This film tells the story of the Gorge, a concert venue in Eastern Washington became "a life-changing mecca for artist and fans." "Enormous: The Gorge Story chronicles the evolution of a family-owned Washington winery - with a makeshift plywood stage - that eventually became an internationally-renowned concert venue that has attracted over 7 million fans, and the world's biggest musicians, to a patch of rural farmland 150 miles from nowhere," reads a press release about the documents. Acts such as singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, who first played at the amphitheater in its parking lot during one of Dave Matthews' three-day shows, testify about the venu'e's magic powers. .The film screens at 7:30 tonight at the Cedar Lee Theatre. Check the website for ticket prices.