The lineup for the 2019 Shambhala Music Festival has been revealed and there’s a ton of acts we’re looking forward to checking out. 1000volts (Redman and Jayceeoh), A Tribe Called Red, Charli 2na, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Skratch Bastid, TroyBoi and many more.
You can find the official press release and poster below.
Shambhala Music Festival announces 2019 lineup
their 22nd anniversary
Shambhala Music Festival is pleased to announce the 2019 Lineup. The festival has historically presented some of the biggest names in electronic dance music, and this year’s lineup is quite possibly the biggest one yet.
Having previously announced UK drum and bass heavyweights Chase & Status (DJ Set), bass music crowd favourite Excision, the return of future-funk, sax-playing GRiZ, trap beat maker TroyBoi and the debut of Grammy-nominated producer ZHU, the roster is now joined by an extensive list of electronic heavyweights from around the globe. Other highlights include Anti Up (the new collaborative project of bass house tastemakers Chris Lake & Chris Lorenzo), masked electro trio Black Tiger Sex Machine, world-renowned downtempo electronica producer Bonobo (DJ Set), French multi-instrumentalist FKJ, wobble masters Ganja White Night, dance music veteran Jauz, one of EDM’s most prolific producers Kaskade, Wakaan Records founder Liquid Stranger, UK electronic chart-topping trio Nero (DJ Set), dubstep legend Rusko, Silk City (Diplo and Mark Ronson’s new project), Toronto-based duo Zed’s Dead and so much more.
This year’s lineup also presents the all-new ‘Shambhala Favourites’ billing, featuring the likes of A-Skillz, Defunk, El Papachango, Father Funk, Fort Knox Five & Qdup, JFB, JPOD, K+Lab, KJ Sawka, LWSD, Mat The Alien, Neon Steve, Phibes, Skiitour, Slynk, Smalltown DJ’s, Stickybuds, Stylust, The Librarian and WBBL.
In addition, the festival is also set to release an additional 200+ artists from April 4-9, 2019. Guests can expect a diverse range of music from Shambhala’s six stages, The Amphitheatre, The Fractal Forest, The Grove, The Living Room, The Pagoda and The Village.
This year also marks a momentous achievement as Shambhala is now the longest running electronic music festival in Canada. With a history steeped in diverse electronic music, mesmerizing attractions and art installations, educational workshops and a progressive harm reduction production, the festival continues to remain a unique independent force in the festival world.
After celebrating their 21st-anniversary last year, Shambhala Music Festival is thrilled to return to the pristine Salmo River Ranch in British Columbia, Canada on August 9-12, 2019 for the 22nd annual edition. Taking place on a breathtaking family-run farm, festival-goers will have the chance to experience the best of what nature has to offer throughout four blissful days, while witnessing hundreds of world-class artists across six unique stages, each curated and run by their own stage directors.
Shambhala began in 1998 as a grassroots gathering of 500 people on founder Jimmy Bundschuh’s family farm in an evergreen forest beneath breathtaking mountains and has since grown overtime primarily by word-of-mouth thanks to past guests and artists. Shambhala’s home has continued to evolve over the past two decades with a focus on infrastructure that ensures a healthy and sustainable environment.
Don’t miss out, tickets are almost gone. Purchase your #Shambhala2019 tickets here. Glamping packages are offered with ShambhaLodging, in addition to some other accommodation packages for those travelling from afar who are looking for comfort and convenience. Carpool options and additional travel information is available on the Shambhala website.
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