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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Last Week to Buy 4 Peaks Tickets at Advance Pricing

Posted By on Sat, Apr 16, 2011 at 3:00 PM

The 4 Peaks Music Festival is back on this year and they've returned to their original spot out at Tumalo's Rockin' A Ranch.

The festival, set for July 15 and 16, currently includes Poor Man's Whiskey, New Monsoon, Elephant Revival, Acorn Project and several other rootsy acts. This year's event is on a more intimate scale, so you might want to get tickets soon...especially if you want to save some money.

On April 20, tickets (which include passes to both nights and camping) will increase from $40 to $50. They are onsale now and you can click here to buy yours.

By the way, we're in the middle of putting together a massive Summer Concert Guide for next month, so take a look at that for plenty more information on 4 Peaks and all the other outdoor shows coming our way this summer.


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