Kulth Music Festival Brings Stars, Ron Sexsmith, Memphis to Vancouver Island

Kulth Music Festival Brings Stars, Ron Sexsmith, Memphis to Vancouver Island
The village of Coombs may not be British Columbia's best-known destination, but the Kulth Music Festival is bound to attract plenty of visitors to its remote spot on Vancouver Island. Billed as a "folk fest with an edge," it features an impressive lineup including Stars, Memphis and Ron Sexsmith on the weekend of July 16 and 17.

These big-name acts will be joined by a number of Victoria- and Vancouver-based artists including Aidan Knight, Top Less Gay Love Tekno Party, Louise Burns, Bobs and Lolo, Current Swell, and Boom Booms. See the full lineup over at the festival's website.

Early bird tickets will be sold prior to June 1, and they will set you back $135 for a weekend pass ($160 after June 1). Single-day tickets are also available, and there are discounts for youth and seniors. Tickets aren't yet available to purchase online, but go here for full information about rates.

The event will take place at Coombs Rodeo Grounds. For weekend pass holders, a limited number of on-site camping spots will be available. The festival website also offers information about local hotels, bed and breakfasts, camping spots and other accommodations.