Vancouver's Westward Music Festival set to showcase today’s most influential acts

Now in its third year, Westward is the city’s largest four-day music festival spread across multiple venues

Westward Music Festival, a multi-genre, multi-venue music festival, returns to downtown Vancouver to showcase some of today’s most influential acts.

Now in its third year, Westward is the city’s largest four-day music festival spread across multiple venues and features a litany of acclaimed artists from across the globe.

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In addition, Vancouver’s own beloved psychedelic-rockers, Black Mountain, have just announced that they will be included in the lineup.

Other artists in the roaster include Japanese singer, songwriter, rapper and producer Joji, Australian indie rock-folk band The Paper Kites, American singer-songwriter Lissie, Thai singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit, and Brooklyn rapper Leikeli47.

The lineup will also include Junglepussy, Mt.Joy, Joseph, The Wonder Years, Le1f, Titus Andronicus, Ziggy Alberts, Owen Pallets, Zack Villere, Why?, Elder Island, Harlequin Gold, Honors, Travis Thompson, Needles//Pins, Little Sprout, Bombargo, Chief State, Chase Your Words, Casinos, Douse, Club Sofa, and Kim Gray.

The festival takes place September 15 – 19 at multiple venues in downtown Vancouver.

Pre-sale tickets are available now for all shows and festival wristbands using the password: WESTWARD.

Westward Music Festival

When: September 12 – 15, 2019
Where: Downtown Vancouver – multiple venues
Cost: $99 – $140

Must be 19 years of age to purchase.

Visit HERE to purchase tickets.

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