Special coverage: LIVE at Squamish 2011

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      For the second year in a row, LIVE at Squamish is bringing a weekend of hot music acts to the Hendrickson Fields and Logger Sports Ground. This year's festival, taking place on Saturday and Sunday (August 20 and 21), features Weezer, Metric, Girl Talk, John Butler Trio, Major Lazer, and many more.

      Check back here for full coverage of LIVE at Squamish.

      Sunday (August 21) coverage

      LIVE at Squamish doesn’t disappoint as Weezer closes with a crowd-raising set

      Metric brings crowd to their feet at LIVE at Squamish

      LIVE at Squamish: The Zolas invite their parents onto the stage

      LIVE at Squamish: Dan Moxon leads Bend Sinister in an energetic performance

      Saturday (August 20) coverage

      Girl Talk hardly the only standout at LIVE at Squamish

      Swivelling with Girl Talk at LIVE at Squamish

      LIVE at Squamish: Girl Talk anticipation results in smaller crowds at the Garibaldi stage

      LIVE at Squamish gets a rock 'n' roll jolt from Hey Ocean! and Stars

      LIVE at Squamish is looking family-friendly, for now

      LIVE at Squamish has Mayor Greg Gardner in an upbeat mood

      Music previews

      Gregg Gillis slaved over Girl Talk's latest

      Shad gives a voice to his hip-hop generation

      LIVE at Squamish pumps up the show

      Articles leading up to LIVE at Squamish

      Weezer, Metric, Girl Talk, and more confirmed for LIVE at Squamish 2011

      Black Mountain, Stars, and more added to LIVE at Squamish lineup

      More info

      Event listing

      Official site

      Last year's coverage

      Devo, Said the Whale, Dirty Vegas make first-ever LIVE at Squamish festival a triumph

      The Decemberists close down LIVE at Squamish with good old-fashioned West Coast rock

      Photos: Devo, Matthew Good, Tennessee Three rock LIVE at Squamish music festival

      Photos: More from LIVE at Squamish music festival

      Rich Hope hits stage with Bad Religion at LIVE at Squamish

      Video: Tokyo Police Club plays new song “Top Five” at LIVE at Squamish festival

      Live at Squamish festival aims for sustainability