Boonstock artist schedule announced
Boonstock has released the daily artist schedule for the music and arts festival held July 31 to Aug. 3.
Headliners, including Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, will be performing on the Okanagan Stage. Organizers said they will be releasing exact set times closer to the event date. Weekend parking passes are also selling fast and organizers said if patrons plan on purchasing two or more single day passes they recommend to buy the parking pass in advance.
Single-day festival passes went on sale July 3. Those gain the ticket holder access to the Skaha Beach Party from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. as well as concert bowl with the Okanagan Stage, the Kalamalka Stage and the Shuswap Stage from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Camping sections are also filling up fast with two sections sold out.
On Thursday, July 31 on the Kalamalka Stage Candyland, Dzeko & Torres, Seelo Mondo and Kopyrites will be performing.
On Aug. 1 all four stages will be running with Armin Van Buuren, W&W, A-Trak, Milo & Otis, Peep This and Freddy J on the Kalamalka Stage; The Boom Booms, Five Alarm Funk, Rykka and Half Chance Heros on the Shuswap Stage; Justin Martin, Keys N Krates, Kidnap Kid, Wright & Wong, Mandy & Aidan and Maiya Robbie on the Skaha Beach Stage; City and Colour, Mother Mother, Airborne Toxic Event and Head of the Herd on the Okanagan Stage.
On Aug. 2 Zeds Dead, Sub Focus, Clockwork, Wright & Wong, Miss DVS and David Stone on the Kalamalka Stage; The Wild!, The Glorious Sons, Kickupafuss, Whale & The Wolf on the Shuswap Stage; Mystery Headliner, Hannah Wants, Kill Frenzy, Five Alarm Funk and The Solicitors on the Skaha Beach Stage; Rise Against, Wolfmother, USS, Gob and Forester on the Okanagan Stage.
The final day will see Krewella, Kill The Noise, UZ and Cash Cash on the Kalamalka Stage, Five Alarm Funk, Current Swell, Kickupafuss, Cripple, Mickey Loves Mallor and Unwed Mothers on the Shuswap Stage; Krafty Kuts, Uberjakd, Astronomar, Bloom, Doug Crawford on the Skaha Beach Stage; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Awolnation, Classified, Gob and Forester on the Okanagan Stage.