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Shambhala Music Festival and The Living Room Stage are thrilled to share with you their full line-up for the 23rd Annual Shambhala Music Festival. The Living Room Stage is truly a feast for the senses, with spectacular aesthetics in the form of lamps, lights, and lasers found throughout the area for guests to gaze upon, all while enjoying a ‘groove-based’ musical flow provided by a full PK sound system.

The Living Room Stage welcomes American songwriter, composer, and producer, Tycho, to the stage this year, where he will leave guests mesmerized by his musical melodies echoing throughout the beachside. There’s a special treat in store for attendees as the legendary, Greg Wilson, makes his Canadian debut. There is no doubt that his unique blend of disco, soul, funk, and everything in between will leave guests feeling the Shambhalove. Other artists supplying those sunny relaxed vibes all weekend include Psychemagik, Hawk., Jeremy Sole, Lovefingers, Pleasensations (Neon Steve), Steve Raskin (Fort Knox 5), The Librarian, Boogie T.Rio, Dirtwire, Moontricks and many more.

“We are happy to be offering a diverse line up of groove-based dance music; showcasing some legends in the scene, while providing the perfect place to beach stage and chill by day and boogie by night” -Sara Spicer & Hoola, The Living Room Stage Director(s).

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At The Living Room Stage, you can kick off your shoes, make yourself at home, and cool down in the sacred waters of the Salmo River. Enjoy the familiar, chilled-out Living Room vibe that wraps its arms around you at the most crucial times, whether it be a short break from the madness during peak party hours or some sunny relaxing riverside with your friends. Many people call Shambhala ‘home’ and every home has a Living Room: A comfort space where you can relax and host friends and family.

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.

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