Surround sound: The 80-acre family-owned farm, outside Portland, turns into an indie mecca, complete with 51 bands and six stages. Against the backdrop of Mt. Hood, boogie-woogie maestro Caset MacGill and Mexican folk psychedelic band Los Cojolites set the mood. Sustainability is huge so whatever you do —don’t get caught with single-use dishware.
Front row: Camp in the lush Doug Fir forests and munch on local produce.
Cozy up: Last year, organizers opened up 20 acres of new camping ground.
Greenbacks: A weekend pass is $190.
Don’t miss: Watching bands perform at the solar-powered Woods Stage for a second-to-none live experience.