You can find more info about the concert here! If you have a questions we haven't answered below, please contact us!

WHERE IS THE CONCERT?  Music Under the Trees will be held at the home of Betsy & Dave Tinney in Redmond, WA.  Directions and more details will also be sent to the email you provide when you purchase your tickets.

WHAT'S THE EVENT SCHEDULE? The site opens to attendees at 1:30 PM, and the music will run from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

HOW MUCH IS ADMISSION? Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. You can purchase advance tickets at Brown Paper Tickets.  ($10 members of Betsy's Patreon get a 20% discount on advance tickets.) Please note that this year, ticket sales will be capped at 40 tickets -- so get your tickets early!

WHAT ABOUT COVID-19 SAFETY? Our hope is that everyone will feel safe and comfortable at this concert.

The concert will be held outdoors. There are two audience seating areas: the main patio and the upper deck/balcony.

  • Masks are encouraged, but not required, on the main patio.
  • Well-fitting N95 or KN94 masks are required on the upper deck/balcony. 
  • An indoor restroom will be made available to attendees. Well-fitting N95 or KN94 masks are required at all times while indoors. 
  • If you're not feeling well, please don't attend. 

WHERE SHOULD WE PARK? You should be able to park onsite; we have space for about 30-40 cars. (If possible, please carpool.)

CAN I REACH YOUR PLACE BY BUS? Yes, there is a King County Metro route 221 stop less than 1/4 mile from us -- right at the end of 169th Court NE.

IS THE SITE WHEELCHAIR-ACCESSIBLE? The concert site is somewhat wheelchair-accessible (the more so if you let us know in advance). If you will need a wheelchair spot, please contact us to explain your needs and reserve a spot.

WILL THERE BE FOOD?  Yes, we'll provide light snacks and bottled water throughout the event. (You may, if you prefer, bring your own food or drinks; however, please do not bring alcohol onsite.)

CAN I BRING MY KIDS?  Well-behaved children are welcome. However, please note that the site is not child-proofed, and includes stairs, rough stone steps, and other minor hazards. (Also keep in mind that this event might be a bit long for some young 'uns.) Please supervise younger children to keep them safe and to help them avoid disrupting the concerts.

CAN I SMOKE AT THE CONCERT? There is be a designated smoking area in front of the house; smoking (tobacco only, please) will be permitted only in that area, and not in the concert area, on the deck, or indoors. (Please do not smoke cannabis anywhere on the premises; some of our artists and attendees are dangerously allergic to cannabis smoke.)

WHAT ABOUT ALCOHOL? Please, do not bring any alcohol onsite (a restriction of our insurance).

WHAT ABOUT THE WEATHER AND OTHER FORCES OF NATURE? This is a "rain or shine" event. Please come prepared for variations in temperature, since temperatures onsite can vary considerably. The concert area is nicely shaded by trees, but some sun can sneak through the leaves. Also please keep in mind that this is a natural area at the edge of the woods, so some insects will likely be present despite our best efforts to discourage them. We will provide baskets of sunscreen and insect repellent for your use.

If you have any questions not answered above, please contact us.