Boot Boogie BabesThe Boot Boogie Babes are Seattle’s Line Dance Team! They are coached by DeAnna Lee, a country radio gal that you can hear on local Seattle station 94.1 KMPS. The B3’s are the creators of the Official 12th Man Line Dance and recently led the first ever 12th Man Flash Mob at Century Link Field Hawks vs. Raiders game! They’ve even had the pleasure of teaching the dance to Marshawn Lynch’s mom, Momma Lynch! The Boot Boogie Babes have performed with Loretta Lynn’s daughter, Tayla Lynn and have recently been asked to star in a country music video with Best of Western Washington’s Best Local Band, Jones & Fischer.
Mechanical Bull RidingWe’ll have a mechanical bull available to keep the vibe rolling. Come try your luck on this mechanical beast!
Gunnar’s Helicopter RidesGunnar will be behind the controls of his helicopter giving you breath taking views of the surrounding mountains.
Camping w/ River AccessHanging out all weekend? Thirty acres of camping are available. It’s going to be hot but don’t worry, the river is just a short walk from the campground!
Where’s it at?
Contact The Spur Festival
Q: Are pets allowed in the venue?
A: Pets are not allowed. Ol’ yeller will need to stay home.
Q: What time do the gates open?
- Gates will swing open for weekend pass holders Thursday at 3pm-10pm
- Friday 6/24/2016 10am-10pm
- Saturday 6/25/2016 10am-10pm
- Sunday 6/26/2016 10am-8pm
Q: What is the parking situation?
A: General parking is free in the main parking lot. To park at your campsite, deluxe camping ticket must be purchased for $25 (car) or $40 (RV). Re-entry is allowed into Deluxe camp site parking for a $5 fee.
Q: Does camping cost more?
Q: Can we have campfires?
A: A propane fireplace is ok but no campfires or tiki torches.
Q: Can we fire up a grill?
A: Yes but gas BBQ’s only.
Q: Can I bring my dirt bike?
Q: Will there be a garden of beer?
Q: Will the helicopter be back?
A: Yes! Get to the choppa!