Questlove and Felix Da Housecat lead Shambhala line-up for 2016

Shambhala Music Festival Announces 2016 Headliners

Shambhala is back for its 19th year and is proud to present 2016’s headliners! While many have speculated in recent months about how a low Canadian dollar would impact Canadian festivals, a glance at the 2016 Shambhala lineup shows its resilience and diversity, reminding us all of why Canada’s premiere electronic music festival sold out in record time this year, well ahead of announcing a single headliner, for the first time in its history.

Expertly curated, this versatile lineup offers something for everyone. Old school fans will be excited by acts like Felix Da Housecat, Cut Chemist, Velvet Green, Roni Size& KRUST’s Full Cycle revival, ANDY C, Caspa & Rusko, Questlove and Nightmares On Wax, while newer electronic music fans will be delighted by acts like Snails, Boys Noize, Hermitude, marshmello, TroyBoi and more.

As always, the lineup includes a host of crowd favourites, veterans, up-and-comers, and bonafide legends. Make sure your dancing shoes are broken in, because your feet won’t stop moving all week.

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