July 2 - 5, 2020

GOLD PASS Waterfront Blues Festival

DOORS OPEN: 10:15 am
EVENT BEGINS: 12:00 pm

Venue Information

Waterfront Blues Festival

1301 SW Naito Pkwy
Portland, OR 97201

Description

Gold Pass

July 2 - 5, 2020

Doors Open: 11 a.m., Early Entry with Gold Pass: 10:15 a.m.
Event Begins: 12 p.m.

Event website: Waterfront Blues Festival

The Gold Pass offers premium perks and comforts to enjoy the 2020 festival in style. Enjoy access to private seating areas, bars and more. The Gold Pass sold out last year, so buy now to ensure your unforgettable experience at the festival.

You'll receive:

  • Access to the up-close, prime viewing and seating area near the south Main Stage, including a private bar and private restrooms
  • Access to the Blues Balcony – a centrally-located reserved seating area with fantastic views of the main stages, plus a private bar
  • 4 food vendor meal tickets and 4 beverage tickets 
  • Commemorative festival t-shirt and poster
  • Daily parking pass 
  • Free entry to After-Hours shows (we suggest arriving 30 minutes prior to doors opening as it is first-come, first-served and space is limited)
  • Early festival entry - 45 minutes before the general public
  • Priority festival re-entry

Blues Fest Cares
The Waterfront Blues Festival is committed to providing a world-class event to the community of Portland and beyond that presents diverse musical arts, culture, and entertainment. The festival has been committed to using its broad platform to create awareness and support of hunger relief efforts. We have been supporting organizations that focus on music and fighting hunger insecurity since 1988.

Look for an e-mail from Ticket Tomato one week before the festival explaining how to redeem your receipt for festival credentials, as well as further information about parking, event access and more.

Kids 12 and under free (one child per paid accompanying adult). 

All tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable, and non-tax deductible.

Gold Pass Pricing Dates: 

Dec. 3 - 31, 2019: $350

Jan. 1, 2020 through the festival: $375