Nelson – Shambhala Music Festival and The Living Room Stageannounce the 2019 Living Room Stage Lineup. The Living Room Stage, otherwise known as the beach stage, has always brought organic dubbed-out, funky, soul beats and you can expect the same and more for 2019.

The Living Room Stage Lineup is stacked with a lot of new acts, including Be Svendsen (live set), legendary west coast house artist Doc Martin (live set), DNA (Dov1 & An-Ten-Nae), Danny Corn, Zam Zam and Alter Echo, Fred Everything, Laura Low (house and techno set), Marques Wyatt, Moontricks, Niki Sadeki, OAKK, Poolside DJ Set, Rennie Foster, Sabo and The Invisible People (An-Ten-Nae’s house project).

The Living Room Stage runs along the Salmo River, providing a chilled-out, disco dance Living Room vibe, ideal for sunny, relaxing riverside rhythms. The Stage transforms by sunset daily from organic dubbed out funky soul and rare groove beach fun by day, into a mix of even deeper heavier grooves, tasteful house vibes and all other sorts of electronic mysteriousness at night. Bump the 2019 Living Room Stage Spotify playlist here, curated by the Living Room Stage directors to get you in the Living Room state of mind.

Shambhala began in 1998 as a grassroots gathering of 500 people on founder Jimmy Bundschuh’s family farm in an evergreen forest beneath breathtaking mountains and has since grown overtime primarily by word-of-mouth thanks to past guests and artists. Shambhala’s home has continued to evolve over the past two decades with a focus on infrastructure that ensures a healthy and sustainable environment.

Purchase your #Shambhala2019 tickets here. Glamping packages are offered with ShambhaLodging, in addition to some other accommodation packages for those travelling from afar who are looking for comfort and convenience. Carpool options and additional travel information is available on the Shambhala website.

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