fri12aug(aug 12)7:45 pm Tsat20(aug 20)7:00 pm TSQUAMISH ARTS FESTIVALTime has ran out! Better luck next time!


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Event Details

Now Squamish Arts Festival, you can still expect the same festival with two full weeks of workshops, performances, live art, and more! Enjoy shows at Junction Park, the Brackendale Art Gallery, and the Squamish Oceanfront!


The Free Label 7:45 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. AUG 12 – Brackendale Art Gallery

Marble Canyon 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. AUG 13 – Junction Park

Surf Hat 5:25 p.m. – 6:10 p.m. AUG 13 – Junction Park

Boogey the Beat 8:50 p.m. AUG 13 – Junction Park

Will Ross 12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. AUG 20 – Squamish Oceanfront

Zada 1:10 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. AUG 20 – Squamish Oceanfront

DJ OShow 3:55 p.m. – 4:35 p.m. AUG 20 – Squamish Oceanfront

Bitterly Divine 4:40 p.m. – 5:25 p.m. AUG 20 – Squamish Oceanfront

Said The Whale 5:55 p.m. – 6:55 p.m. AUG 20 Squamish Oceanfront


Indigenous Artists for this Event!

  • Boogey the Beat

    Boogey the Beat


    For years Anishinaabe DJ and producer Les Boulanger — known by audiences as Boogey the Beat — has toiled behind the scenes, laying the sonic foundations for other musicians’ anthems. As a longtime lover of hip-hop and rap, collaboration is his comfort zone.


  • DJ O Show

    DJ O Show

    [Squamish Nation]

    Orene Askew, aka DJ O Show, brings energy and expertise to every event she hosts and DJ’s. She brings professionalism and passion and remains true to her love for hip hop and R&B, incorporating beats to ensure you never want to leave the dance floor! DJ O Show has experience teaching with an inspired approach. She is an inspirational speaker, having traveled across the country to bring ambition and drive to all generations, and is an elected member of the Squamish Nation Chief & Council. Coming from a diverse background, O Show is driven by her passion. She is Afro-Canadian and First Nations and a proud member of the Squamish Nation. Feeling as though she stood out in a unique way, she has embraced both her cultural backgrounds and incorporates the teachings she has learned into everything she does.


    [Squamish Nation]

  • Garret T. Willie

    Garret T. Willie


    Garret T. Willie is an old soul masquerading as an uncommonly wise, weathered, witty and world-weary 23-year-old. He’s about to give rock ‘n’ roll a formidable 21st -century kick in the ass with plenty of wild, heartbreaking, and hilarious stories to share in true rock ‘n’ roll form.

    Garret T. Willie hails from Kingcome Inlet, off the coast of British Columbia. He’s been through some serious sh*t and lived through a lot more than most of us have at his age. But while Willie’s back story also gives him more right than most to sing the blues – and at heart, Garret T. Willie is a rock ‘n’ roller – he’d rather that not be the whole story.

    Willie is the personification of an open book in the lyric sheet to his upcoming debut record Same Pain. Through his songs, there’s a helluva lot of raunchy fun going on above and beyond the occasional exorcism of tragedy and trauma. To listen to Same Pain is to get to know him more than you might be aware, but also to find a friendly, sensitive voice with a gift for transmitting universal emotions. Willie gets himself, and in doing so kinda gets all of us. He also knows what makes the blues tick. And, man, can he rip it up on the guitar.