This morning the Pemberton Music Festival was announced and it will take place on Friday, July 18th through Sunday, July 20th, 2014 in the mountain-side community. This will be a three-day contemporary music festival, near the foot of Mt. Currie in scenic Pemberton, is produced and promoted by HUKA Entertainment in collaboration with the Sunstone Group and the Lil’wat Nation.
From the press release:
“The Sunstone Group is thrilled to partner with HUKA Entertainment,” says Neil Colquhoun, President of the Sunstone Group. “We are very excited to host Pemberton Music Festival on our lands and look forward to continued collaboration with the local community in creating a fun, safe music experience that will be second to none.”
“The Lil’wat Nation is proud to support Pemberton Music Festival, continuing our legacy of participating in world-class events,” adds Lil’wat Nation Chief Lucinda Philips. “The Nation is happy to showcase its traditional territory and share our history and culture while promoting our economy.”
The lineup will be revealed at a future time and the vision “includes a wide spectrum of rock, indie, hip-hop, EDM, and more, anchored by top-level headliners,” says HUKA’s CEO A.J. Niland. In addition to experiencing live music performances from top-level artists, festival-goers can also enjoy a variety of arts, activities and other forms of entertainment along with on and off-site camping.
July is a spectacular time of year to explore the top of the Sea to Sky corridor and a music festival will provide a great excuse to plan that trip up to the Pemberton Valley. A limited number of tickets will go on sale on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 9:00am through the festival website. Follow the Pemberton Music Festival on Twitter and Facebook for more information leading up to next summer’s event.
A Pemberton Music Festival launch celebration, including a live performance and a special announcement, will take place tonight, Wednesday, September 25, at The Meadows at Pemberton Golf Course, located at 1730 Airport Road in Pemberton, BC. Doors open to the general public at 7:00pm and admission is free.