Schedule for the Squamish Music Festival
The lineup for the Squamish Festival is out and fans are packing their
bags and picking out their ideal festival fashions to head to Logger Sports Ground to enjoy three full days with some of the
best music artists. The Squamish Festival takes place in Vancouver, British Columbia. The 2014 Squamish Festival is scheduled
for August 8-10. Now that the festival is on its fifth year, it has the street credit to get great performers. Over the past
five years, the festival has been receiving recognition. This year's lineup is ready to ensure a great time and the perfect
opportunity to discover new bands while at the festival to hear your favorites. The headliners include: Eminem, Bruno Mars
and Arcade Fire. Eminem takes us back to the early 2000's when he ranked as one of the Greatest Artists of All Time in Rolling
Stone Magazine's list. He has over 200 million record sales that include albums sold all over the world and is a Grammy and
Academy Award winner, as well as receiving other awards in the music industry. Bruno Mars has not been in the industry as
long Eminem, but he has 130 million singles sold worldwide and has been nominated for 18 Grammy Awards. He is an acclaimed
musician who has topped the charts faster than Elvis Presley or any other male solo artist. He is quite the talented individual
as he is more than just a singer and songwriter; he is a musician and producer. The Arcade Fire made its major breakthrough
with the album "Reflektor" in 2013. An interesting story about Arcade Fire is that after the band was on the 39th season of
Saturday Night Live, the band had its own thirty-minute special, "Here Comes the Night Time," and was directed by Roman Coppola.
Get your money's worth by seeing as many artists as you can on this year's lineup by purchasing your tickets now.
Squamish Music Festival Lineup
It has been noted that with each and every year, the Squamish Festival's lineup is getting
better and better. The three-day music festival is comprised of an eclectic roster of both international and national artists.
Previous lineups have included: Vampire Weekend, Queens of the Stone Age, Band of Horses, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Childish
Gambino, Young the Giant, Divine Fits, Dan Mangan, Pretty Lights, Yukon Blonde, Said the Whale, Diamond Rings, Deap Vally,
Capital Cities, A Tribe Called Red, Bear Mountain, The Matinee, The Chantrelles, Fine Times, and many more. The 2014 lineup
is already out and includes some of the hottest artists of today: Eminem, Bruno Mars, Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Broken
Bells, Foster the People, Nas, The Roots, The Head and The Heart, Chvrches, Tokyo Police Club, Phantogram, Danny Brown, Wildlife,
Topless, Kastle, Sleepy Tom, and even more amazing musicians that are there to guarantee festival attendees a wonderful time
in the perfect festival environment.
Live Show and Fan Experience at the Squamish Music Festival
offered by the Squamish Music Festival makes it a go to for a diverse audience and truly is an event that everyone will enjoy.
Everyone loves dancing and singling along in their car to Bruno Mars, Eminem and Arcade Fire, but it is a profoundly different
experience when these amazing performers hit the stage. Audiences will not forget that spectacular performance by Bruno Mars
at the 2014 Super Bowl and for those who got to see it live have something special to share with friends and family as they
retell the experience. The festival scene is an enjoyable time with lots of high-energy performers and crowds. It is a great
opportunity to check out fashion, as it is huge during the festival season. Not only is it time to purchase your tickets to
join the crowd, it is time to pick out your favorite attire that will help you stand out among the sea of festival goers.
History of the Squamish Music Festival
Attendees of the Squamish Music Festival will not be surprised to learn
that more than 50,000 fellow fans have walked through the festival gates to rock and roll. The festival debuted in 2010 and
has had the opportunity to offer audiences wonderful artists like Bad Religion, The Tragically Hip, Weezer, Mathew Good, Metric,
and that is just the tip of an amazing history of lineups. The festival continues to receive glowing reviews from both people
in the music industry and bands.
Squamish Music Festival Trivia
It may seem too impressive to believe
but the Squamish Music Festival nearly doubled its attendance the first three years after its start in 2010. In 2010, the
festival's attendance was about 13,000 and then in 2012 there were 22,000 people who attended the Squamish Music Festival.
The festival is made a economic impact of more than 18.9 million dollars and the local business have benefited from the high
attendance. The Squamish Music Festival is now playing an important role in the local economy.