NWWRF 2014 will be held 14 miles south of Astoria, Oregon.
Site is located on HWY 202.
ATM IS NOT WORKING AT THE SITE
LAST ATM IS AT MILES POST 10 ON HWY 202
WEEKEND PASS w/Camping Friday and Saturday - no camping Sunday Night
Site closes at 9 pm Sunday
Weekend Pass -- $100 -- available on line until July 24th
Weekend Pass at Gate -- $120 -- ATM on site.
Saturday/Sunday - $60 - Camping in Car Camping only
Youth 15 - 17 w/ Adult -- Half Price available at gate only
Youth 14 and under FREE
Get 6 or more of your friend and family together and purchase a group of tickets for 20% off.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-922-0551 for details
DAY TICKETS - No Camping
Three Days ( No camping) -- $75
Friday Only (no camping) -- $40
Saturday Only (no camping) -- $40
Sunday Only (no camping) -- $20
If U want to camp it will $10 per person added to any day ticket.
(no camping Sunday)
Prices - At the Gate
Weekend Pass w/ Camping $120
Teen Youth15-17 w/adult - half price at the gate only
Youth 14 and Under Free
Show will go Rain or Shine
No Public Consumption of Alcohol Outside Camping Areas
Tickets are Non Refundable
NO GLASS IN STAGE AREA, NO NITROUS, NO OPEN FIRES,
NO CHARCOAL BBQ’s
SMOKING ONLY IN SMOKING AREAS -
-NO WALKING OR STANDING WHILE SMOKING-
229 W Marine Dr. Suite C
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THE COSMIC DEPOT
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JACKPOT RECORDS /Hawthorne
3574 SE Hawthorne 503-239-7561
ROOTS GARDEN SUPPLY
6850 N. Interstate 503-285-4768
NWWRF TICKETS AND INFO AT
NWWRF strives to use the most sustainably local made products and support our own local green companies. The food booths and staff/performer kitchen are organic. Wind power is used at NWWRF’s office and all trucks and generators are bio diesel powered.
Through In Ticketing, a tree has been planted for each ticket sold, totaling over 15,000 trees over the past six years with Trees for the Future. Your trees will be planted in worldwide tree planting projects that help restore devastated forests in developing nations.
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE! is practiced throughout this planet friendly event.