The dream of the ‘90s is alive in Ambleside.
GSL Group, the nostalgia-tinged festival’s promoter, announced the full concert line-up on Wednesday including Weezer, Third Eye Blind, Canadian guitarist Bahamas, Vancouver indie rock darlings Said the Whale and 90s hip-hop collective Bran Van 3000. More acts will be announced in the coming weeks, according to GSL.
Beyond the rock and/or roll, the festival will have merch, food trucks, craft beer, wine tastings and other activities.
The festival has now launched sales for those wanting to buy two-day passes ($215) and VIP packages ($365). The VIP package comes with access to a private bar with premium booze and one free drink per day, early entry, private VIP washrooms, swag and a separate seating area.
The Ambleside Music Festival is now in its 10th iteration. Past headliners have included Neil Young, The Offspring, Ed Sheeran and Kenny Chesney, and Sheryl Crow.