Get Out Fest is a dynamic, community-led outdoor recreation & culture festival held at the Ferry County Fairgrounds, located in the ❤️ of Northeast Washington.

June 27–30, 2019

Get Out Fest is a family-friendly event with activities for kids all weekend, and kids under 18 get in free. Join us for tent and RV camping for the weekend, outdoor movie The Bikes of Wrath, food, and a beer garden (sponsored by Rainier Beer, Latta Wines, Kind Stranger Wines, and Sleight of Hand Cellars).

The Cave Singers headline our music stage on Saturday night (June 29).

Outdoor events include an officially timed Half Marathon & 5k, mountain bike ride on the Kettle Crest, guided hike along a section of the Pacific Northwest Trail, a 25-foot climbing wall, skateboarding activities, a fishing derby, and a fossil hunt. REI Spokane will be at the fest providing free watersport rentals (kayaks and paddleboards). Read about all the activities we have planned!


News & updates

June 17, 2019

🏅 Run registration deadline this week + Pearl Jam guitar auction 🎸

June 13, 2019

In-depth article from The Spokesman-Review about Get Out Fest.

June 3, 2019

Latest announcement: Outdoor movie announced + gear giveaways! 🧢

May 31, 2019

Read the latest article published in The View Outdoors.

May 23, 2019

We have a new promo video, and lots of new event and sponsor details to share. Also check out the FAQ page for new festival details.

Read the full update: New promo video + mountain bike ride details + beer garden sponsors

May 9, 2019

Run registration is open! See the new poster art by David Lasky, our updated list of over 40 sponsors and partners, and the Spokesman-Review’s Get Out Fest announcement.

Read the full update: Run registration + new poster!

April 25, 2019

We’re thrilled to announce that The Cave Singers will headline Saturday night at the Fest! Tickets are available now.

Read the full update: Get Out Fest tickets available + band announced! 🎟️🎵

April 12, 2019

Our organizers and volunteers are hard at work preparing the festival schedule, refreshing the website, and getting ready to open registration. We’ll let you know as soon as registration opens to the public. In the meantime, here are some updates to get you excited about Get Out Fest weekend.

Read the full update: Get Out Fest April 12, 2019 update


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