In 2002, construction for the venue began, with Sustaita Architects in charge of design and building execution but the Hoffman Construction Company. The Sunlight Supply Amphitheater opened in 2003. The amphitheater went through several name changes from then to now, named Sleep Country Amphitheater after Sleep Country USA acquired the naming rights. With that contract expiring after 3 years, the venue was renamed Amphitheater Northwest in January 2015 until they found a new sponsor later the same year, and the amphitheater has been known as the Sunlight Supply Amphitheater ever since.

Since its opening, the Ridgefield Amphitheater has seen the biggest names in music pass through its doors – from Def Leppard in 2003, to Coldplay becoming the first act to sell out the venue in 2009, to Jason Aldean and Maroon 5 in 2013! Things just keep getting bigger and better at the Ridgefield Amphitheater – go to the events page to see what’s on this year!

Sunlight Supply Amphitheater

About RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater

The RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater is located at 17200 NE Delfel Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642. It’s owned by Quincunx of Washington and operated by Livenation. The venue is around a 20-minute drive from downtown Portland, making it a versatile and convenient spot.

With prominent owners and as the largest outdoor music venue in the Portland metro area, the RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater hosts a range of shows. There are concerts from world-class touring acts, stage shows, Clark County events, and private functions.

Together, its two major sections make up a capacity of 18,000. That includes 7,810 covered reserved seats and around 10,000 people on the lawn. Notable performers to have appeared at RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater in the past include:

  • Coldplay
  • Kenny Chesney
  • Nickelback
  • Journey
  • Aerosmith
  • The Police.

Amphitheater history

RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater is a young concert venue. Its construction began in 2002 after a multi-million-dollar investment in the area.

It first opened in 2003, with challenging early years as the owners began to build up its reputation among fans and artists. Several milestone performances firmly put it on the national map in the late 2000s. Coldplay’s sell-out 2009 performance showed the true potential of the venue.

Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, now consistently attracting top-tier performers. The venue has also been known by several different names due to changing corporate sponsorships, including:

  • 2003: The Amphitheater at Clark County
  • 2010: Renamed Sleep Country Amphitheater after Sleep Country USA acquired the naming rights
  • 2014: Amphitheater Northwest
  • 2015: Renamed Sunlight Supply Amphitheater after securing new sponsorship
  • 2021: Renamed after new sponsor as the RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater.