Guess what, Vancouver? The music fest that made waves last year under a new name is officially back for round two. And the organizers dropped the first and second waves of headliners. If you’re into alternative rock and looking for an exciting festival to add to your summer itinerary, the Ambleside Music Festival is it!

The massive two-day festival is bringing alt-rock legends Weezer and Third Eye Blind to Ambleside Park this August. Joining them onstage is Vancouver-born Said The Whale, Bahamas, and alt-rock/hip-hop collective Bran Van 3000. So needless to say, tickets will certainly be going fast.

And now, we’ve got three more exciting artists in the lineup. First off, we have LA indie pop band Saint Motel, which is returning to Vancouver for the first time since 2016.

Fresh off his latest EP “American Superstar,” singer-songwriter Wallice will also take the stage, along with Juno award-winning Canadian rock legends, Finger Eleven.

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In addition to hard-hitting music in a gorgeous location, festival-goers will be able to enjoy tasty food and drink options, peruse local retailers, and take part in community activities.

The music festival will take place at Ambleside Park in West Van on August 19th and 20th. Two-day passes can be purchased online for $215 each, or you can splurge on VIP passes for $365 each, which come with private bar service, a free drink ticket, and early entry.

And that’s a wrap on the Ambleside Music Fest for now!

Ambleside Music Festival 2023 

When: August 19th and 20th
Where: Ambleside Park, West Vancouver
Cost: $215 for a two-day pass