There’s nothing like a really good outdoor music festival, to have you fall in love with the great outdoors, live music and getting to know people that share the same love. Here’s some of our favorite festivals. Be sure to visit their websites and/or Facebook pages for more info and ticket details.
Going for over 22 years, just over the border at the Deming Logging Grounds, this is one of the funnest and friendliest of blues festivals with a bit of rock thrown in, usually on Saturday night. Lloyd & Marsha bring a special flair to the festival scene with the relationships they’ve made with some great musicians, volunteers and of course, the festival goers. Be sure to check it out!
Check out the line-up for 2018:
Sonny Landreth, Ana Popovic, Southern Hospitality & Victor Wainright
Anthony Gomes, Daniel Castro, Albert Catiglia…..
Not to be missed – great camping too!
We are so excited about this new festival! About time we got one in our Fraser Valley area!
Being held on the 18 Pastures Golf Course in Ruskin (between Mission & Maple Ridge), this festival is going to be something you’ll want to be in on, from the very start.
This year they are bringing us: Elvin Bishop, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Dana Fuchs, Nikki Hill, Popa Chubby (one of our favorites!), the Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer, Harpdog Brown and 5 other bands.
There will be camping on site too. So bring your tent, your trailer, your fun self and come enjoy a weekend of great outdoor music on July 14 – 15. Ticket and other info at www.IronMountainMusicFestival.com
Staged in one of BC’s loveliest parks, overlooking the Fraser River, the Mission Folk Music Festival presents a festival renowned for its mix of accessibility and easy-going comfort, affordability and small-town friendliness, shaded day stages and some of the finest folk, world, roots, blues and brilliantly “un-categorizable” music from across Canada and around the world.
Heading into it’s 26th year, the Salmon Arm ROOTSandBLUES festival long ago established itself as one of the summer destination spots for fans and lovers of music ranging from Blues to Bluegrass, Celtic to Cuban and Americana to Afro-beat.
From humble beginnings of stand alone folk shows in Salmon Arm community halls, ROOTSandBLUES grew into a major western Canadian outdoor event that has played host to patrons from all over western Canada and the Pacific North West.