Ever wondered what a music festival would look like in your own front yard? Well, wonder no more and attend the Robson Valley Music Festival this Aug. 14 to 16. Located in the gorgeous Raush Valley between the Rocky and Cariboo mountains, this intimate, artistic musical gathering is described by organizer, and host, Shara Gustafson as, “The wickedest little festival that could.”
Check out the festival along the Fraser River near Dunster, B.C. You can’t miss it. No, wait, you don’t want to miss it. Follow the Yellowhead Highway east from Prince George, west from Edmonton, or north on Highway 5 through Valemount. From Calgary, take the Trans-Canada west and the Icefields Parkway north to Valemount
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De Bruces A Mi
De Bruces a Mi is one of the most representative bands of Colombian reggae – they have been on the scene for 16 years, performed on the most important stages in their home country, and shared their music with audiences in Argentina, Canada, Ecuador, Mexico, and Kenya. Their music is inspired by both Jamaican rhythms and the music of their homeland, a unique style they call ‘Reggae Mestizo’ or ‘Mixed Reggae’ as a tribute to, and in recognition of, the cultural diversity that identifies them and their region. Energy, strength and joy defines De Bruces a Mi on stage; with lyrics that speak to love, life, spirituality, and political struggle.
Coco Love Alcorn
Coco Love Alcorn sings joyful soul; a combination of her diverse musical influences including Jazz, Pop, R&B and Folk. Her voice is hailed as ‘extraordinary’ (Vancouver Province), ‘beautiful’ (Canadian Musician) and ‘stunning’ (Star Phoenix). Her playful and witty character, love of improvising and her willingness to engage fearlessly with the audience has made Coco Love Alcorn a mainstay on the Canadian music scene.
Frank Yamma is regarded by many as one of Australia’s most significant Indigenous songwriters and performers. An initiated Pitjantjatjara man from Australia's central desert, he sings in his native language and English. His mighty songs, magical guitar playing and deeply arresting voice are spine tingling.
More Than 30 Acts To See
The festival has over 30 acts on a few different stages. Food vendors and artisans will also be there to complete the festival experience.
$150 Weekend Pass Includes Camping!
$80 Weekend Pass SENIORS OVER 60 ONLY!
Must show ID at Gate to gain entry.
$80 Weekend Pass YOUTH 14 -18 ONLY!
Must show ID at Gate to gain entry
All 18 and Under MUST camp with Adult
Regular Day Passes
FRIDAY: $55 SATURDAY: $75 SUNDAY $30
Senior Day Pass 60 + & Youth Day Passes 14 - 18 years
FRIDAY: $30 SATURDAY: $50 SUNDAY: $20
Visit the Festival website to purchase passes