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Shambhala delivers massive 2022 lineup: Two Fingers, CloZee, Chris Lake, Subtronics, plus many more


Canada’s longest-running electronic music festival released its 2022 lineup today after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and public health restrictions. Featuring a more diverse lineup than ever seen before, the Shambhala 2022 roster stacks world-class headliners alongside Shambhala favorites and up-and-comers that the festival is known for discovering.

Shambhala Stage Directors have left guests wondering who the mystery Tier 1 “Surprise Set” will be. With no plans to release the name, the “Farmily” will have to wait until they get to the farm, though we have been promised this artist will not disappoint. “To say we are thrilled to be back is an understatement,” Shambhala Music Festival founder Jimmy Bundschuh says in a press release. He continues,

“To a lot of us, Shambhala is way more than just a festival. It’s a place where we come back to connect with old friends and make new memories, and to have been starved of that over the last 2 years has been tough. But we’ve taken that time to rediscover who we are both musically and community-wise, and this year’s diverse lineup reflects that. Now we’re looking forward, and the more we keep planning, the more it feels like this year’s Shambhala Music Festival is set to be the most epic party we’ve ever thrown.”

Jimmy Bundschuh

Guests can catch Amon Tobin Presenting Two Fingers, BBNO$, Chali 2na & Cut Chemist, Channel Tres, Chris Lake, Chris Lorenzo, CloZee, Cordae, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Premier, Greg Wilson, Justin Martin, Mr. Carmack, Rudimental (DJ Set), Sébastien Léger Modular Live, Slander, Subtronics, TOKiMONSTA, Valentino Khan, What So Not, and many more.

In addition to today’s stacked lineup release, you can expect to see close to 100+ yet to be announced artists roll out as the Living Room, the Grovethe Fractal Forest, the AMP, the Village, and the Pagoda each release their own respective lineups. For years now, the redesign of the renowned Village Stage has been under lock and key. This summer, lucky Shambhala attendees will be greeted by the next generation of West Coast Bass legends.

Running from July 22-25, 2022, the 23rd annual event will take place once again at its permanent location on the Salmo River Ranch in Salmo, British Columbia, Canada. Visit the FAQ page for more information, and RSVP to the Facebook Event for frequent social media updates.

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