Camp Colton, Oregon, December 20, 2020
Atlas Obscura & Nissan Present Rogue Routes
Healthy & Safety Statement
A cross-country celebration
of the rogue spirit through once-in-a-lifetime
drive-in and livestream experiences.
Explore the Lineup
Mary Lattimore, Moon Duo, Jason Ward
GZA, Quintron's Weather Warlock, and more announced soon
Performers will be announced soon!
Chicano Batman, Swoon, Josh Foer
Canceled Due to Weather
TOKiMONSTA, Miles Daisher, Eric Koston, Selema Masekela, Kate Courtney
Watch Event Recording
How Are You Getting There?
Use Our Itineraries to Plan Your Rogue Route to the Show
Rogue Routes: The Road to Carhenge
Rogue Routes: The Road to Pikes Peak
Unconventional People Who Tread Their Own Path
Jose Sarria: The Activist in Drag who Changed American Politics Forever
Bessie Stringfield: The Motorcycle Queen of Miami
Hisako Koyama: The Astronomer who Left Her Mark on the Sun
Ada Blackjack: Queen of the Arctic Wild
The Compton Cowboys: “Streets raised us. Horses saved us.”
Unusual Sites from Atlas Obscura
Lincoln, New Hampshire
Horsetail Fall's Firefall
Elijah Bond's Ouija Board Grave
Sky's The Limit Observatory
Twentynine Palms, California
More Stories to Inspire from Atlas Obscura
The Weird, Dangerous, Isolated Life of the Saturation Diver
One of the world's most hazardous jobs is known for its intense pressure.
The Snorkeling Grannies of New Caledonia
They're senior citizens turned citizen scientists. And their work is changing marine biology, one sea snake at a time.
Minnesota's 'Root Beer Lady' Lived Alone in a Million-Acre Wilderness
The "loneliest woman in America" brewed root beer for thousands of visitors.
These French Falconers Are a Family Act
Their diverse, globetrotting work is equal parts science and spectacle.
Can America’s Premier Lightning Lab Revive Its Renegade Spirit?
“We want to continue triggering lightning. We’re in no way done with that.”
Mexico's All-Female Mariachi Bands Are Shaking Up Tradition
The genre is moving beyond its machismo-fueled roots.
In São Tomé, a Pop Star Helps Keep Sea Turtles Off the Dinner Table
A hit single is benefiting an endangered species.
The Cherokee Chefs Bringing Back North America’s Lost Cuisine
Researching traditional foods led them to the revelations of an archaeological dig in Kentucky.
Remembering When Women Ruled a Wild West Town
In 1920 the "bad-man rendezvous" of Jackson, Wyoming, elected an all-female government. Will it be another hundred years till that happens again?
Meet the United States’s Only Female Lighthouse Keeper
Sally Snowman belongs to a tradition of freedom, loneliness, and pride.