Timber! music festival will be a hot ticket

There is a new music festival coming to Washington and you are going to want to be in the know early because tickets probably won’t be available for long.

Timber! Outdoor Music Festival is about to be your newest favorite summer tradition thanks to the good folks at Artist Home. Everything Artist Home is involved with turns out amazing, and when you leave one of their events you feel like you were part of something special. Artist Home is responsible for Doe Bay Fest, Slack Fest and they book the Team Up for Nonprofits shows among other events.

“I hope it feels so much like the best summer camp for adults that spontaneous games of capture the flag and flash light tag occur” said Kevin Sur, owner of Artist Home, about Timber.

How could you not want to be a part of something like that?!

Timber! will be held July 26th and 27th in Carnation. Partial lineup announcements will be coming Tuesday next week with more bands to follow. Ticket info should be available soon as well.

Artist home is also encouraging bands who would like to play Timber! to submit here to be considered.

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