The Gorge Amphitheatre
The Gorge Amphitheatre is a 25,000 seat concert venue located above the Columbia River Gorge in George, Washington. Administered by LiveNation, it is considered one of the premier and most scenic concert locations in North America and the world. The venue offers sweeping and majestic views of the Columbia River, as well as extreme eastern Kittitas County and extreme western Grant County.
The Gorge is known for its spectacular views, lawn-terrace seating, and concert-friendly weather.
It has been the home of many historic concerts, from bands such as Ozzy Osbourne, Neil Young, Phish, Eagles, Dave Matthews Band, Roger Waters, The Dead, Pearl Jam, Coldplay, Shania Twain, Blink-182, Van Halen, Rush, Radiohead, The Who, Aerosmith, David Bowie, Metallica, John Mayer, The Police, Britney Spears, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, The Allman Brothers Band, Steely Dan & Tool.
It is home of the annual Sasquatch! Music Festival, the Summer KUBE Jam, the Paradiso Festival and the Watershed Festival.
The Dave Matthews Band has a live release recorded here called The Gorge. The Dave Matthews Band is a Labor Day weekend staple at The Gorge having performed every Labor Day for many years.
Brooks And Dunn's "Only in America" video was filmed here.
The Columbia Gorge Amphitheater is an awesome site perched high on the basalt pillars of the Columbia River Gorge hosts some of the top name entertainers in the industry today. This is truly an experience in itself, to sit in this incredible amphitheater on a hot summers night and watch your favorite entertainer. Click Here for Concert Dates
The 2013 Gorge Season is underway. *Tickets are on sale at Live Nation, visit them on the web at www.livenation.com
Come prepared….we recommend that you bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen for daytime wear, and a jacket for evening and check out www.gorgecamping.com for a close place to stay. Please bring all necessary items with you. There is no re-entry, and this policy is strictly enforced by The Gorge.