Squamish's new 3-day summer music festival just dropped its lineup

Mar 5 2019, 10:37 pm

Summer is around the corner (kind of), and with it the return of festival season.

And this year, to replace the space in our musical hearts left by Squamish Valley Music Festival and/or the Pemberton Music Festival, a new festival is taking over the West Coast in July.

The Squamish Constellation Festival will take place on Hendrickson Field, in Squamish, from July 26 to 28. The Festival also dropped its first wave of artists and performers.

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Bahamas, Serena Ryder, and Half Moon Run are headlining the inaugural festival.

The three-day festival will be a “celebration of music, art, food and so much fun,” said Tamara Stanners, one of four Squamish-based festival directors. “The vision of bringing a music festival back to the Sea to Sky is a real labour of love for us, and is now becoming a dream come true.”

Besides the music, the Squamish Constellation Festival will feature visual, live performance and interactive art all weekend long.

And to keep you fuelled up, there will be local beverages and brews being crafted in Squamish as well as a huge assortment of fantastic food trucks.

So far, other performers include: A Tribe Called Red, Dear Rouge, Peach Pit, Jocelyn Alice, Foxwarren, Cosmo Sheldrake, Fast Romantics, Scenic Route to Alaska, Fred Penner, The Jerry Cans, The Boom Booms, Art D’ecco, Sarah Macdougall, Luca Fogale, daysormay, Parker Bossley, Taylor James, Sunset Kids, Hunting, Jessicka, Hunting, Begonia, The Modelos, Sam Lynch, Taylor James, The Oot N Oots, The Kwerks, and Cat Madden.

Organizers say the next wave of headliners will be dropped soon.


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Squamish Constellation Festival

Where: Hendrickson Field

When: July 26 to 28, 2019

Tickets: Early bird general admission weekend passes at $165 plus service charges and fees, on March 6 and March 7 with presale codes found on the festival’s social media pages. General admission full weekend passes will be on sale March 8 at 10 am online for $199 and $425 for VIP, plus service charges and fees.

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