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Seattle’s the Cave Singers to headline inaugural Get Out Fest

Camping, fun and games, live music – what more could you ask for from a festival?

Get Out Fest, held June 27-30 on the Ferry County Fairground in Republic, Washington, features a little something for everyone.

The inaugural festival, co-founded by Emily Burt and Bobby Whittaker, features a concert from Seattle’s the Cave Singers, camping space (in a tent or RV), a 5K or half marathon, room to bike and hike, skateboarding competitions, a portable climbing wall, an outdoor movie, food vendors and a fishing derby on Curlew Lake.

Admission is $5 in advance and $10 at the gate for ages 18 and older. Kids 17 and younger are free.

Registration is open now at www.getoutfest.com.

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