The view from Brown's Mountain

The view from Brown's Mountain

Tall Tree Festival getting better every year

Fifth annual festival set on Port Renfrew hill top

e Tall Tree Music Festival is selling out faster than ever before. On Brown’s Mountain on June 27-29 in Port Renfrew.

The stacked lineup is gaining accolades from media North America wide, with an ever growing interest in the boutique festival experience incorporating one hell of a view.

Music giants Dan Mangan and Blacksmith, SonReal, Tipper, The Dudes, Pickwick, Jon and Roy, Longwalkshortdock, Bear Mountain, Lindi Ortega, Head of the Herd, Pete Murray, Mat the Alien, Neon Steve, Small Town DJs, Good for Grapes, The Matinee and Bestie (to name a few) grace the three stage festival

Drawing a music savvy crowd looking for a festival experience left of centre from the mainstream scene, Tall Tree has it all: fantastic vendors, food, art, activities and experiences – there is something for everyone.

Supporting Canadian talent is a key mandate of the festival, including a small roster of American talent from the Pacific Northwest.

You must be at least 19 years of age with two pieces of government ID to enter the festival. No ID = no entry.
Absolutely zero tolerance for drinking and driving. There will be road blocks present.

There is no cell reception in Port Renfrew.

There is no gas station in Port Renfrew:
Fill up at either Lake Cowichan or Sooke on your way.
There will be no ATM on site. Bring cash.
No pets.
No bottles or glass.
No fires.

No drugs or outside alcohol.

Getting ready for Tall Tree:

Be prepared for all weather:

We can have sun and heat and also some rain. Prepare for it all.

Be prepared for camping:

Prepare your self to wake up to world class views.

Be smart – Bring a flashlight (or two) for the evening. Bring water to stay hydrated. Sunproofing and waterproofing is smart. Bring something to keep you cozy if it gets chilly.

Be ready to walk on uneven ground:
Some nice sturdy shoes are a great idea. Gum boots are fun for puddle jumping on the off chance it rains.

The parking area is separate from the camping area.

Make sure to secure your spot for Tall Tree 5. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.talltreemusicfestival.com.

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