3 Reasons Why You Should Come To Timber! Outdoor Music Festival This Year

What's better than listening to live music? Listening to live music while camping in the pristine nature of the Pacific Northwest. Timber! Outdoor Music Fest is back and it's looking pretty damn good this year.

Now in it's third year, the fine folks at Seattle production company, Artist Home have been showcasing some of the finest acts in the Pacific Northwest in one special festival. Taking place on July 16 - 18 in Carnation, WA, an amazing line up of some of the best regional acts will be playing within the beautiful setting of King County's Tolt-Macdonald Park. Go here to get tickets.

If you're not convinced yet, here are three reasons why you should go...

1. The lineup is amazing

David Bazan

David Bazan

The Dead Milkmen

The Dead Milkmen

La Luz

La Luz

Every year, Timber! brings in some of the most talented and innovative acts in the part of the world. Spanning bands that have made a name for themselves like The Dead Milkmen, David Bazan and La Luz, to exciting up and comers like Bat Manors and Evening Bell, there's music for everyone. Not only will you get a chance to see all of these bands in one place, you'll get to see out of the comfort of your tent.

 

2. We're hosting a panel on Music Licensing

We will be hosting an hour long talk on July 17, discussing what music licensing means for the independent artist in our very own Marmoset Yurt. Our Artist Relations Manager, Brandon Day, Digital Team Lead, Shane Geiger and Music Licensing Guru, David Katz will be leading the discussion and will give a broad overview of music licensing for advertising and indie film and will be available for Q&A. More to come.

 

3. There's more than music

Part of what makes this festival so special is the abundance of outdoor activities you can participate in geared toward the whole family. Ranging from a 5k run/walk, hiking, mountain biking and kayaking, you'll get a chance to get out, break routine and enjoy the incredible beauty that is so unique to the area. 

Who's coming?

Posted on July 8, 2015 and filed under Music.