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2:30 - 9:30 PM Doors Open at 1:00 PM
General Admission - Adults $20.00
General Admission - Children $10.00 (6 - 12 Years)
Children 5 & under are FREE
Tickets Purchased At The Door
Ticket pre-sale ends Friday, August 15 at 5:00pm.
Fish Fest Schedule of Performances
All times are approximate and are subject to change.
12:30PM — DOORS OPEN FOR VIP
1:00PM — DOORS OPEN
2:00PM — OPENING ACT WINNERFAITHFUL TO ONE
2:30PM — TRIP LEE
3:25PM — BRITT NICOLE
4:35PM — RED
6:00PM — JEREMY CAMP
8:05PM — MERCYME
Fish Fest will be held in Riverfront Park in Salem located at 200 Water St NE, Salem, OR 97301.
Fish Fest starts at 2:30pm with doors opening at 1:00pm for General Admission. Doors open for VIP ticket holders at 12:30pm.
Re-entry will be allowed with hand-stamp only (obtain your hand stamp when you enter the event, or before you leave the gates)
Parking is FREE and available surrounding the park and downtown Salem. Click here to check out Salem's parking guide (Rivefront Park is on the left side of the map).
No. Pets will not be allowed in Fish Fest unless they are an ADA service animal.
Please don't bring the following:
No. Seating in all sections is on a first-come, first-served basis on the grass, so please arrive early for the best possible seats.
Both General Admission and VIP are welcome to bring blankets or chairs to sit on and are encouraged to bring low-back (beach) chairs for the consideration of others. Absolutely no umbrellas will be allowed as not to block the view of other festival goers — so bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen!
The VIP (SOLD OUT) section is directly in front of the stage (extending the length of the stage) and is limited on the number of people who will be in that area, restricted to those holding VIP tickets for admittance/re-admittance.
The General Admission area includes the lawn/ground seating not fenced off for the VIP section.
Accommodations can be made for handicap seating in all ticket levels — please see a security team member the day of the show and they can assist you. Please be aware that the venue is a grass field.
No. Outside food and drink will not be allowed inside Fish Fest. However, there will be plenty affordable and delicious dining options in the food court.
If you do not see the answer to your question on this page, please email Beckii Schiffer (Web Admin) using our contact form here, or call 503-786-0600 for assistance. We will also have staff members on-site at the festival who can help you with your questions.
Since their inception, the music of this Texas-based group has fueled a continual dialog both among people of faith and those grasping for it. Whether offering up encouragement or inciting random acts of kindness, MercyMe entertains, enlightens and invites community among a broad spectrum of people.
Having sold three million records, charted nineteen No. 1 hits, received GRAMMY-nominations and won several major Dove Awards, Jeremy's music has touched the hearts of millions. His thought provoking lyrics and engaging acoustic rock styles make Jeremy a must see for all.
Nashville-based rock outfit RED comprises Michael Barnes (vocals), Anthony Armstrong (guitar) Randy Armstrong (bass) and Joe Rickard (drums).
Red has sold nearly 1 million units, garnering two GRAMMY nominations, five GMA Dove Awards, two Top 10 Active Rock singles, three Top 10 Mainstream Rock singles and 10 consecutive No. 1 hits at Christian radio.
In penning the eponymous single for her third album Gold, Britt Nicole drew inspiration from some of the deeply devoted fans she’s amassed over the years. “I’d gotten lots of letters telling me, ‘I’m struggling, I’m being bullied, I don’t feel like I fit in,’” says the newest pop singer/songwriter signed to Capitol Records.
Trip Lee is an author, teacher, hip-hop artist, and thought leader. A pastor-in-training in Washington, D.C., he regularly preaches and teaches at Christian conferences and events, and has performed his music for thousands of listeners around the world.