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Shambhala 2019: Every live set released so far

The Pagoda stage, Shambhala 2018 (Credit: Cameron Frazier/Banana Cam) Photo
The Pagoda stage, Shambhala 2018 (Credit: Cameron Frazier/Banana Cam) Photo

Shambhala Music Festival is one of our favorite festivals on the planet. Dozens upon dozens of the best acts in dance music gather with thousands of the best people on earth to enjoy a few days of great music. The 22nd annual iteration of Shambhala took place this year, with artists like Kaskade, Deathpact, NERO, Excision, Rusko, Mija, and more providing the soundtrack to our life-long memories made at The Farm.

With six-plus stages and four days worth of music, we couldn’t possibly enjoy each and every set in-person. Even trying our best to stage-hop as much as we could, there were some sets we missed out on. Luckily, there are no bad choices at Shambhala, and more often than not, where you need to be is exactly where you’re at.

Thankfully, Shambhala is a festival which usually features more live-set releases than most. This gives us the chance to re-live some of our favorite memories, or catch sets we otherwise would’ve missed forever. There are some artists we can expect sets from, but nothing is ever 100%, so we’ll gladly take every set we can find. So far, we’ve collected sets from the likes of Deathpact, No Mana, Freddy J, Meowmix, and more. We’re expecting plenty more to follow in the coming months.

Note: We’ll be scouring the interwebs for live-sets from Shambhala 2019 and updating this article regularly, so be sure to check back! Also, we’d like to shout-out Burchill, who is consistently on top of scouring Soundcloud for these sets, and is a must-follow for all things related to Shambhala live-sets each and every year.

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