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Shambhala Music Festival is back for 2022 after the pandemic canceled their show two years ago. They’re back with an all-star lineup just like many events have this year. Across six diverse stages nestled on the Salmo River Ranch, this new home features many internationally known electronic dance forces. This is the 23rd edition of the event, taking place from July 22nd-25th in British Columbia.
Shambhala Lineup 2022
This year will definitely be a special one as artists such as What So Not, Chris Lake, TOKiMONSTA, Valentino Khan, Mr. Carmack, DEATHPACT, Subtronics, Justin Martin, and more will be throwing it down at the farm.
Shambhala Festival 2022 will also bring in artists such as BIJOU, Dr.Fresch, Cloonee, Virtual Riot, Nostalgix, Felix Cartal, Boogie T, The Librarian, and many more.
Shambhala 2022 Tickets
General admission tickets are currently priced at $417 ($525 CAD, as the festival is held north of the border in eastern British Columbia), with payment plan options available.
Although general admission tent camping and parking is included with the purchase of a ticket, there are also limited upgraded lodging options available (which we would highly recommend for the most comfortable experience). Currently, reserved riverside campsites are available for $762, providing you with a 20-by-35 foot space where you can set up a tent or RV.
Camping at Shambhala 2022
All GA tickets include free tent camping and free parking in the Free Parking Lot. Free Shuttles will be provided from the Free Parking Lot to Metta and back. However, please be mindful of wait times. We recommend bringing a cart as a means of transferring your gear to your campsite.
We encourage guests to leave their vehicles in the Free Parking Lot. The festival is held on a working farm. The less cars on the cows’ grazing fields, the better.
Will alcohol be sold?
Yes. Beer, wine and mixed drinks will be sold to those with a valid ID.
Is the venue ADA accessible?
The venue is accessible and there will be special viewing areas at the main stages for those with mobility limitations.