Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Festival at Sandpoint

Escape the heat and enjoy cool music in an intimate environment at the Festival at Sandpoint. Definitely one of the premiere music festivals in Idaho, come and enjoy eight nights of eclectic music under the stars, on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille from August 1 - 11.

You can purchase food and beverages on "Festival Street," or bring your own picnic basket and cooler from home. Stretch out on a blanket, bring a lawn chair or rent one at the festival, sit in the grandstands or let loose on the dance floor.

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The Festival is affordable. Ticket prices range from $36 to $59, depending in the headliner. The tickets to the popular Family concert are only $6 per person.

One of the best things about the Festival at Sandpoint is the intimate venue. It feels as though the artists are playing in your back yard. In this era of arenas tours and skyrocketing ticket prices, get back to your music festival roots and treat yourself to a concert experience both rare and precious. Many of the attendees and their families make the pilgrimage to The Festival at Sandpoint year after year, to listen to great music under the summer stars.

Here are the talented headlining artists performing at the 2013 Festival at Sandpoint:

  • Thursday August 1: Indigo Girls

  • Friday August 2: CAKE

  • Saturday August 3: Rosanne Cash

  • Sunday August 4: Family Concert

  • Thursday August 8: John Butler Trio

  • Friday August 9: Steve Miller Band (SOLD OUT)

  • Saturday August 10: The Avett Brothers

  • Sunday August 11: Grand Finale Concert with Spokane Symphony

Lodging for the Festival at Sandpoint

We have a number of bed and breakfasts conveniently located in and around Sandpoint. The Schweitzer Mountain Bed and Breakfast is in Sandpoint and is a Swiss four story chalet with Victorian antiques. Rent one room or all five for a group.

Check out all the great inns we have in Northern Idaho.

For additional information on Idaho call 1-800-VISIT-ID

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