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Live at Squamish This Weekend, More Tickets


Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 — 10:24am PDT
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The Live at Squamish music festival is coming up this weekend presenting legendary bands such as Bad Religion and Devo alongside some of Vancouver’s hottest modern acts, like Said the Whale and We Are the City. Civil Twilight, Playing Live at Squamish Sunday The Dudes, Playing Live at Squamish Saturday Mother Mother, Playing Live at […]

Win Weekend Passes to Live at Squamish


Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 — 9:23am PDT
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Live at Squamish takes over the Logger Sports Grounds and Hendrickson Fields in Squamish, BC September 4th and 5th. Here is the amazing lineup they have planed: Saturday September 4th Devo, Matthew Good, Dirty Vegas, Hollerado, Z-Trip, We Are the City, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, Nigel Mihell, Seb Fontaine, Jon & Roy, The Dudes, Kostaman & […]

Live at Squamish


Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 — 12:36pm PDT
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Click here for Live at Squamish 2011 Squamish is one of my favourite day-trip destinations and this Labour Day long weekend it will be hosting a music festival, Live at Squamish. Taking place at the Logger Sports Grounds and Hendrickson Fields September 4th and 5th, artists seem to be added to the bill every few […]

Day Tripping: Squamish


Monday, February 8th, 2010 — 9:35am PDT
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It’s been ages since I updated my Day Tripping series and thanks to our trek up to Squamish yesterday I can revive it with a worthy entry. Half way between Whistler and Vancouver lies the historic town of Squamish, BC. Known for its Sea to Sky proximity, windsurfing, The Chief, and its namesake the Squamish […]

Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre in Whistler


Monday, August 17th, 2009 — 9:02am PDT
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During our weekend visit to Whistler, we decided to walk over to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. John and I love feeding our brains, learning about different cultures and learning more about the history of the places we call home. The Squamish and Lil’wat Nations are two very distinct cultures that have always lived side […]