Shambhala Festival Awaits You!


Shambhala Festival Awaits You!

Shambhala Festival is the crème a la crème of music events. As a true transformational festival, the event provides the opportunity to live life meat and dairy free, be in tune with nature, enjoy friends and family, listen to incredible music, watch awesome performances, and see beautiful art.

Located in the forest of Canada, Shambhala sits on 500 pristine acres of land. The festival is a choose your own adventure where you can decide how to spend your day either in a floaty on the water or at one of the many attendee organized events such as the Shambhala virgin tour or the Day Onesie party. Official non-music events include the Basscamp Art Gallery, Yoga, and many wonderful workshops.

The music is expertly curated and includes Claude VonStroke, Rezz, Liquid Stranger, Destructo, Truth and The Glitch Mob just to name a few. No matter what your genre of choice is, Shambhala has got you covered. The stage productions are breathtaking works of art. Find the funk at the Fractal Forest stage and see state of the art video mapping and high beam lasers at the Pagoda stage. Finally, don’t miss the bass music booming from the depths of the Village stage.

The vending onsite is a genuine world market and you can get official Shambhala merch in the bundled goods with a special hat and graphics that celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the festival. The 18 food vendors are extra sustainable with no meat or dairy products, which is wonderful for mother earth. Showers and free water stations are perks that this festival is happy to supply as well which is very considerate and will make three days in the sun and dust a breeze.

Shambhala truly is a leader when it comes to sustainability and transformation at a music festival. The very best part about it hands down are the people that work so hard every year to bring the event to fruition. Hats off to the organizers, vendors, and attendees! So grab your dancing pants because a beautiful experience awaits all who come to Shambhala.

Check out the website here for tickets and lodging info: