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community event

Sisters Art Works, 6:00 - 8:30 pm



Attendees can enjoy live music from festival bands Never Come Down and Twisted Pine, food vendors, beer, wine, and cider for purchase, plus art displays and interactive art events.

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2-DAY tickets

Sisters Art Works & Three Creeks Brewing

JUNE 24 & 25



Experience the world of Big Ponderoo with progressive bluegrass and Americana music from 16 artists at two festival stages plus interactive visual arts experiences. 

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Single day tickets

Sisters Art Works & Three Creeks Brewing

JUNE 24 & 25



Catch your favorite artist(s) on Saturday or Sunday at both of our festival stages. A limited number of single-day tickets are on sale now. View the full schedule here.

Festival VENUES

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204 W Adams Ave, Sisters, OR 97759

The newly designed Sisters Art Works stage features custom barn doors, permanent lighting, and a unique park setting creating an intimate, warm, and inviting tone.

(800-person audience capacity)

SAW Venue
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265 E Barclay Dr, Sisters, OR 97759

The Three Creeks Stage is located on the north side of town with stunning mountain views. Experience the Three Sisters mountains while listening to excellent music and sipping your favorite beverage. (1,000-person audience capacity)



At Big Ponderoo, we strive to provide exceptional experiences without damaging the planet in the process. In our first year, we're proud to have adopted a number of sustainable practices while acknowledging that there is always more work to be done. Here's what we're currently doing to promote sustainability:

  • We do not provide disposable cups for beverages. All ticket holders receive a free Silipint cup at check-in.

  • Attendees have access to free filtered water bottle filling stations at both venues. 

  • We encourage all of our performing artists to use reusable water bottles and only provide disposable water bottles upon request.

  • We aim to serve as many beverages in kegs (rather than cans or bottles) as possible. 

  • We encourage biking and walking between venues and provide a free Bike Valet service at each venue. 

  • We recycle all plastic, paper, glass, and cardboard accumulated before, during, and after the festival that complies with recycling standards in Deschutes County.

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