Shambhala Shares Diverse 2022 Lineup With What So Not, TOKiMONSTA + More
Deep in the enchanted Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada, there is magnetic aura that is slowly awakening through the electrifying sounds of Shambhala Music Festival. After two years of cancellations due to the global pandemic, North America’s most coveted music festival is set to return to the Salmo River Ranch from July 22-25 for a celebration for the ages. Get ready to free yourself from the constructs of reality and immerse yourself in the oneness of the universe as you explore the endless possibilities Shambhala has to offer.
With six unique mystifying stages, breathtaking art, and hypnotic attractions, Shambhala has created an unparalleled festival experience. Without the help of any corporate sponsors, the family-run Canadian festival is powered solely by universal love, heavy bass, and funky grooves.
While Shambhala has always been known for its stacked lineups, the 2022 rendition is undoubtedly the festival’s most diverse lineup to date. Headliners include What So Not, Subtronics, CloZee, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Chris Lake, Rudimental, Slander, and more. To make things better, the undercards are just as impressive as the headliners. Festival-goers can expect performances from the likes of Boogie T, Dirt Monkey, The Sponges, Jantsen, Ill Gates, Walker & Royce, and Dr. Fresch, among others. There will also be over 100 more artists added to this already vast lineup before the festival officially kicks off in July.
On top of showcasing impeccable talent across all genres of the electronic scene, the atmosphere of Shambhala is what really sets it apart from other festivals. Considered a family affair, venturing into the psychedelic realm that is Shambhala places you into a community that is filled with, love, connection, and synchronicity. From attendee-organized events to daily yoga practices, art exhibits, unique workshops, and more, festival-goers will have a truly transformative experience.
Tickets are on sale now, starting at $422, with on-site camping and lodging add-ons available.
Check out the full Shambhala 2022 lineup below.