This summer will find a fresh alternative for music and arts enthusiasts in THING, a new multidisciplinary event located at Fort Worden in scenic Port Townsend, WA. Produced by Seattle Theatre Group (STG) and Adam Zacks–STG’s Chief Programming Officer and founder of the Sasquatch! Festival–this two-day event features a unique offering of tightly curated programming including music, comedy, film, dance, food, podcasts, visual arts, and…a mentalist.
Ticket Price: $99.50 (1-Day); $189.50 (2-Day)
- Architects of Air's Luminarium
- Black Belt Eagle Scout
- Bunny Ears with Macaulay Culkin
- Café Tacvba
- Calexico and Iron & Wine
- Caspar Babypants
- De La Soul
- Fontaines D.C.
- Japanese Breakfast
- Jeff Tweedy
- John Reilly & Friends
- Kurt Vile & The Violators
- Makaya McCraven
- Napoleon Dynamite Live!
- Natasha Lyonne
- Orville Peck
- Parquet Courts
- Ryley Walker
- Snail Mail
- Sudan Archives
- Tank and the Bangas
- Todd Barry
- Violent Femmes
Festival News and Rumors
Insane Clown Posse Announce Otherworldly 2023 Edition of Gathering of the Juggalos
The festival promises such such attractions as "ICP's Alien Probe Adventure"
Bryan Kress May 22, 2023
Hopscotch 2023: Pavement, Denzel Curry, Japanese Breakfast Top Lineup
Alvvays, Digable Planets, Soccer Mommy, and more will also hit the Raleigh fest this September.
Abby Jones May 19, 2023
Live Nation Offering $99 All-In Festival Tickets During Festival Weekend
Governors Ball Roots Picnic, Sound on Sound, and more are participating in the discount.
Carys Anderson May 17, 2023
The National's Homecoming 2023 Lineup Led by Patti Smith, Pavement, & The Walkmen
Weyes Blood, Snail Mail, and Bartees Strange will also play the Cincinnati festival.
Eddie Fu May 17, 2023
Riot Fest's Killer 2023 Lineup Led by Foo Fighters, The Cure & The Postal Service
Queens of the Stone Age, Death Cab For Cutie, ICP, The Mars Volta, and Turnstile are also visiting Chicago this September.
Carys Anderson May 16, 2023
Guns N' Roses, Billie Eilish, and P!NK to Headline Music Midtown's 2023 Lineup
P!NK, The 1975, Flume, Incubus, and Tove Lo are also set to play the Atlanta festival.
Scoop Harrison May 16, 2023