Legends Valley Music Festival [LVMF}

Friday August 26 through Sunday August 28, Bio Cup Canada presents the inaugural Legends Valley Music Festival at the newly constructed Laketown Ranch in Lake Cowichan.  The 2016 lineup includes Sublime with Rome, Sheepdogs, Dirty Heads, Bif Naked, Daniel Wesley, Forgotten Rebels, The Boom Booms, Randy & Mr. Lahey from Trailer Park Boys, Vince Vaccaro, Redeye Empire, Good For Grapes, Velvet, Buckman Coe, Bazooka Picnic, Kutapira, Mat The Alien, The Librarian, Los Furios, Dope Soda, Phono Pony, Powerclown, Dirty Mike & The Boys, Antipolitic and more.

Early bird tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am via the Legends Valley festival website.  Three day festival passes start at $139 plus service charges, camping passes are $129 plus service charges and VIP packages are available.  Admission is restricted to those 19 and over.  Watch your Q Crew email for an exclusive Q Crew member presale.

Legends Valley campers will have a choice of campgrounds; Laketown Ranch offers party locations, quiet camping and oversized sites for RVs and campers.  The 172 acre event site includes an amphitheatre viewing area with a capacity of thousands, and hundreds of lanscaped campsites with new washroom and shower facilities.

The Bio Cup Expo will host an array of booths covering all aspects of the medicinal cannabis industry, including international exhibitors.  The expo will feature presentations from industry leaders, and an exhibitor area showcasing licensed producers, seed companies, nutrient companies, hydroponics manufacturers, medical clinics, health and wellness providers, and more.  The festival culminates with the Bio Cup Canada awards, hosted by Randy & Mr. Lahey, who will announce the winners of the 2016 Bio Cup.

The festival site is centered between Victoria and Nanaimo, five minutes from the town of Lake Cowichan. Non-campers will have access to shuttles running daily from Victoria.

Love, Dr. Scott James
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7 COMMENTS

  1. Nice article on upcoming festival

    The LakeRanch site is actually just a few minutes from the “Town of Lake Cowichan” (not as it says in the above article.

    Thank you for (hopefully) correcting this error).

    Town of Lake Cowichan resident
    Raleigh Gee

  2. What exactly is the situation with the shuttles to and from Victoria? Is it at an extra cost, what would the timings be like and is there only limited availability?

    Thanks! Looking forward to joining you all.

  3. Victoria is 1.5 hour drive with slight traffic to the Ranch
    5 mins to Lake Cowichian town from site is correct , 25 mins to downtown Duncan ..

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