If you missed your chance to see Enormous: The Gorge Story in theaters you are still in luck! The documentary, focused on the history of the nation’s most beautiful outdoor venue, is now available to stream right from home.
The Gorge Amphitheater is located in Washington state and is a second home to many music lovers and concert goers around the PNW. Several dance music shows and festivals have been held at The Gorge, including Paradiso and this year’s return of Beyond Wonderland PNW.
Although it is primarily known as a music venue, The Gorge is much more. The beauty and nature surrounding this amphitheater only makes you wonder how The Gorge came to be what it is today.
Enormous: The Gorge Story, directed by Nic Davis, charts a path through the evolution of the venue and why it is now one of the most desirable venues for artists to perform.
Artists such as Dave Matthews, Jason Mraz, Dierks Bentley, Pat Monahan, and Mike McCready speak first hand on The Gorge. Many of these artists explain the impact performing here has had on them and why it is such a special place.
Journey through The Gorge’s captivating history by streaming “Enormous: The Gorge Story” on streaming services including Prime Video, Youtube, Apple TV, and many more. You can also check out our review of the documentary when it first previewed here.
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