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'Halfway to Shambhala Valentine's Gala 2013'

Bassbizniz presents its annual Valentines party and this year also celebrating the halfway mark to the Kootenays' own Shambhala Music Festival so they are going bigger than ever before.

There will be two Shambhala tickets up for draw to all attending the event. This year it will be held in the Kootenays' largest nightclub - The Element, Castlegar.

Two world headliners will perform on this night: Terravita, the drumstep/drum and bass music powerhouse from Boston/Los Angeles U.S.A who recently headlined The Village Stage at Shambhala 2012, and Neon Steve, the ultimate allstyle party rocker from Victoria, BC who headlined the Fractal Forest stage in 2012. Also performing will be Application from Vancouver,BC and the pride of the Kootenay locals: Ghostwhip of the Philthkids, and live hip-hop by Dion Rego and Rippel.

Joining the talent will be a massive sound system of over 20,000 watts courtesy of Application Audio and custom video mapped visuals by the masterminds of the Pagoda Stage of Shambhala. Open extended hours 9 am - 3 am.  Get your advance tickets at retailers across the Kootenays: Ripping Giraffe - Nelson, The Element- Castlegar, Rossvegas - Rossland, The Choice- Cranbrook,and online at www.clubelement.ca/tickets.

For complete event info and ticket giveways please visit www.facebook.com/bassbizniz

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