A Sasquatch! playlist

The month of May is here, which means it’s almost time to head east to the Gorge for the Sasquatch! Music Festival. The lineup is amazing and the day by day schedule is now up on the Sasquatch website. There aren’t as many conflicts for me as in prior years, but you will want to start planning out your days early so you know when you need to be where once you get out there.

I will get my festival track up a few days before I head out to the Gorge and once I’m on site there will be plenty of coverage pouring in. In the meantime, I put together a playlist of some of my favorite songs from artists playing Sasquatch this year.

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