The Squamish Constellation Festival will be back at Hendrickson Field in Squamish next year for a second instalment.
Organizers are giving music lovers the chance to get bargain tickets this Thursday (November 21) with discounted early bird weekend passes. Starting at 10 a.m., a limited number of passes will be offered at $159 plus service charges.
“Excitement has been building for the 2020 festival since before the first one even wrapped,” Squamish Constellation Festival co-founder and CEO Tamara Stanners said in a press release. “Everyone had such an amazing time. Our first year was a dream come true—for the fans, the artists, and all levels of production—we exceeded everyone’s expectations and we can’t wait to do it all again next summer.”
Once the $159 passes are sold out, the weekend passes will go up to $179 plus service charges until December 31. After that the early bird price goes to $199 plus services charges until February 28, 2020.
Once the Squamish Constellation festival lineup is announced in the spring of 2020 three-day passes will go for $239 plus service charges. Passes at the gate will cost $279 plus charges.
Last year marked the inaugural edition of the event, with the lineup including Shad, Jessie Reyez, Serena Ryder, A Tribe Called Red, Bahamas, Wintersleep, and a strong local component. The zero-waste weekend attracted around 20,000 music fans.
The 2020 return will feature approximately 40 bands, mural painting, a songwriter’s workshop, and more.
Visit ConstellationFest.ca for 2020 tickets and information.