Squamish’s newest music and arts festival has announced it’s first wave of musicians that will perform July 26th to 28th 2019.

Serena Ryder and Bahamas will headline Squamish Constellation Festival at Hendrickson Field, alongside Half Moon Run, A Tribe Called Red, Dear Rouge and Peach Pit.

The weekend will also feature; Jocelyn Alice, Foxwarren, Cosmo Sheldrake, Fast Romantics, Scenic Route To Alaska, Fred Penner, The Jerry Cans, Art D’ecco, The Boom Booms, Sarah MacDougall, Luca Fogale, daysormay, Parker Bossley, Jessicka, Sunset Kids, Hunting, Begonia, The Modelos, Sam Lynch, Taylor James, The Oot n’ Oots, The Kwerks, Cat Madden.

Tamara Stanners, one of the four Squamish-based festival directors says the event will be a celebration of music, art and food; “The vision of bringing a music festival back to the Sea to Sky is a real labour of love for us, and is now becoming a dream come true”.



The festival will also host local beverages and brews crafted in Squamish and an assortment of food trucks.

At 10 a.m. on March 5th Squamish residents can purchase weekend passes for $99 plus fees & taxes, either online or at Tantalus Bike Shop.

Mountain FM listeners will be able to purchase early bird general admission weekend passes at $165 plus service charges and fees, on March 6th and 7th with a pre-sale code that will be posted on Mountain FM social media pages.

General admission full weekend passes will be on sale Friday, March 8th at 10 a.m. at ConstellationFest.ca for $199 and $425 for VIP, plus service charges and fees.

More headliners are set to be announced soon.