Never underestimate the power of dreams, visions and three women on a mission! Hoodstock Music & Art festival had been a lifelong dream for one, when shared with another, manifested in a vision, and when shared with one more turned into a total labor of love!
Visionaries, Shannon Crabb-Stanton, Kelli Kohout and Meghan Maes have taken their love for Hood Canal and our Community to task and built Hoodstock - literally, from dream to reality in only 5 months!
You will see the words Creativity, Expression and Community throughout Hoodstock and in our marketing campaign a ton, and it’s no joke! Hood Canal is one of the most concentrated areas of fine artists and musicians anywhere in the world and they want to showcase this incredible talent! If you don’t know how magical Hood Canal is, you should come check it out!
Grab a lawn chair, a blanket, good friends, and your best dancing shoes to catch some amazing live music from bands and local artists such as The Lady Drinks Whiskey, High Ceiling, Anna Robinson, Lutman Posse, Hurts Like Hell, and more. Enjoy local beer, wine, food and retailers as you soak up the sun and bask in the waves of great music.
Bent Bine Brew Co., Mosquito Fleet Winery, Union Country Store, and Garage Vape & Espresso are just a few of the vendors that will help kick off the first of many Hoodstocks! Tickets for the event are $20 per day. Camping is also available on a first come first serve basis, and opens at 11:00 AM Friday. Click here for more camping information and rules.
Hoodstock is a 21+ only community festival and begins this Friday, August 17 at 5:00 PM lasting until Sunday at 6:00 PM. Experience this one-of-a-kind festival where music, art, and nature connect. The event will be located in the Skokomish Valley Grange, 2320 W Skokomish Valley Rd, Shelton. Click here for driving directions.
Click here for the full lineup.
Need a ride to the venue? Mason Transit Authority is offering transportation to and from the event. Check out the bus schedule here.
For more information and to purchase some Hoodstock swag, visit the their website or email email@example.com. Purchase your tickets here.
Each year the event plans to feature a place or a project in the community that they can donate a piece of the pie to. Places that are going to carry on our vision of Creativity, Expression and Community! This year they have chosen The Salmon Center Ampitheater Project and The McReavy House. The orrgganizes encourage friends and neighbors to help out with these projects beyond the Hoodstock Festival.
You can find more info at www.hoodstock.org