For those who feel like their summer music scene has been sorely lacking since the demise of the Squamish Valley Music Festival and/or the Pemberton Music Festival, a newly-announced event this summer might be just the ticket needed to fill that void.
- Art installation featuring 10,000 tulips transforms Metropolis at Metrotown (PHOTOS)
- Teens in this BC town finally have the legal freedom to be out at night
- Cherry blossoms are already blooming in this Canadian city (PHOTOS)
Featuring three days of bands, entertainers, and visual artists, the Squamish Constellation Festival said its mandate is to “shine the light on excellent music from British Columbia, Canada, and beyond.”
The three-day festival will take place from July 26 to July 28, in Hendrickson Field, “amidst the stunning backdrop of the Squamish Chief.”
According to its website, the festival will also include:
- VIP area and packages
- Genres include alt-pop, folk, indie, alt-rock, singer-songwriter, funk/soul, brass/big bands and family acts
- Free entry to children 12 and under
- Strong representation of female, indigenous, and LGBTQ+ artists
- Blanket-style seating with separate dancing areas
- Interactive community legacy art creation
- Site-wide liquor license, craft beer, cocktail and wine lounges
- Exquisite culinary delights
And while we may be in the middle of January, it’s never to early to start thinking about that summer music scene.