Westward Music Festival 2017 announces venue change

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      Vancouver’s latest city-focused music event, Westward Music Festival (September 14 to 17), has just announced the relocation of two of its shows. According to the organizers, the concerts scheduled for the Red Truck Brewery back lot will be moved to the Vogue Theatre and Venue.

      On Saturday, September 16, 2017

      Vince Staples, Charlotte Day Wilson, Busty and the Bass, JOAN and Ralph will perform at the Vogue Theatre. Ticket prices will remain at $59.50 for main floor tickets and there will be $32.50 balcony tickets for the show. This concert has also now been switched to All Ages Welcome.

      On Sunday, September 17, 2017

      A Tribe Called Red, Hannah Georgas, Too Many Zooz and Clairmont The Second will perform at VENUE.  Ticket prices will remain at $59.50 for the 19+ show.

      All tickets already purchased for Westward will allow the ticket holder general admission to the newly assigned venues. Westward’s artist line-up and schedule will remain the same.

      The festival’s move allows more fans—and particularly younger fans—to experience the collection of concerts. Westward detailed in a press release that music lovers can expect incredible shows with the great city of Vancouver as the back-drop to unique events. The festival wishes to create a positive, sharable experience for all attendees and performers.

      Tickets can be purchased here.

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