The Sheepdogs take the stage on Saturday night. Here they are in their Up Close session that took place on the week that they were featured on the cover of Rolling Stone
Being a born and raised in Southern Ontario person I have no reference point on how cool it would be to go to a festival in Squamish. I'm used to my festivals taking place on really flat ground with not much in the way of scenery other than the bands. Great music and stunning surroundings sound like a pretty awesome combination.
It seems that the best way to experience Live at Squamish is to make it a camping trip. The festival has made hundreds of camp sites available on the ground of the local high school, with the school only being a short walk to the festival and modern amenities like a McDonalds, A&W and 7/11 this seems like the place to be.
If you like to camp in style then Live at Squamish has just the thing for you, they call is Glamping. If you choose this option you get to set up camp in the back stage area of the Garibaldi Stage and if you want to make your camp site even more glam there is a $500 prize for the best decorated tent.
Kathleen Edwards takes to the stage on Sunday. Here she is performing "Change the Sheets", recorded live for CBC Music.
on Jul 27, 2012