Tilt 2023

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july 7 (Friday) - 9 (Sunday) View in my time


Phillips Brewing & Malting Beer Shop

Victoria, BC

Event Details

After a wildly successful inaugural year in 2022, the Phillips Backyard Festival Series (presented by Phillips Brewing & Malting Co and The Zone @ 91.3) is thrilled to announce it will be returning for two weekends this summer, featuring incredible headline talent alongside beloved local performers and up-and-coming Canadian artists. 

The series will once again be hosted in the ‘Phillips Backyard’ with two talent-packed weekends that will bring festival, music, and beverage enthusiasts together in the heart of Victoria. ‘Tilt!’ (July 7-9) will kick-off the series with DJ Pee .Wee (otherwise known as Anderson .Paak) headlining the weekend alongside Bahamas and Lord Huron. This will be DJ Pee .Wee’s first time performing in Canada with his all-vinyl set which includes live saxophone and drums (performed by Anderson .Paak himself)  that’s been delighting crowds around the US and Europe and most recently at SXSW.

Continuing the event’s commitment to highlighting diverse international talent alongside Canadian acts ‘Tilt!’ will also feature headline performances by Lord Huron, Bahamas, renowned LA-based violinist and hip-hop vocalist Sudan Archives, Montreal-based queer indie pop act Fleece, local emerging artists Pastel Blank and Nicky Mackenzie as well as fan favourite Snotty Nose Rez Kids among many others.

Please be aware this is a 19+ event, 2 pieces of valid ID (one government-issued) must be presented to gain entry. No ins and outs permitted. 

This event is rain or shine and all tickets purchased are non-refundable. All pass types are non-sharable and can only be used by a single person.

For more FAQ as well as terms and conditions please visit


Indigenous Artists for this Event!

  • Snotty Nose Rez Kids

    Snotty Nose Rez Kids


    Skyrocketing Hip-hop stars Snotty Nose Rez Kids second and third albums (The Average Savage, 2017 and TRAPLINE, 2019) were shortlisted for the Polaris Prize while TRAPLINE was also named one of the top 10 hip-hop albums of 2019 by exclaim! magazine.