If you want to travel back in time to a place where Pickathon stuck to its pluckin’ roots and cost $100 less, the drier climes of 4 Peaks just might be your jam. Taking its name from the four Cascade mountain peaks that form a picturesque backdrop to this central Oregon fest, 4 Peaks has been bringing an eclectic array of national, regional and local bands to Bend for more than a decade. This year’s lineup features the folksy stylings of The Wood Brothers, Billy Strings, Rising Appalachia, Poor Man’s Whiskey and The Lil’ Smokies alongside rockers Los Lobos and Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, plus soulful NW faves Polyrhythmics and Samuel Eisen-Meyers accompanying hometown hip-hop hero MOsley WOtta—all on multiple stages. Entering its 12th year, the family-friendly vibe brings morning yoga, a silent disco, and plenty of options from Bend breweries, wineries and distilleries, making it a brilliant way to celebrate the summer solstice. Regular weekend passes (includes camping) are $205 (early bird) or $225 (after 4/20), teen passes (ages 11-17) are $80, and kids 10 and under are free, plus RV passes are available.