Robson Valley Music Festival

One of BC's funnest little grassroots music festivals drawing loyal fans and talent from across the globe to Dunster BC, Aug 12 - 14.


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 August 12 - 14. 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, BC.  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

More Than 30 Acts To See

The festival has over 20 acts on a few different stages. Food vendors and artisans will also be there to complete the festival experience.

Tickets/Admission 

$175 Weekend Pass Includes Camping!

$100 Weekend Pass SENIORS OVER 60 ONLY!

Must show ID at Gate to gain entry.

Includes Camping

$100 Weekend Pass YOUTH 13 -18 ONLY!

Must show ID at Gate to gain entry

All 18 and Under MUST camp with Adult

Visit the Festival website to purchase passes

 


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Robson Valley Music Festival Lineup

The 2022 musical lineup includes Five Alarm Funk, Kitty and the Rooster, Misery Mountain Boys, Beau Wheeler and more! The complete schedule is yet to be announced but the festival is releasing announcements as acts are confirmed on the festival website. 

More Information

The Robson Valley Music festival is held in Dunster, BC off the Yellowhead highway 16 between Mcbride and Valemount.

You can get directions to Dunster here on Google Maps.

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