Bigstock Presents: Two days of Music in The Mountains

Greensky Bluegrass band
Oteil & Friends

Greensky Bluegrass

Friday September 6, 2024, Doors 2:30pm, show 4:30pm

Margo Price + Oteil & Friends

Saturday September 7, 2024, Doors 1pm, show 3pm

ft. Melvin Seals, Steve Kimock, Jason Crosby, Johnny Kimock, Tom Guarna & Lamar Williams Jr.

Weekend Camping Passes Available
Free after-shows both nights, with live music in the HooDoo lodge
A benefit concert for Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) and Cascadia Wildlands
Learn more about Oregon Adaptive Sports and Cascadia Wildlands

FAQs: Go here for frequently asked questions about this event.

About Hoodoo Ski Area

Hoodoo ski show

Hoodoo Ski Area is a one-of-a-kind, open-air concert venue framed by a spectacular mountain setting. Bring your own chairs and blankets and get ready for the amazing sound in the concert bowl.


See below for frequently asked questions about this event.

Hoodoo Ski Area, 27400 Big Lake Road, Sisters, OR 97759

(541) 822-3799

Yes, there will be designated parking outside the main lodge. The outdoor patio will have a designated ADA Area.

Parking lot gates, for HooDoo Ski Area open at 9:00 am, Friday and Saturday. NO EARLY ENTRY ALLOWED. Gates for the show open at  1:00 pm both days.

Friday 9/6 Show is at 4:30

Saturday 9/7 Show is at 3:00

Yes, because parking is limited, only vehicles with ticket holders will be allowed to enter and park in the main parking lots.

NO! Camping passes can be purchased along with the tickets.

YES,  YOU MUST have a camping pass. Camping passes can be purchased along with the tickets. All vehicles are to be self contained. No RV Trailers Allowed. Ray Benson Snow Park is a 10 minute walk and is free for pull behind trailers.

NO RV spots are available at this time. There is a 25ft vehicle limit in the main parking lot area.

Yes, there are many camping options around the Hoodoo Ski Area. Here are a few suggestions:

Ray Benson Snow Park, Smiling River Campground, Camp Sherman RV Park and Hotel. Willamette National Forest, Link Creek Campground,  Big Lake Campground, Potato Hill snow park.

There is NO Re-Entry.

Yes! Kids 5 and under are free.

Pets are not allowed at the Venue. There is no Re-Entry to the concert. Service animals only.

There is no concert seating provided. We encourage guests to bring low back chairs and blankets.

Yes, Hoodoo Ski Are will be serving food all day in the lodge. There will be food and beverages available inside the concert area during the concert. No outside food and beverages (including alcohol) allowed in the concert area.

The Lodge After-Shows are included with the ticket.

Oregon Adaptive Sports provides life-changing outdoor recreation experiences to individuals with disabilities. Participants gain confidence, build self-esteem and strive for independence leading to an enhanced quality of life.

Cascadia Wildlands defends and restores Cascadia’s wild ecosystems in the forests, in the courts, and in the streets. We envision vast old-growth forests, rivers full of wild salmon, wolves howling in the backcountry, a stable climate, and vibrant communities sustained by the unique landscapes of the Cascadia bioregion.

Cascadia Wildlands

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