Wicked Woods Music Festival is returning for it’s 13th iteration near Fairmont Hot Springs in beautiful British Columbia. The festival features four stages in total, all four of which will be open on Friday and Saturday. The lineup and official schedule are now out – which means we can see when and where our favorite PNW artists will be performing.
First up, The Unicorn Lounge will have performers such as Lefy, Slynk, Stickybuds and The Gaff (among many more). Stickybuds recently marked his return to the PNW with a set at Red Room in Vancouver this past August. Catch him at the Unicorn Lounge on Saturday night.
The Hallow stage is a literal cabin stage powered by PK Sound and INEO studios. This stage features amazing light shows, loud bass and performances from some of the best DJs from the PNW. You can catch Shambhala’s very own Living Room Stage director Lion-S here on Friday night. Additionally you can count on performances from the likes of Neon Steve, Abstrakt Sonance and Calyx & Teebee.
The Portal kicks off its opening ceremonies Friday around dinnertime. Catch a performance from Penticton-based artist FuBaR’D on Friday afternoon. The stage closes out on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. with a Portal Fam Dub Rinseout.
Last, but certainly not least, the stage Ursus opens late Friday afternoon with a set from Vancouver artist Def3, with Nelson’s CHIMP IT performing that night at 10 p.m. Another Vancouverite, Longwalkshortdock will be performing something of an “ambient set” Saturday afternoon. The stage closes at midnight on Saturday with a performance by Skreid.
There are a limited amount of General Admission level 2 tickets remaining $353 CAD before fees and taxes. You will need to act fast if you want to save a bit of money. General Admission Level 3 tickets are priced at $381 CAD before taxes and fees. You also have the option of purchasing an Early Entry pass for Wednesday for $58.50 CAD. And don’t forget to purchase a parking pass if you need one! Free parking is available on site.
If you’re not able to attend the festival in it’s entirety, a limited amount of tickets are available online for the Saturday. Once the Saturday tickets are sold out online, a limited amount will be available at the gate.
Each ticket holder will be provided a large garbage bag, another bag for recycling, and a pocket ashtray. These items proved are thanks to the $3 environmental fee charged for each ticket. Wicked Woods has a “leave no trace” policy which means that a staff member will be checking campsites upon attendee’s departure.
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