Bend’s only multi-day music festival, The 4 Peaks Music Festival, presented by Hayden Homes, has expanded their list of new additions to their 2018 Festival, to be held June 21-24 at Bend’s Stevenson Ranch.

Building upon the strength of the 2017 event, the 2018 festival has plenty of new tricks up its sleeve. Attendees should look for a new camping area reservation system—including Camping Yurts, Happy Camper RV rentals, Camp GoWesty—while the bands and those not staying on site will enjoy the official lodging partner Tetherow.

Look for an increase in Hydration Stations, sponsored by Silipint and the Environmental Center. A redesigned entry system—sponsored by Subaru, Blazing Trails, Central Oregon Breeze, and Commute Options—will maintain site traffic flow.

In addition the main bar, a new Deschutes Brewery/Cascade Alchemy Bar will pour favorite local beverages.

Within the venue, kids will enjoy the larger Kidlandia Area, including a new play structure donated by Hayden Homes. Situated amongst the camping zone is the newly redesigned Junction Area—sponsored by 929 and SamSon’s RV Restoration—complete with teepees, food, coffee & tea vendors, and games.

Headlining the 4-day event are Michigan jamgrass favorites Greensky Bluegrass and world music collective Nahko and Medicine for the People. Perennial favorites Poor Man’s Whiskey, and The Brothers Comatose will lead the late night festivities on the Lava Rock Stage. In addition, 4 Peaks is bringing back the hugely popular Silent Disco and morning yoga.