Meet the new Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival

Last summer we spent a lot of time talking about the newest music festival from Artist Home Booking, Timber! Outdoor Music Fest, and understandably so. After just one year, Timber! has already become a favorite of many festival goers in the Pacific Northwest thanks to care that went into making the it’s inaugural year feel as special as it did.

Now the wonderful folks behind Timber! are hard at work on something new. Allow me to introduce you to the Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival.

Timbrrr! will take place in Leavenworth Jan. 10 and 11. Tickets are currently available for $45, which is a pretty darn good deal considering it is a fraction of the cost of most other music festivals in the area. Timbrrr! has made lodging easy and affordable by listing partner hotels on their website that you can book a room or a suite with for the weekend. I was a little worried about the cost of lodging in Leavenworth in the winter, but I am proud to say I was able to book a two-bedroom hotel room for just $90 a night for the festival.

The idea of a music festival in the winter wonderland that is Leavenworth was enough to get me on board. Then Timbrrr! released the first batch of bands that will be performing and I couldn’t be more excited.

Check the initial lineup below and go get your tickets.

  • Hey Marseilles
  • Telekinesis
  • The Moondoggies
  • Radiation City
  • The Lonely Forest
  • You Me &Apollo
  • Cataldo
  • Battleme
  • Hannalee
  • Barna Howard

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