Everyone knows of the long list of famous musicians from Seattle. But what you probably didn't know? The mighty Columbia River Gorge doubles as a concert venue and the Pacific Northwest is simply obsessed with its natural acoustics! If you want to experience it, this two-day Washington music festival in 2020 that's Alice In Wonderland-themed is the perfect place to start this summer!  

Beyond Wonderland At The Gorge is happening on June 12 and 13, 2020. 

This 18+ event will host over 56 artists and they include big names like Tiesto, Alesso, The Chainsmokers, Alan Walker, Ekali, and Felix Cartal. You can see the full lineup here. 

Tickets are on sale right now. While a general admission "experience pass" will cost you $189 for two days, you can snag a VIP package starting at $349 per person for access to cocktail lounges, glitter bars, and an actual Mad Hatter tea party. 

While you soak up the EDM fest, the entire gorge will literally be out of the pages of Alice In Wonderland.

Meaning, you can expect a curious cast of colorful characters, plenty of Insta-worthy photo-ops with gigantic floating caterpillars, mushrooms and boroughs, and over-the-top amusement rides too. 

The stages will be in fantastical "realms" converted into themes like the woods, caterpillar's gardens, and valleys too.

The best part? You can camp right there and wake up to the music and magic for three nights!

You can buy a camping pass starting from $109 and some of the sites come with private restrooms, free showers, and free shuttles to the shows too.

You can get more details on that, here.

Fests at the gorge are some of the most sought-after events in the state. But this seems like it'll be nothing short of magical. 

Beyond Wonderland At The Gorge

Price: Starts at $189 per person for two days

When: Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13, 2020

Address: 754 Silica Rd. NW., George, WA 

Why You Need To Go: You can camp out by the Columbia River and revel in a two-day music fest that's Alice In Wonderland themed. Magical!


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