Seattle’s Ivan & Alyosha on Timber festival bill

The very first Timber! Outdoor Music Festival takes place in Carnation this weekend and there are still some tickets and campsites left. I don’t expect tickets will last much longer considering this is an Artist Home production and pretty much everything they put together sells out.

With last week’s sad news that River Giant had broken up there was a gap left in the Timber! lineup. No worries for attendees since Seattle’s Ivan &Alyosha quickly jumped on board to fill the vacancy. So the already stacked lineup just got that much better.

Get your tickets to the very first Timber! Outdoor Music Festival for $45. It is pretty rare to find a weekend music festival at that price, especially with a lineup this great.

Check out the new video from Ivan &Alyosha:

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