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Squamish Valley Music Festival (SVMF) 2015 - Aug 7 2015

Virgin Mobile Presents Squamish Valley Music Festival Media Backgrounder The Squamish Valley Music Festival (SVMF) is so much more than just an outdoor musical event. It brings together performing and visual artists in one of the most stunning locations in the country, entrancing fans with a palpable energy that reaches far beyond the Festival grounds. It blends the liveliness of a highly technical, industry-leading concert, with the nostalgia and ethereal vibe of a vintage family holiday. It is an experience unlike any other. Launched in 2010 as the brainchild of the crew at brand.LIVE Management Group, Virgin Mobile Presents Squamish Valley Music Festival, Western Canada’s premier music event, returns for its sixth consecutive year with three days and three nights of top-notch music. The Festival features some of the biggest international names in the music industry today, alongside national and emerging regional talent, in an incredible experience highlighting artistry of all genres. Modeled after the great festivals of Europe, the 2010 multi-stage Festival featured performances by Devo, Matthew Good, The Decemberists and Bad Religion, and welcomed over 13,000 patrons. In 2011, the Festival continued to grow with attendance numbers increasing to 18,000 and acts like Weezer, Metric, Girl Talk and Major Lazer topping the bill. In September of that year, brand.LIVE began discussions with Live Nation, the world’s leading live entertainment and e-commerce company, about the future potential of the Festival, which led to a collaboration in 2012. The 2012 SVMF saw attendance over 24,000 and performances from the Tragically Hip, City and Colour, Mother Mother and Chromeo. In 2013, the Festival was rebranded as the Squamish Valley Music Festival as the partnership of these two industry leaders became more established and set the stage for international talent, including Queens of the Stone Age, Vampire Weekend, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Band of Horses and Pretty Lights. The 2013 SVMF welcomed more than 40,000 music fans and generated over $18 million in economic impact. 2014 brought the biggest changes to the Festival, when it was anchored as one of the most significant events in the Canadian music industry. The Festival expanded to some 81 acres, including the massive Centennial Field Complex, allowing it to welcome more than 105,000 guests over the course of the weekend. The new venue brought with it improved camping facilities, enhanced transportation options and more than 70 performances, including an incredible roster headlined by Bruno Mars, Arcade Fire and Eminem. The 2014 SVMF was its first to utilize state of the art RFID technology to provide faster, more convenient onsite transactions for all Festivalgoers. The three and a half day festival generated nearly $32 million in economic activity across British Columbia, making an impact not just in the music industry, but also in communities across the province. For more information, please visit:. Find us on Twitter and Instagram @squamishfest #SVMF and Facebook.

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Stagecoach Country Music Festival 2013 - Apr 26 2013

Where: - Empire Polo Field - Indio CA - Who: - Charley Pride Charlie Daniels Band Darius Rucker Dierks Bentley Dwight Yoakam Hank Williams Jr. Lady Antebellum Lonestar Marty Stuart Old Crow Medicine Show Phil Vassar Riders in the Sky Rodney Atkins Roger McGuinn Tanya Tucker Toby Keith Trace Adkins Zac Brown Band Stagecoach Country Music Festival Jerry Lee Lewis Joe Nichols Justin Townes Earle John Anderson Don Williams Hayes Carll Nick 13 Suzy Bogguss Jeff Bridges Thompson Square The Steel Wheels Commander Cody Florida Georgia Line Friends Jana Kramer John Reilly Band Blue Sky Riders Brown Bird Robert Ellis Commander Cody Band Connie Smith Wylie and the Wild West John Reilly & Friends Maggie Rose Becky Stark Little Willies Katey Sagal
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Summer Arts and Music Festival 2018 - Jun 2 2018

he Mateel Community Center is grateful to announce the Summer Arts and Music Festival for 2018. The 42nd annual event will take place at Benbow Lake State Recreation Area, Saturday June 2nd and Sunday June 3rd, 2018. Please join us as this beloved event continues its evolution. This year we will be increasing the emphasis on the Kids Zone and Youth stage and will bring the community even more local talent and entertainment. The evening music lineup at the Trees stage will dazzle with recognized touring artists. Food, craft vendor and handmade artisans please send inquires to , or complete the application here, there is still room for you! For 2018, we will be encouraging more local non-profit food booths to participate and cutting down on the number of for-profit food vendors. Sponsorship packages are available for SAMF 2018, increase your business exposure while at the same time helping to support the Mateel, inquire at  The 2018 Summer Arts & Music Festival takes place June 2-3 at Benbow Lakes State Recreation Area 2 miles south of Garberville. Interested performers are invited to apply by completing an Entertainer Application. Applications must be received by March 16th to be considered. Attendees can expect two days of 150+ handmade craft booths, delicious local food booths, a fun Kids Zone, Belly Dance Temple, Generation Green Dome and the newly-expanded Summertronica stage! Advance tickets will receive a healthy discount, tickets are now available for purchase for $35 in advance or at the Mateel office at the community center in the weeks to come. The two-day ticket price at the gate is $40 and the tickets are $25 per day, sold at the gate only. We truly look forward to celebrating the start of summer with our greater community in the sunshine along the south fork of the Eel river. Don’t miss the 42nd annual Summer Arts and Music Festival, a benefit fundraiser for the non-profit Mateel and for the community!

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Summer Camp 2011 - May 27 2011

2011 Line-Up:

moe. (3 days!), Umphrey’s McGee (3 days!), Widespread Panic, STS9, Bassnectar, Huey Lewis and The rUMors, The Avett Brothers, Girl Talk, Yonder Mountain String Band, De La Soul, Bela Fleck & The Flecktones, Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, Keller Williams (KDubalicious), Slightly Stoopid, Lotus, Wiz Khalifa, Skrillex, EOTO, Cornmeal, The New Mastersounds, Big Gigantic, SOJA, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, 7 Walkers, Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile, The Wood Brothers, Tea Leaf Green, Mimosa, BoomBox, Papadosio, Daedelus, Family Groove Company, Future Rock, The Werks, Gaelic Storm, Greensky Bluegrass, Rebirth Brass Band, The Mother Hips, The Pimps of Joytime, Ryan Montbleau Band, Paper Diamond, The Macpodz, The Ragbirds, Orgone, Euforquestra, Two Fresh, Signal Path, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Ella Riot (formerly My Dear Disco), Fareed Haque & MathGames, Chicago Farmer, DJ SOLO, Positive Vibr8ions, Dirtfoot, Truth & Salvage Co., Keys N Krates, The Twin Cats, Steez, The Giving Tree Band, The Coop, Van Ghost, Jaik Willis, Brainchild, Lubriphonic, Mountain Sprout, Devil Train, Alabaster Brown, The Main Squeeze, Zmick, Henhouse Prowlers, Big Light, Strange Arrangement, Fresh Hops, and many more!

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