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Sasquatch! Music Festival doubles its size in 2014 with extra weekend

Promoters of the event say that next year there will be an extra weekend to join in the bigfoot-themed rock concert. (MyNorthwest.com Photo/Alyssa Kleven) | Zoom
If you love music and camping at the Gorge, you'll have even more opportunities to do it in 2014.

Sasquatch! Music Festival has hosted a three, then four-day lineup of music for the past 12 years. After the festival sold out in a record 90 minutes, promoters of the event say that next year there will be an extra weekend to join in the bigfoot-themed rock concert.

Unlike festivals Coachella and Austin City Limits where the second weekend follows the first with a repeat lineup, Sasquatch will offer two different artist line-ups, according to their Facebook page.

The first weekend is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, the second festival will be held the weekend of July 4th.

As always, the picturesque background of Gorge Amphitheatre will continue to host the thousands of music lovers.

Alyssa Kleven, MyNorthwest.com Editor
Alyssa Kleven is an editor and content producer at MyNorthwest.com. She enjoys doting over her adorable dachshund Winnie - named for Arcade Fire front-man Win Butler.
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