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Westward Music Festival 2019


Monday, August 19th, 2019 — 9:00am PDT
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The Westward Music Festival returns to Vancouver from September 12-15, 2019 featuring Joji, The Paper Kites, Black Mountain, Emotional Oranges and many more at both free and ticketed shows across downtown.

Westward 2019

Westward Music Festival 2019

  • When: September 12 to 15, 2019
  • Where: Biltmore, Imperial and Vogue Theatres, along with the street party in Yaletown
  • Tickets: Available online

In addition to ticketed events, the Westward Street Party will have three FREE outdoor stages between Davie, Mainland and Nelson streets in Yaletown with entertainment on Friday, September 13th and Saturday, 14th.

The Music BC stage will be located at the intersection of Nelson and Hamilton, featuring performances by I M U R,Jo Passed, Rare Americans, The Tourist Company, Diamond Café, Old Soul Rebel, Prado, Sam The Astronaut, HOFFEY, Phono Pony, Meltt, Biawanna, and Glass Forest and will be active with performances on both Friday and Saturday..

The two other Westward Yaletown stages, the Kater Stage and the Electronic Stage, powered by Groundwerk, will both run on Saturday, September 14th. The Kater Stage will be located on Davie Street and will feature Little Destroyer, Hotel Mira, Missy D, Teon Gibbs, Booty EP, Parlour Panther, Fionn, and Sam Lynch. The Electronic Stage, powered by Groundwerk, will host Esette, Dj dood, Which Nancy, Niki Sadeki, Joel West B2B Jay Tripwire, and Kevin Shiu.

Accompanying the music at these outdoor events will be a beer garden, food and a host of local vendors for attendees to explore and enjoy.

View the full lineup schedule online and for more information follow Westward on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

A Miss604.com guest post by Alexis Miles

Alexis Miles

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