It's that time of year again. Fed up with cold winter weather, pining for spring, and waiting for tickets to go on sale for one of the biggest music events at the Gorge.

But if it's not until September, why do we think about it this time of the year? Because it's when tickets go on sale and they go fast.

When is Dave Matthews Band Coming to The Gorge at George?

Dave Matthews Band will return to the scenic Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA on September 2 to launch its traditional three-day Labor Day weekend celebration.  Friday, Saturday, Sunday, September 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.

DMB Teams Up With The Nature Conservancy To Plant One Million Trees

Not only will you have a chance to take in a wonderful weekend of music and fun, but you can also help Dave Matthews Band and The Nature Conservancy to reach their goal to plant one million trees this year. According to a press release:

Over the past two years, Dave Matthews Band has planted over 2 million trees through its partnership with the Nature Conservancy.  The band has committed to helping plant an additional one million trees in 2022. Concertgoers can join in this mission by adding an optional donation of $2 per ticket to plant a tree with The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign – a major forest restoration effort with the goal of planting a billion trees around the world.

 

How to Get Tickets to Dave Matthews Band at The Gorge

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 25, at 10:00 a.m.      But, you can win some by filling out the form below.

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