Per the official press release –
Shambhala Music Festival is back and better than ever. Canada’s premier and longest-running electronic music festival released its 2020 lineup today.
Featuring artists like fan favourites, Black Tiger Sex Machine, trap and bass extraordinaire, RL GRIME, German House producer, Claptone, Vancouver producer and multi-instrumentalist, Ekali, the anonymous masked, MALAA, Trap-House-Jazz favourite, Masego, Techno icon, Richie Hawtin, critically acclaimed, Tycho, Deadmau5’ brainchild, Testpilot, hip-hop all-star, DJ Premier, farm favourite, REZZ, Trap legends, Slander, UK producer, Tipper, Canadian electronic duo, Bob Moses, acclaimed Dubstep DJ, Subtronics, Funk-inspired, Wajatta, (ft. Reggie Watts + John Tejada) UK Drum and bass legend, Sub Focus, the always eclectic Seven Lions, YouTube Sensation, Marc Rebillet, and the world-renowned What So Not, the 23rd annual get together on the farm in Salmo, B.C. is sure to live up to the hype–and then some.
The stacked lineup features heavy hitters, up-and-comers, all-time favourites, and everything in between.
“2020 is going to be bigger and better than ever,” said Shambhala Music Festival founder Jimmy Bundschuh. “We can’t wait to welcome you home to the farm. We’ve got a ton in store for you this summer, and just wait until you get to see the new and improved Village stage.”
For months the redesign of the renowned Village Stage has been under lock and key. This summer, lucky Shambhala attendees will be greeted to the next generation of West Coast Bass legend.
In addition to today’s stacked lineup release, you can expect to see close to 200+ yet to be announced artists roll out between March 2 and 7 as the Living Room, the Grove, the Fractal Forest, the Amphitheatre, the Village and the Pagoda each release their own respective lineups.
If you haven’t been before, Shambhala Music Festival is an independent anomaly. Taking place on a breathtaking family-run farm, festival-goers have the chance to experience the best of what nature has to offer 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 primarily by word-of-mouth.
So don’t miss out, tickets are moving fast. You can purchase your #Shambhala2020 tickets here.