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New Pendarvis Farm and Transportation Maps!

Check out our New Maps We have a new Pendarvis Farm Site Map (click here) to help give insight to your experience at the 2006 Pickathon. We also just published our comprehensive transportation map (click here) that details all your transportation options to get to pickathon.

It’s official. Travel to Portland and Pickathon without needing to rent or use a car!

A major portion of Pickathon’s sustainability effort is to enable folks to come to Pickathon without having to own or rent a car. Visit our transportation section to get a full array of alternative tansportation options supported by Pickathon. If you need to travel to Portland come by means of airplane, bus, or train and […]

Pickathon adds a third venue (The Barn) with both daytime and late night sets. Workshops to be announced soon.

We are days away from announcing the final schedule through our email list and website. The schedule will include three venues. The first two are the outdoor venues which will seemlessly alternate to create a continum of music throughout the weekend. This year we are also featuring “The Barn” as a third venue, which will […]

Tickets Selling Fast! – Pickathon Goes Green – Coming from out of Town?

Our limited tickets are selling faster than ever so don’t delay. Click here to buy your tickets! Pickathon is going green in 2006. We are working on a complete sustainability plan that addresses the areas of renewable energy, waste, “green” hotels, transportation, and more. We will have more info on our website within a couple […]

Pickathon 2006 Website is up!

Welcome to the 2006 Pickathon website. The News release section is where you’ll find info about recent Pickathon news or new updates to the website content. Wander the premises and enjoy yourself while you’re at it. If you feel motivated let us know what you think of the website at info[at]pickathon[dot]com. Take Care, Pickathon Staff

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