BC's LIVE at Squamish Festival Snags Devo, the Decemberists, Tokyo Police Club, Bad Religion

BC's LIVE at Squamish Festival Snags Devo, the Decemberists, Tokyo Police Club, Bad Religion
This Labour Day, Squamish, BC will host the inaugural LIVE at Squamish, with the Decemberists, Tokyo Police Club, Devo and Bad Religion all making appearances.

The festival will run September 4 and 5, on the city's Loggers Sports Grounds and Hendrickson Fields. Festival organizers are promising 20 acts, including Dirty Vegas, We Are the City, the Dudes, Hollerado, and all the confirmed artists can be seen on the festival's artist page here.

Tickets are on sale now. You can pick up a weekend pass ($125 until July 9, then $145) or single-day ticket ($79) here, or for $250, you can grab a special VIP weekend pass, which gets you early access to the site, a reserved on-site parking space, and access to the main stage VIP area with luxury flushing toilets, soap and paper towels. VIP passes must be bought in pairs.

"Squamish is an ideal location for the music festival as we are situated on the Pacific Ocean at the base of the Stawamus Chief and only 40 minutes north of Vancouver along the scenic Sea to Sky highway. We also have new and expanded accommodation facilities that will help to make this weekend event an incredible experience," Squamish Mayor Greg Gardner said in a news release.