GSL Group is excited to announce the three-day Ambleside Music Festival taking place at Ambleside Park in West Vancouver, August 12-14, 2022. Combining the striking mountain and waterfront views, the seaside landmark will transform into one of the city’s premiere open-air concert and festival venues.
This year’s headliners will include The Offspring, Mother Mother, Marianas Trench and Walk Off The Earth followed by an exciting lineup of music acts such as Charlotte Cardin, Grandson, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Jon and Roy, Ria Mae, Tokyo Police Club, Scott Helman, Valley, Hannah Georgas, The Blue Stones and Virginia To Vegas while also featuring Aiden Ayers, Cartel Madras, The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer, Jesse Roper, Texas King, The Darcys, and Tim Atlas and more!
Music enthusiasts and festival lovers will enjoy two stages with a curated lineup, VIP experience packages, and elevated food and beverage vendors under the warm Vancouver sunshine.
“We are overjoyed to be able to bring a festival to Ambleside Park this summer,” said GSL Group President & CEO, Graham S. Lee. “We believe that the Ambleside Music Festival will offer something for everyone and will become an important mainstay of the community for years to come. Our vision is to make West Vancouver and the Ambleside Music Festival a key destination and calendar highlight for music on Canada’s West Coast.”
General Admission Weekend Adult Passes are available for $245 per person and General Admission Children’s Passes (ages 6-12) for $122.50 per child. VIP Weekend Packages are also on sale, priced at $525 per person and include: Private VIP Entrance, exclusive access to a VIP lounge that features an elevated viewing area (with lots of shade), complimentary snacks and light meals, private bar access with premium beverage selections, and dedicated washrooms (19+ ID required).
This year Ambleside Music Festival will be partnering with One Tree Planted a non-profit organization that assists in replenishing the forests of British Columbia. GSL Group is committing to plant one tree for every ticket sold to help restore the forests that have been damaged by recent forest fires and natural disasters.