Shambhala Music Festival and The Grove Stage are pleased to announce the 2020 Grove Stage Lineup. Each year The Grove Stage curates a selection of artists from around the planet, each showcasing their world-sounds for all the gnomies in the forest. It is clear with their 2020 lineup announcement that The Grove Stage will always continue to break from the ordinary.
This year’s lineup features a wealth of new and familiar faces for guests to get down to. Female hip-hop artist, Leikeli47, will dominate guests’ attention with her unique stage presence and hard-hitting tunes. On the other end of the musical spectrum, Jamaican-born singer, Masego, will leave all those in his presence transfixed by his smooth jazz-like voice. More artists on the roster include Clozee, Mad Zach, Sir Spyro, Handsome Tiger, Too Many Zooz, The Librarian, Abstrakt Sonance, Bengal Sound, Kahn & Neek, Blockhead, Goopsteppa, and much more…
“Our roster this year is as diverse as ever, with the goal to have every attendee step into The Grove at least once over the weekend. Hip-hop, Grime, Bass, Dubstep, House, Techno – we have something for everyone.” – Byron Whitlaw, The Grove Stage Director.
The Grove is an invitation to immerse yourself in a fully interactive environment that celebrates music and dance amongst BC’s natural setting. The organic stage orientation provides a beautiful backdrop to world-class music and theatrical performance art. After sunset, The Grove transforms with full-spectrum Funktion-one sound and state of the art lighting designed to enliven and free the senses. Alongside the dance floors – festival goers will undoubtedly be drawn to the Grove Art Gallery, Tea Hive and Cedar Lounge. Familiarize yourself with the unique sounds of The Grove Stage with their 2020 lineup Spotify playlist here.
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.
Shambhala Music Festival takes place July 24 – 27 in Salmo, B.C. For more information, see the Shambhala Music Festival website here.
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