Get the 2017 Sasquatch lineup and ticket information for the music festival May 26-28 in Washington. Read our 2017 Sasquatch Festival Guide and get important information!
The 2017 Sasquatch lineup below shows all of the major artists performing at the Sasquatch Festival from May 26-28 at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington. Read our Sasquatch Festival Guide below for tips and information on tickets, parking, and more!
The Sasquatch music festival is a yearly event taking place over Memorial Day weekend in George, Washington, which is approximately 150 miles east of Seattle. The event celebrates the best hip hop, alternative rock, indie rock, and electronica. This year, the 2017 Sasquatch lineup is headlined by twenty-one pilots, Chance the Rapper, and Frank Ocean.
For a complete 2017 Sasquatch festival guide, including lineup, tickets, hotels and more, read on below:
2017 Sasquatch Lineup
- Frank Ocean
Chance The Rapper
Twenty One Pilots
The Head and the Heart
Car Seat Headrest
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Catfish & The Bottlemen
Rufus Du Sol
Thee Oh Sees
The Radio Dept.
2017 Sasquatch Tickets
For Sasquatch tickets, head over to the direct Sasquatch Ticketmaster page to buy weekend or single day passes.
2017 Sasquatch Accommodations
The recommended way to enjoy Sasquatch is through on-site camping accommodations (open Thursday, May 25th at 1pm) as follows:
- Standard Camping – $99.50 per vehicle (up to six people). Tents or vehicles less than 40 feet long only. Click here to buy Sasquatch camping passes.
- Premier Camping – $249 per vehicle (up to six people). Tents or RVs allowed, free showed, sectioned off area, and premium vies of the Gorge. Click here to buy Sasquatch camping passes.
- Gold Camping – $359 per vehicle (up to six people). Tents only, near amphitheatre, free showers, short walk to main gate. Click here to buy Sasquatch camping passes.
- Terrace Camping – $499 per vehicle (up to six people). Private area, premium spot, concierge service, complimentary breakfast pastries and coffee, shuttle to the amphitheatre. Click here to buy Sasquatch camping passes.
To find the festival, here are some Sasquatch directions from each direction around the amphitheatre:
- From Seattle: Take I-90 east and exit #143 Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs approximately 6 miles. Approximately 3 hours total.
- From Spokane: Take I-90 west and exit #149 Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs approximately 7 miles. Approximately 3 hours total
- From Quincy: Take Highway 281 south, Beverly-Burke Road, Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs approximately 7 miles. Approximately 25 minutes total
- From Portland: Take I-84 east, Hwy 97 north, I-90 east, exit #143. Follow Amphitheatre signs approximately 6 miles. Approximately 5 hours total.
- From Vancouver: Take I-5 south to I-90 eastbound. Follow I-90 east to exit #143 Gorge Amphitheatre. Follow Amphitheatre signs approximately 6 miles. Approximately 5 hours total.
Sasquatch Festival Guide Tips
- You CAN bring a camera without zoom, a stroller, one 20-oz sealed bottle of water, a backpack, and a 1 gallon bag worth of snacks.
- You CANNOT bring any alcohol, glass, lawn chairs, laser pointers, animals, bicycles, recording devices, or weapons.
- It is recommended that you bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a light jacket for the evening. You will be allowed re-entry with your pass if you forget anything.
- Lockers will be available to rent on-site to store your valuables and free phone charging is included inside of each locker.
- There will be a wide variety of food and drink trucks around the site.
And there is your 2017 Sasquatch lineup and festival guide!