The Blind Pig Music Festival, Vancouver’s newest music festival, is taking over Granville Island’s Performance Works for two weekends in August. Enjoy vibrant and local lineup of live music, cocktails, food trucks, and a thriving sense of community.
Blind Pig Music Festival on Granville Island
The Festival will host six nights of music, both indoors and outdoors, from August 10-12 and then again August 17-19. Tickets are now available for $35 online in advance or $40 at the door.
Don’t miss Happy Hour (4:00pm to 6:00pm) each performance day before the shows start at 8:00pm.
At the heart of The Blind Pig’s mission is the dedication to supporting local musicians during these challenging post-pandemic times when we, as Vancouverites, need music, art and community more than ever. The lineup includes:
- August 10th Michaela Slinger with Riun Garner
- August 11th Cody Lawless and Cam Blake
- August 12th Locarno with Mosaic Riddim
- August 17th Brass Camel with BADMNY
- August 18th Bo Henrik with Sylvie Cox
- August 19th Pistol Whip the Devil with FKA Rayne
“We believe that music has the power to unite and uplift us all,” said the festival organizer, Melodie Creegan. “Through The Blind Pig Music Festival, we aim to create a joyous legacy that celebrates local talent and to promote a strong sense of community in Vancouver.”
About Performance Works
- 1218 Cartwright St, Vancouver on Granville Island
Originally a machine shop in the 1920s, Performance Works opened in 1992 with a mandate to provide the arts community with a permanent rehearsal and performance venue. It is popular concert venue, known for its great acoustics. Performance Works is a flexible and beautiful performance space with a wooden floor, surrounded by impressive wooden beams, and flanked with large roll-up doors to let in the gorgeous scenery that surrounds the building. There is a bar service area, a large outdoor patio, and outdoor performance space right next to Ron Basford Park.
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