Pickathon Music Festival takes place in Happy Valley Oregon, and was created to be one of the best festival experiences by fans for fans. Enjoy yourself at the multiple stages and then wind down and relax at the campgrounds. The festival takes place almost smack dab in the middle of the forest giving it an off-the-beaten-path kind of feel. It’s only natural that getting tickets to such a festival can be tricky, here are a few tips on how to get them before they are gone.
The first thing you want to do that saves you a lot of time and effort is to sign up for the festival’s newsletter. After you sign up you will start receiving emails on all the latest news and special offers about the festival. It’s also a good idea to like and follow them on Facebook and Twitter to make sure you don’t miss any news. Be sure to subscribe to them on youtube to catch all their videos as they are released.
Before tickets are available you should figure out what type of ticket you and your friends and family want. Here are the types of tickets available:
- Weekend Pass
- Teen Weekend Pass
- Early Thursday Entry Pass
- Friday Pass
- Saturday Pass
- Sunday Pass
Curation brunch and dinner series:
- Thursday Dinner
- Friday Brunch
- Friday Dinner
- Saturday Brunch
- Saturday Dinner
- Sunday Brunch
Go here for more information about all festival passes
After you know what tickets you will purchase you can check out parking and camping options:
- Weekend Parking
- Friday Parking
- Saturday Parking
- Sunday Parking
- RV Parking
- Car Camping Weekend Parking
- Carefree Campsite Package
- Homestead Campsite Package
Be sure to go here for details about all parking and camping options.
Do you know what you can or can’t bring to Pickathon? On the festival’s website there is a dedicated section to helping you know what you should pack while attending the festival. To see this go here.
Prepare yourself as much as possible before you attend. Checkout the festival’s map, figure out all the logistics and plan for any situation.
Those are all the tips that we have to help you get tickets to the festival. If you have any question you can contact the festival via email at email@example.com or you can ask us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.