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Shambhala Music Festival announces stage splits for 2018 edition

The vast line-up will be divided between six full stages and an additional music area…

Shambhala Music Festival has revealed the stage splits for its summer 2018 edition.

Following its first phase line-up announcement , which includes Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Claptone and Feed Me, Shambhala Music Festival has now unveiled the daily stage-by-stage line-ups for the four-day event. Celebrating its 21st instalment, the festival takes place this weekend — Friday 10th August, through Monday 13th August — at Salmo River Ranch in Salmo, BC, in Western Canada. Headlining acts include The Glitch Mob (DJ set), Claptone, Delta Heavy, Canadian duo Adventure Club and current DJ Mag North America cover star REZZ.

The vast line-up will be divided between six full stages —The AMPhitheatre, Fractal Forest, The Grove, Living Room, The Pagoda and The Village — and an additional music area called Cedar Lounge. 

The AMPhitheatre stage features Machinedrum, Alix Perez, Mr.Carmack and Barclay Crenshaw, Claude VonStroke’s birth name and alias. Fractal Forest welcomes Gramatik, Z-Trip, Stanton Warriors and DJ EZ. The Grove hosts Brasstracks and Clams Casino, while Living Room features Mark Farina and 29 Palms (members of The Glitch Mob). 

In addition to the music programming, the festival will also feature an art gallery, a workshop series, yoga classes, theme camps, a food and artisan market and events organized by the festivalgoers themselves. 

Learn more about Shambhala Music Festival in our 2018 Summer Festival Guide: Global.

For the full stage splits breakdown for Shambhala Music Festival, visit the official website.