Pickathon 2016 Dates: August 5th, 6th and 7th
Directions: Pendarvis Farm is located at 16581 SE Hagen Rd, Happy Valley, OR, 97086
All kids 12 and under get in for free when coming to Pickathon with the family
The first installment of this year’s lineup is here! Check out all the artists below and follow our Spotify playlist to get pumped for August 5-7.
Jeff Tweedy, Yo La Tengo, Beach House, Ty Segall & The Muggers, Black Mountain, The Oh Hellos, Patrick Watson, Thee Oh Sees, The James Hunter Six, Ibeyi, Fruit Bats, Dan Deacon, Julia Holter, BADBADNOTGOOD, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Alvvays, Protomartyr, Yemen Blues, La Luz, Ultimate Painting, Daniel Norgren, Boulevards, Mount Moriah, The Deslondes, Golden Rules, Moon Duo, Margo Price, Futurebirds, C.W. Stoneking, Ezra Furman, Adia Victoria, Vhöl, The Cairo Gang, Lindi Ortega, My Bubba, 10 String Symphony, Palehound, Kacy & Clayton, Foghorn Stringband, The Easy Leaves, The Wild Reeds, Sir Richard Bishop, I Draw Slow, The Woolen Men, and more to come.
Don’t snooze on getting all your tickets, as all passes are now on sale through their site link above…
Front Gate Hours
If you purchased a weekend ticket + early Thursday:
THURSDAY AUG 4: NOON – 8PM
If you have weekend or single day tickets:
FRIDAY AUGUST 5: 9AM – 11PM
SATURDAY AUGUST 6: 9AM – 11PM
SUNDAY AUGUST 7: 9AM – 11PM
Important 2016 Ticket & Parking Info
We may have constraints on our general weekend parking this year. We anticipate parking to be the same as previous years but we also may need to park cars a couple miles away and shuttle people to and from the site. Parking prices remain the same in either scenario. If we do have to use shuttles we will work hard to make the experience as smooth as possible.
Every Weekend ticket includes a free EcoShuttle pass from Clackamas Town Center parking lot to and from the festival all weekend long.
For those thinking of buying “Car Camp Weekend Parking” pass:
In years past some people were frustrated that they spent extra money on a “premium” car pass and didn’t get the kind of camping space or location they wanted. Over the last 2 years we have implemented a new plan based on that feedback that greatly improved the situation but the same risk still remains. So PLEASE consider this before you buy a pass. If you require extra elbow room, privacy or a sanctuary from noise please consider camping deep in the woods. You can also consider one of the many local hotel options and utilize the shuttle services that are currently available.
If you do buy one of these types of passes please be reasonable with how much space you take up in this area. If you’re camping with others make sure those tents are reasonably close together. Small shade structures are fine but we discourage large structures that can take up a perfectly good camping spot.
CLICK THEIR SITE LINK ABOVE FOR DETAILS & TICKETS…