Summer Meltdown 2019- Where The Music Meets The Mountain!

Summer Meltdowns’ iconic meld of music and mountains is a must!

Surrounded by lush forests, Summer Meltdown 2019 is gearing up to bring another unforgettable festival experience to central Washington. The annual festival will take place from August 1st to the 4th, at the foot of the Whitehorse Mountain in Darrington.  Along with camping, art and good vibes, Summer Meltdown will also be delivering an incredible lineup. British composer Tipper, American rock band Umphrey’s Mcgee, and Slovenian producer Gramatik are bringing their best shows to the woods! Along with those acts, Nahko and Medicine for the People, The Polish Ambassador, and Clozee will also be headlining. Nestled deep in the Cascade Mountains, the 4-day celebration is open to all ages while providing ample accommodations for all. With this being the 14th year at the venue, the festival team has evolved to create a comfortable, passionate and exciting celebration in nature. 

“largest locally-produced independent camping and music festival in the Pacific Northwest” -Seattle Weekly

You can expect to see world class acts, handmade art and a beautiful environment along with some unexpected surprises! Workshops and instillation projects are in the works, carefully curating an immersive and engaging experience. There will also be a wonderful array of food and merchandise vendors to explore. The Kids Zone is the perfect place to find nature crafts, face-painting, dress-up, workshops, jewelry and gift making and more. For the older crowd, the beer garden is a great place to relax while enjoying some tasty craft beer. If you’re craving more adventure, there are opportunities for river rafting, kayaking, tubing and horseback riding. Likewise, you can take it calm and soak in the river or groove at the late night tent. Whatever your adventure, the vibrant community that Summer Meltdown is know for is sure to inspire magic in your heart.

For passes and more information visit the Summer Meltdown website!

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