Located on the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation, owned by Muckleshoot Tribal Enterprises and operated by Live Nation, White River Amphitheater has been hosting live music events since 2003, when on June 14th of that year hometown favourites Hearts performed as the opening act. The venue cost over $30 million to construct and has a capacity of 16,000, including 9,000 covered seats.
White River Amphitheatre is a fantastic venue to experience the best live music performers with it’s acoustically treated roof and large video screens on both sides of the stage. The venue has played host to world reowned music acts such as Iron Maiden, Sting and Jimmy Buffett (who released a live album from his live performance in 2003 called “Live in Auburn, WA”). The amphitheatre also regularly hosts music festivals such as the Vans Warped Tour, Crüe Fest, Ozzfest, The Mayhem Festival and many more.