Breaking Sasquatch! news: Discounted 4-day passes

My favorite music festival is jumping in on the black Friday madness this year. This announcement just went up on the Sasquatch! Music Festival Facebook page:

“On the heels of a highly successful, critically acclaimed sold-out 2012 festival, Sasquatch! Music Festival is set to return for 2013. The festival will run May 24-27 (Memorial Day Weekend) at The Gorge—the internationally acclaimed concert venue carved in the basalt cliffs high above the Columbia River Gorge in Quincy, WA. A limited number of special discounted 4-day festival passes will be available in time for the holiday gift season on Friday, November 23 at 9 a.m. (PST) via sasquatchfestival.com and will remain available through 11:59 p.m. December 31 (or while supplies last). The festival’s complete lineup will be announced in February!”

These four day passes go up in price every year. I have no idea where the price is going to be set this year but if you are planning on going I would be sure to get in on this discount while it lasts. Prices are going to go up again and the festival almost certainly will sell out again.

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