August 19, 2014
Fraternity Snoqualmie’s annual Nudestock festival has many similarities with the 1960’s event that inspired the local one.
There’s the similar carefree, no worries vibe, and a day’s worth of music to keep audiences swaying through the night. But there is one marked difference — Fraternity Snoqualmie’s festival attendees will likely do their dancing without any clothes.
“It’s about the music, the freedom to just come and dance completely natural, no clothes, no inhibitions, no social pressures. You just get to be yourself,” Fraternity Snoqualmie spokeswoman Dawnzella Gearhart said.
The family nudist park nestled on Tiger Mountain will host its annual day of music from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 23. The party goes on rain or shine thanks to a covered stage.