KPOV is proud to be a non-profit partner of the 4 Peaks Music Festival this year June 15-18, 2017. A family-friendly four day music and camping festival, 4 Peaks brings you the best in bluegrass, jam bands and funk. See more information and the line-up of amazing bands are here.
KPOV will be broadcasting live from the Festival on June 17. If you can’t be there live, listen on 88.9 FM or kpov.org
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The 4 Peaks Music Festival have announced their 2017 festivities schedule. Thursday’s lineup is highlighted by Oregon bands The Cutmen, Asher Fulero and Company Grand. Railroad Earth headlines Friday, along with a set from Infamous Stringdusters and a late night set by Poor Man’s Whiskey. Saturday will see a Moe. headlining spot, with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe in the tent and Lebo’s Summer of Love Jam taking over the late night music. Sunday’s schedule is highlighted by rock band Watkins Glen, with Pitchfork Revolution playing tweener sets throughout the day.
Tickets for the 2017 festival are available now locally at The Cosmic Depot and online at 4peaksmusic.com/buy-tickets-4-peaks-music-festival/. Ticket sales are $185, with a $15 Vehicle Impact Fee. Young Adult Ticket (11-17yo) price is $70. RV passes are on sale for $120. Camping and Kids 10 & Under are free.
4 Peaks is committed to providing an intimate, family-friendly festival, but on a grand scale. At the new venue, Stevenson Ranch in Southeast Bend, patrons should expect grander views, bigger grassy fields, a larger late night tent, additional “chill” areas, and a greater selection of vendors. 4 Peaks’ mission is to provide a multi-day music event in beautiful Central Oregon, featuring an array of eclectic, national, regional and local bands for music enthusiasts, community members and families. The stage is set for the 10th year, as we bring people from all over the region, benefitting the economy of Bend and its surrounding communities.