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Twin Peaks Fest Sold Out For The First Time Ever

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Twin Peaks Fest 2012 Teaser

For the first time in its 20 years of existence, the fan-run Twin Peaks Fest has officially sold out!

After a previous organizer oversold tickets back in 2000, which caused occupancy problems and unhappy attendees, current organizers Amanda Hicks and Jared Lyon decided to put a limit on available tickets in order to keep things comfortable for everyone. That cutoff number was never reached before, until this anniversary year. Yes, Twin Peaks seems more popular than ever!

If you are one of the lucky 200+ fans who purchased a 2012 fest ticket, you’re in for a treat up in the Pacific Northwest coming August. If you missed the boat, your only chance left is to purchase a ticket from an attendee not able to make it. Keep an eye on the Twin Peaks Fest‘s Facebook page, where they usually post about those resales.

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