4 reasons to visit this year's Tall Tree Music Festival

Dec 20 2017, 5:25 am

Praise the festival lifestyle. Short shorts, face paint, sunnies, dancing like there’s no tomorrow, cold brewskies, greasy food, and the chance to watch your favourite bands. What’s not to love?

This year’s Tall Tree Music Festival promises to offer all the usual jubilee delights, and all right here on the West Coast.

So why should you check it out? We’ve put together just four reasons why the 7th edition of this festival is well worth the ticket.

1. The music

It seems obvious, but can we just relay the awesomeness that this year’s festival has in store? The Tall Tree Festival has unveiled a list of epic headliners including Mother Mother, Current Swell, Shad, Hollerado, and a slew of other groups that promise to keep the crowd full of energy. Get all the coolest music in one spot during this four-day festival that already has 65 acts confirmed…but don’t take it from us and check out the sweet lineup for yourself by clicking here.

2. The breathtaking backdrop

We’re not just talking about any backdrop here- we’re talking about the natural panorama of our own backyard as you celebrate on top of Browns Mountain. You won’t find another festival with this kind of West Coast charm anywhere else. This is the perfect place for pitching a tent and snuggling into a sleeping bag, after some intense partying, of course.

3. An opportunity to disconnect

Disconnect from your phone, work, and all the dramas of the big city life that the daily grind entails. And instead take a step back. Spend some time with friends, reconnect with the important things in life. No distractions, no problem.

4. The vendors

Expect a fantastic array of vendors including local artisans, designers, small businesses, food trucks, and much more. Handpick from a ton of different unique brews and feast guilt-free on festival fare like poutine and other greasy goods.

The Tall Tree Music Festival

When: June 30 – July 3

Where: Port Renfrew on Browns Mountain

Price: Tickets start at $165, camping passes at $60 – buy online

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