107.7 TheEnd’s Summer Camp tix onsale June 6

Tickets for 107.7 TheEnd’s annual Summer Camp concert go on sale at noon this Friday, June 6  for the Aug. 9 show featuring Phantogram, Bleachers, Bear Hands, Wild Club, Skaters, Sir Sly, The Orwells, Thumpers, Bad Suns at Marymoor Park.

summer camp the endGeneral admission tickets are $45 through AXS.com or in person at The Showbox, The Showbox SoDo or the Marymoor Park office (buying in person will save you a few bucks on service charges).

Also available is a 107.7 TheEnd Camp Counselor Package a $130 per ticket including all ticket fees and  this includes: access to the Camp Counselor Backstage Lounge; an opportunity  to meet some of the performing artists; Summer Camp T Shirt; commemorative laminate; private food truck with voucher for a tasty snack; private cash bar; and most of all a private restroom.

Camp Counselor ticket holders will receive an email ten days before the show with more details. The t-shirt and laminate will be distributed upon checking in the day of the show. Questions? Reach out to 107.7 TheEnd’s Promotions Department at 206.285.7625 or summercamp@1077theend.com.

PURCHASING TICKETS

  • Tickets can be purchased online at AXS.com
  • Purchase tickets by phone at (888) 929-7849
  • Save a few bucks on tickets at these three convenient locations:

- The Showbox  (located at 1426 1st Ave in downtown Seattle) Mon-Fri from 11am to 6pm

- Showbox SoDo (located at 1700 1st Ave S just south of downtown Seattle) Mon-Fri from 12pm to 4pm

- Marymoor Park office Mon-Fri from 9am to 4pm.

SHOW SCHEDULE

Doors open at 12 noon and the Summer Camp will begin at 1pm.

WILL CALL TICKETS

Marymoor Park Box Office opens for Summer Camp Will Call tickets at 11am.

DAY OF SHOW TICKETS

If tickets are still available, they will be sold at The Marymoor Box Office starting at 11am.

CONCERT PARKING

Concert parking is $5 per car, cash only.

Seasonal parking pass holders park for free at the concerts.

About Shawn Skager

Shawn Skager is just an everyday joe like you, who loves music and is lucky enough to be able to write about it. When he's not enjoying long walks on the beach, getting caught in the rain, pina coladas and cheesy 70s music by guys named Rupert, Shawn can usually be found in the Northwest Convergence Zone radio studio doing either the Northwest Music Scene radio show or the Hooligan Honky Tonk Radio Hour. And just for the record, Shawn believes that Rush's exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Hank Williams Sr.'s exclusion from the Grand Ol' Opry are crimes against humanity.