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Posted 5 years ago
Panorama Mountain Resort is ready to roll out another weekend of purely Canadian tunes
PANORAMA, B.C. – December 1, 2017 – 7 acts. 2.5 days. Elevation: 1175 metres.
Seven of the nation’s best emerging independent artists and groups will delight the stage with their award-winning talents from March 23 to 25, 2018. From contemporary folk to indie rock, fast-paced fiddles to soulful harmonies, this year's lineup is sure to get toes a-tapping and boots a-stomping.
"We've pulled musicians from right across the country," says Clarissa Amaro, Panorama’s Signature Events Specialist. "Their music, paired with the mountains, is a reminder of the huge talent and wild terrain here in Canada."
Who will be on the stage?
Combining alt-country style with Inuit throat-singing and reggae, The Jerry Cans will be bringing high energy sounds from Canada's north to Panorama's alpine setting. Known for catchy vocals and memorable melodies, the Edmonton-based Scenic Route to Alaska will rock Saturday night with their ballads and bangers. Wild Honey, a female trio of singer-songwriters from the Kootenays, will be sending sweet roots music up and over the mountain skyline. Festival goers will explore the depths of soul, folk and blues with the plunk and pluck of Jay Gilday's guitar. Gilday recently won Indigenous Artist of the Year at the 2017 BreakOut West Awards. Plus, Panorama's slopes will shake, rattle and roll with the sonic gifts of three more dance-heavy bands.
The weekend-long festival will be a combination of free gigs, ticketed performances, and pay-on-the-door events.
For more information and to view the full festival lineup visit panoramaresort.com/high-notes
Ticket sales begin on December 13, 2017.
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Marketing & Media Specialist, Panorama
About Panorama Mountain Resort.
Panorama is a four-season destination resort that offers skiing, golf, lift-accessed mountain biking and an abundance of recreational activities and events. The resort was named “North American Resort of the Year” in the 2016 World Snow Awards. Located on British Columbia’s famed Powder Highway, Panorama offers winter enthusiasts 4,265 feet of vertical descent (Top 3 in Canada), wide-open fall-line cruisers, powder-filled tree lines and the steep and deep exhilaration of Taynton Bowl. The resort is home to RK Heliski and BC’s best public golf course at Greywolf. www.PanoramaResort.com