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We are so excited for tickets to go on sale tomorrow at Noon PST @ www.shambhalamusicfestival.com! In celebration, we thought we’d post up the “Our Story” piece about Shambhala’s history from this year’s program guide. Enjoy! Our Story In 1994, Rick and … Continue reading
Welcome to the debut Shambhala blog by Liam, my Assistant CommUniCORn (that’s Shambhala-speak for “summer social media intern”)! Liam comes to us from Capilano College’s event management program, and is with us for the duration of the summer. Please enjoy … Continue reading
June 28th, 2012 What is going on with this weather? Some days I head down to the river and I can get out onto the beach and sometimes the water is raging so strong and high that I can’t even make … Continue reading
“Let your food be they medicine, and they medicine be they food”- Hippocrates “Our mission is clear- we simply must create the best smoothie bar… ever.” Is it possible? To create the funkiest, healthiest, most energizing destination Shambhala has … Continue reading
by Corrine Zawaduk Spring is here. The snow has melted off the field but still graces the mountains. The beavers have been busy building a dam in front of the Living Room Stage. The Salmo River is rising and the … Continue reading
by Corrine Zawaduk, Production Manager Our chickens, 40 of them, arrived in a box in the mail on May 12th, 2 days after hatching. We ordered a Heritage pack with 4 different unsexed breeds. Chicks can survive for up to … Continue reading