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Choose a stage for detailed listings of performers, or check out the performance schedule below for an abridged version of events. Also, don't forget to check the workshops and activities that are happening!

~ Mainstage

~ Waterfront Stage

~ Malcolm Lowry Spoken Word Stage

~ Dragonfly Children's Festival


Performance Schedule


Tspoon The Masala Mixa - 12:00PM (Opening)
"cross-cultural mayhem” DJ

Sarah MacDougall & The Heroes - 12:45PM
soulful alt-country singer & her band

Children Of Takaya - 1:35PM
annual Tsleil-Waututh Nation welcoming

The Martyr Index - 2:20PM
anarcho-punks from Calgary

Cornerstone - 3:10PM
a’ cappela blues + old gospel quartet

Delhi2Dublin - 4:00PM
dance floor rockin’ celtic-punjabi fusion

Big Bass Theory - 5:00PM
Heavy dub & dancehall sounds from Saltspring Island

Dorothy Stowe - 5:45PM
Special Guest & keynote speaker.

Olmeca - 6:00PM
fierce political Xicano MC from Los Angeles

Pura Fe - 7:00PM
blues guitarist/ singer from Tuscarora Nation

Black Mountain - 8:00PM
local psychedelic rock faves

Kytami, DJ Phonograff, Kia Kadiri & Ndidi Cascade - 8:50PM
Violinist-Extremist accompanied by wicked turntablist and two MC’s



Blackie LeBlanc & The Kytami Revolution - 1:30PM
acoustic folk-punk rantaholic

Cascabella - 2:25PM
local socially-conscious post-hardcore band

On Point Collective - 3:15PM
conscious hip hop duo

The Rebel Spell - 4:05PM
local anti-capitalist political punks

Swan Island - 5:00PM
metal-dance-queercore quintet from Portland

Kocassalé Dioubaté - 6:00PM
“Griot” (traditional storyteller) from Mandingo Tribe, West Africa

NAR - 6:50
queer Arab hip hop crew from Oakland


Malcolm Lowry Spoken Word Stage

Steve Collis, Michael V. Smith, Garry Morse, Skeena Reese, Ameena Mayer, ryan andrew murphy & Susan Cormier


the Georgia Straight Exclaim! Magazine City of North Vancouver District of North Vancouver British Columbia Arts Council Tides Foundation Canada BC Government and Service Employees' Union