The Gorge is one of America’s most scenic concert venues which features the Colombia River. Therefore, the Gorge Amphitheater has become one of the most iconic music landmarks in the Pacific Northwest. Additionally, the Live Nation owned venue can seat 20,000 people and has hosted countless artists and events. Paradiso, Bass Canyon, Sasquatch!, and Group Therapy Weekender were among some of the reoccurring events held at the Gorge.
People traveled out to rural Eastern Washington for the unique attraction and experience. Despite the long drive for attendees, the experience and memories made there is always worth the trip.
A documentary is coming about the gorgeous venue location and its history. It has won awards from multiple film festivals and will have a one-night release on April 28th. Viewers will learn about the rich history and humble beginnings of the unlikely venue. In addition, there will be exclusive interviews of Hozier, Phantogram, Portugal. The Man and more.
View the trailer below above:
Showings will be available across the Pacific Northwest and other neighboring states. The film’s website contains additional information.