Nature Excursions Near Seattle's Most Iconic Outdoor Amphitheaters - Ticketmaster Insider

Nature Excursions Near Seattle’s Most Iconic Outdoor Amphitheaters

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Aug 20, 2018

The greater Seattle, Washington area has many beautiful outdoor amphitheaters perfectly primed for concert season. If you’re lucky enough to attend a show at one of these beautiful venues and you’re looking to get more mileage out of your Summer of LIVE, look no further – we’ve compiled the best natural wonders worth exploring near these amphitheaters for you!

 

Gorge Amphitheatre

The Gorge Amphitheatre Trail, only 1.4 miles from the venue, runs alongside the Wanapum Lake. With gorgeous views, you’re certain to get the full experience on this easy trail that shares land with the Gorge Amphitheatre. You can still catch Dave Matthews Band, The Avett Brothers with The Head and the Heart, and Def Leppard & Journey at The Gorge this summer! 

 

The Tulalip Amphitheatre

Near the Tulalip Amphitheatre in Marysville, Washington are Jennings Nature Park and Jennings Memorial Park, 4.5 mi and 3.9 mi away from the venue, respectively. Spend the afternoon strolling through the beautiful nature the Pacific Northwest has to offer before your show! Don’t miss Styx and Dwight Yoakam & Joe Nichols before summer’s over at Tulalip this year.

 

White River Amphitheatre

Be sure to check out Flaming Geyser State Park before your concert at the White River Amphitheatre, only 7.2 mi away from the venue. Stroll through the woods, go swimming and tubing, or gather your friends for a picnic. You can catch Rod Stewart, Luke Bryan, and more at White River before the summer sun sets on 2018.

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Interested in making your Summer of LIVE last longer by visiting these Seattle outdoor amphitheaters? Find even more upcoming shows at these venues below!

Seattle Amphitheatres – Summer of LIVE

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