art light and sound technology, and five stages of world-class music.
Created in 2002 by Adam Zacks as a way to cater to audiences' increasingly eclectic music tastes, Sasquatch! Festival has grown to become one of the Pacific Northwest's premier summer music festivals. Featuring artists from an ever-increasing array of genres, the festival has boasted some of the biggest names in music in its 12-year existence, including Bjork, The Cure, and Nine Inch Nails. With wooded campgrounds and cleverly named stages like the Bigfoot Stage and the Yeti Stage, fans are sure to get a decidedly Pacific Northwest experience at the 2014 festival.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"This event was unforgettable. There were so many great bands and the people there were all so chill and accepting. I am definitely going again next year..."
"Sasquatch was absolutely amazing. The lineup was legendary and each artist put on a fantastic show."
"Aside from the music, the bathrooms are surprisingly clean, the food vendors at the campsite definitely palatable, and the fellow concertgoers as friendly and fun seeking as my own posse."
The staff made a real effort to ensure that guests were having fun. There was a nice blend of types of music and musicians at different points in their careers. Most of the musicians seemed to be enjoying themselves, and did a good job engaging with the audience. Enjoyed the convenience of Gold camping. The community partners were great, as was Easy Street Records. There was some crossover noise between stages, that will hopefully be addressed in future years.
Sasquatch music festival changed my life. I met so many people from all over the world, and also met a lot of my favorite bands and artists. Hoping Sasquatch will return every year, as I will support and promote Sasquatch every year and attend. Probably one of the best festivals I have EVER been to.
Sasquatch felt like its true form this year. It has been up and down over the last few years but this year felt right at home and was amazing from beginning to end. Can't wait for next year!
Beautiful venue, great music, a lot of fun. The campground was clean, grassy and an easy walk to the venue. Plenty of restrooms. Needed a bit more variety with food but otherwise great! I would highly recommend
Didn't find out bout the shuttles in Premier camping till the end, campground is pretty uneven with lots of snake holes. Did feel safe bout leaving van unattended, minus car alarms going off at night. The crowd was pretty hyped and fully torqued with plenty of substances in their systems, never seen such excited people for stoner music, maybe it was the drugs? Saw too many naked drunk dudes and heard too many trashy drunk gurl screams. Worth attending this year, but prolly my last, people talk during the sets and most bands sound shitty... Just an excuse to do drugs in the Gorge, which isn't my scene. Hard to get lost in the music with meth'd up college kids smashing beers over their own heads... I was there once and thankfully survived the self abuse!
I've been to Sasquatch 10+ times and to the Gorge for other shows 20+ times and this year, the staff was hands down the most kind, accommodating, caring, fun, and genuine I have ever seen. I saw innumerable instances of staff (in all sectors; security, gate, bag search, shuttle, campsite, beverage enforcement, etc.) going above and beyond their written responsibilities to provide a welcoming, fun, safe, and enjoyable experience. I don't know what changed with the staffing this year, but keep hiring people like this, it made a WORLD of difference to my experience and the experiences of my campmates.
Was my first festival and it was easily the most fun I’ve ever had. Will be returning for sure!
Less people every year. You got to rethink the direction this festival is going!
I haven’t been for a couple years because the line up was so thin and headliners were not of interest to me. This year was a return to a mostly indie rock but also a nice variety of interesting and talented artists from different genres.