GEORGE — Fans flock to the Gorge Amphitheatre for another year of concerts and camping. These currently scheduled shows from May-September 2023 include returning festival favorites Watershed Festival and Above & Beyond, as well as the regular stop by Dave Matthews Band for Labor Day weekend. The Gorge Amphitheatre, 754 Silica Road NW, George, does have camping sites available for some shows at an additional cost. Ticket prices are subject to change by the host and do not include booking fees and incidental charges, while some ticket prices are only valid if purchased in pairs or groups. The Gorge's website is embedded in Live Nation's website which can be found by searching "The gorge live nation" on a web browser. Camping details are also found on another website which can be found on gorgecamping.com.
May 27 & 28
Illenium plays a mix of pounding bass hits and acoustic ballads.
$138-$626 tickets with two-day passes available.
June 9 &10
Brandi Carlile rocks with "Echoes through the Canyon," and Joni Mitchell joins on day two.
$56-$5,376 tickets with two-day passes available.
The Highwomen and Tanya Tucker play a third day of "Echoes through the Canyon" as a Grammy-winning country supergroup, and a legendary singer-songwriter.
June 17 & 18
Beyond Wonderland is an electronic dance music festival.
$385-$1,847 tickets with two-day passes available.
July 7 & 8
Dead & Company is a spin-off band with John Mayer and original members of Grateful Dead who play hits and originals.
$263-$4,982 tickets with two-day passes available.
Above & Beyond is a house/trance music trio showcasing an electronic dance music spectacle called the Group Weekender.
$284-$658 tickets with three-day passes available.
Watershed Festival is the state's largest country music event with Keith Urban, Luke Bryan and Cody Johnson headlining.
$456-$5,665 tickets with three-day passes available.
Dave Matthews Band plays from 25 years of music with impromptu jams.
$77-$5,476 tickets with three-day passes available.
The Lumineers and James Bay play folk-rock with warm music and mellow jamming.
Eric Church, Jelly Roll and Hailey Whitters take the stage on The Outsiders revival tour.
Note: Additional shows are scheduled throughout the year and this list only reflects what is currently scheduled and made public.
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