After two years off due to the pandemic, Shambhala Music Festival returns to the Salmo River Ranch this summer, with tickets now on sale and going fast.
Those who purchased tickets for the cancelled 2020 event are able to have those count toward the 2022 iteration of the festival. For anyone looking to buy their tickets now, we’d advise moving quickly, with 90% already having sold out according to the festival.
General admission tickets are currently priced at $417 ($525 CAD, as the festival is held north of the border in eastern British Columbia), with payment plan options available.
Although general admission tent camping and parking is included with the purchase of a ticket, there are also limited upgraded lodging options available (which we would highly recommend for the most comfortable experience). Currently, reserved riverside campsites are available for $762, providing you with a 20-by-35 foot space where you can set up a tent or RV.
Standard lodging — offering a 10-by-10 campsite which can fit a tent — is currently sold out, but you can put yourself on the waitlist here if any spaces open up.
For more details on tickets you can head to this link.
In the meantime, we’ll be eagerly awaiting what’s sure to be a lineup to remember. In past years, Shambhala has typically unveiled its initial lineup of artists in late-March/early-April, before providing stage-by-stage details in the following weeks (usually late April).
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