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LOGE Camps and Rainier Beer Present Their Unique 2019 Outdoor Concert Series

The growing adventure-focused hospitality startup and the Pacific Northwest’s favorite outdoor beer team up to support rising local artists and bring the outdoor community together

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SEATTLE, Wash. (June 4, 2019) – Summer just got a lot more fun as LOGE Camps [pronounced ‘lodge’] announces its exciting new partnership with Rainier Beer to present the 2019 Outdoor Concert Series. Now in its second year, this one-of-a-kind Outdoor Concert Series is fast becoming the musical event of the summer.

Together, LOGE and Rainier are showcasing brilliant, up-and-coming musicians from around the region with over 100 shows taking place across five stunning LOGE Camps properties — Bend (OR), Breckenridge (CO), Leavenworth (WA), Mt. Shasta (CA), and Westport (WA). The weekends of July 4th and Labor Day weekend promise to be particularly fun, with multiple bands performing at each location.

“At LOGE, we love to support creativity in all forms and feel that it’s a vital part of building the culture and community that we’re excited to be part of. We’re especially excited about teaming up with Rainier for our Outdoor Concert Series, because it gives our local communities the opportunity to enjoy the talents of the awesome musicians that Artist Home has helped us find,” said Garret Van Swearingen, Director of Content and Partnerships for LOGE Camps.

The stunning settings and outdoor community vibes are provided by LOGE, and Rainier delivers the beer and provides enough support to bring in a collection of exciting bands from across the west, like local Bend, OR band Bad Pacifist who recently performed at LOGE Bend as part of the series.

“LOGE is all about inspiring people to get out, explore, and have fun together,” said Michael Scott, Rainier Beer Brand Manager. “As the perfect beer to pair with outdoor fun, Rainier and LOGE getting together to create one-of-a-kind experiences for people across the region this summer is an outdoor lover’s dream.”

LOGE and Rainier invite everyone to come out this weekend and get the Summer started off right. Concerts take place every Saturday from 5/25 to 10/26 and are free, open to the public and dog/kid friendly. The full schedule and lineup, including the likes of Cumulus, Breaks and Swells, Tim Wilson of Ivan & Alyosha, Hotels, Gypsy Temple, All Star Opera, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Quinn DeVeaux, and Emma Lee Toyoda can be found at LOGE’s Facebook page.

About LOGE Camps
LOGE Camps is a hospitality startup based in North Bend, WA. Since its start in 2017, LOGE has been renovating and bringing new life to mid-century era motels on the road to being condemned. In the process they create valuable experiences in previously underutilized spaces, while also creating jobs, supporting local nonprofits, and building community. In addition to modern hotel rooms, LOGE Camps have a variety of lodging options such as a hostel, camping, and RV sites. With a passion for the outdoors, LOGE is committed to protecting the environment, not only by renovating existing hotels but by connecting people to the outdoors. LOGE fosters connections and adventures that engage people in the outdoors making them better stewards of the environment.

About Rainier Beer

Rainier is a symbol of home and happiness for millions of people living the Pacific Northwest lifestyle. Whether you are a life-long resident of the region, or new to the region, Rainier is a symbol of the pioneering, outdoor-loving and fun Northwest spirit that lives on stronger than ever today. Rainier can be found in stores, restaurants and bars throughout the West. First brewed in Seattle in 1878, Rainier Brewing Company (originally Seattle Brewing and Malting Company) is known for its partnerships with local organizations that share its passion for preserving the outdoors and the traditions of the Northwest, including the Arbor Day Foundation and the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI). In 1954, the iconic “R” was raised on top of the company’s brewery in Seattle, cementing it as a Seattle staple, but it was the light-hearted and fun commercials of the 1970’s and 80’s that made the brand into a Pacific Northwest icon. In 2016 Rainier Beer won the prestigious World Beer Cup, where it bested 81 other entrants in the American-Style Lager category.

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