Tickets for the July 22-23 Eastern Sierra Music Festival are now on sale at the event’s website, WWMusicFest.org. As previously announced, county singer-songwriter Dwight Yoakam and the legendary Gatlin Brothers will headline the two day-event.
All ticket sales will be made via the festival’s website and its ticketing partner, Vendini.
Tickets sold cover both days of the festival and range in price from $80 for General Admission, to $95 for Reserved Grandstand seating. Two ticket packages are also available. Each features exclusive seating, party tent access, food, drinks, designated parking and admission to each evening’s After Party in the Charles Brown Auditorium.
Ticket package prices are $399 for the Patriot Club and $225 for the VIP package. There are a limited number of ticket packages available, so please act quickly.
RV space reservations are also available through the website. Electrical hookups are $150 and dry camp is $95.
All event credentials, i.e. wristbands, will be mailed to concert-goers a month before the festival. Additional email correspondence regarding the shipment will be sent at a later date.
Proceeds from the festival will benefit the Wounded Warrior Center, set to be built in
The Eastern Sierra Music Festival invites local bands interested in performing at its July 22-23 event to attend an informational meeting, Wednesday, Jan. 27.
The 7:30 p.m. meeting will be held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8988 in Bishop, 484 Short Street.
Questions? Call Mike Patterson at (760) 784-1520.