The Squamish Constellation Festival has announced its return to Hendrickson Field, July 24 to 26.
“Excitement has been building for the 2020 festival since before the first one even wrapped,” said co-founder and CEO Tamara Stanners in a festival news release sent out Monday.
This second Constellation festival promises 40 bands, mural painting, a songwriter’s workshop with artists, and more.
The inaugural festival was the largest zero-waste festival in B.C. and had a 94% waste diversion rate as certified by AWARE, according to the release, and this upcoming fest will aim for zero waste, again.
A limited number of early-bird weekend passes will go on sale this week, Thursday, Nov. 21 at 10 a.m.
“For all those who enjoyed our 'local’s presale' last year, we want to let you know how much we appreciate your early support. You showed us that we were on the right track — that Squamish really does love its festivals and we were right to believe you’d be there to support a new one,” added Stanners.
Visit ConstellationFest.ca for tickets and more information.