The Sasquatch! Music Festival announced its 2013 lineup on Monday, and while people were wild about the acts, which include Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Postal Service and Mumford and Sons, there was grumbling about the ticketing policy. Seattletimes.com commenters and Facebook and Twitter users were all asking about single-day ticket sales.
Here’s the deal: Right now, only the four-day passes, which cost $337.50 each, are available. That does not include camping and parking fees, and of course food and beverages are extra.
Here’s how to buy: The Internet ticket presale, on now, runs until 10 p.m. on Friday (Feb 8). If last year is any indication, single-day tickets may never be available because the four-day passes sell out so easily.
Tickets for the general public will be available at 10 a.m. on Saturday (Feb. 9) here.
Posts on the official Sasquatch Festival Facebook page indicate that plenty of people are asking for single-day tickets.
The Sasquatch! Festival is May 24-27 at the Gorge Amphitheatre.