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Shambhala releases set times, new app as tickets near sold-out status

With Shambhala just around the corner, the festival has officially unveiled its slate of set times, along with a brand new version of its mobile app.

Among the highlights include SkiiTour’s traditional opening set at the AMPitheater on Thursday evening, a special 10:30 p.m. drum & bass set from dance music legends Rudimental at the Village on Friday, and the yet-to-be-revealed surprise artist at the Village that same night at 11:30 p.m.

Fans of the funk will get a special treat on Friday as well, with Westwood Records hosting a full takeover starting at 11 p.m., featuring Defunk, Opiuo, The Funk Hunters, and more.

On Saturday, The Village will be going all in on drum & bass heavy hitters, starting with Phibes at 11 p.m., following by Delta Heavy, Koven, and ShockOne, before closing things out with bass legend Downlink. Over at the Pagoda, Le Youth will be taking us in to sunrise.

Sunday will then kick off with the five-hour Fractal Funk Jam starting at 2 p.m. The AMPitheater will feature a stacked lineup of its own that night headlined by What So Not at 1 a.m., while Subtronics throws down at the Pagoda around that same time.

You can download the Shambhala app to make your own schedule in the Apple Store or on Google Play.

Tickets are also quickly selling out, with the festival estimating that just 200 are currently left in stock. You can grab yours at this link while supplies last.

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