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                           July  14,  2015  

 

 

 

GENERAL  ADMISSION  &  PREMIUM  CAMPING  PASSES  SOLD  OUT  
 

FESTIVAL  SHUTTLE  ROUTES  &  BOX  OFFICE  HOURS  OUTLINED  
 

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(Vancouver,  BC)  ~  HUKA  Entertainment  is  pleased  to  announce  that  General  Admission  and  
Premium  camping  passes  for  Pemberton  Music  Festival  are  now  sold  out.    VIP  and  Super  VIP  
camping  passes  remain  available  at  this  time.    With  GA  and  Premium  camping  passes  sold  out,  
weekend  and  single  day  shuttle  passes  will  be  the  only  available  GA  option  to  attend  the  event.    
Single  day  tickets  are  on  sale  now  at  www.pembertonmusicfestival.com.    GA  tickets  are  $129  plus  
an  additional  $29  for  the  shuttle  pass  for  a  total  of  $158  (plus  applicable  fees  and  service  charges).    
Single  Day  VIP  tickets  are  also  on  sale  now.    There  are  no  single  day  camping  passes  for  the  
festival.  
 
There  is  no  general  parking  available  at  Pemberton  Music  Festival.    All  attendees  must  possess  
either  a  Camping  Pass,  which  permits  parking  at  the  site,  or  arrive  via  Festival  Shuttle.  
 
Further  details  on  shuttle  passes,  routes  and  hours  can  be  found  at  
http://pembertonmusicfestival.com/festival-­‐guide/shuttles/  
 
Fans  who  need  to  visit  Will  Call,  exchange  Print-­‐At-­‐Home  tickets,  require  wristband  assistance  or  
wish  to  purchase  tickets  during  festival  days  can  visit  the  Box  Office  in  Whistler.    There  is  no  box  
office  on  site  at  the  Pemberton  Music  Festival  for  these  customer  service  issues.    
 
The  Pemberton  Music  Festival  Box  Office  will  be  located  at  the  Whistler  Conference  Centre  (4010  
Whistler  Way)  from  Tuesday,  July  14  to  Sunday,  July  19.    Hours  of  operation  will  take  place  from  
10am-­‐5pm  on  July  14  and  9:30am-­‐9:30pm  from  July  15  to  July  19.  

Attendees  are  encouraged  to  download  the  official  Pemberton  Music  Festival  App,  now  available  
for  iOS  and  Android  users  from  their  respective  app  stores.    The  app  features  daily  lineups  and  
schedules  as  well  as  push  notifications  for  instant  updates  on  safety  and  surprise  performances,  
the  festival  map,  comprehensive  social  feeds,  artist  discovery  features,  vendor  info,  and  a  brand-­‐
new  Friend  Finder  function  that  allows  you  to  be  notified  when  your  friends  arrive  at  the  festival.  
Patrons  should  also  review  the  FAQs  section  of  the  Pemberton  Music  Festival  website  before  
heading  to  the  festival  to  learn  what  items  they  can  and  cannot  bring  into  the  festival  grounds.    
For  fans  who  are  also  camping  at  the  festival,  a  separate  FAQ  can  be  found  explaining  what  is  and  
is  not  permitted  into  the  campgrounds.  
This  Friday,  July  17,  Pemberton  Music  Festival  will  be  featured  as  a  24-­‐hour-­‐long  Snapchat  Live  
story.    Snapchat  users  all  across  the  globe  will  be  able  to  watch  along  as  Pemberton  fans  snap  
their  festival  experiences  for  the  Snapchat  team  to  build  into  a  social  story  that  anyone  with  the  
app  can  access  and  watch.    Adding  to  the  fun  will  be  three  custom  #PembyFest  geofilters  that  fans  
can  place  onto  their  snaps.  
 
In  addition  to  full-­‐service  fire,  medical,  security,  RCMP  and  emergency  services,  Pemberton  Music  
Festival  will  host  organizations  on  site  dedicated  to  providing  information,  counseling  and  
support  to  attendees  with  regard  to  substance  and  consent-­‐related  issues,  including:  Karmik,  
DanceSafe,  Vancouver  Coastal  Health  and  RockDoc.    Attendees  are  welcome  to  visit  these  
organizations  on  site  to  receive  information  and  find  out  what  resources  are  available  to  them  
during  the  festival.    Everyone  is  reminded  to  enjoy  themselves  responsibly  during  the  event,  and  
to  look  after  one  another.  
 
Festivalgoers  are  strongly  encouraged  to  register  their  festival  wristbands  in  advance  of  attending  
the  festival  at  www.pembertonmusicfestival.com/register.    Registering  their  wristband  will  
provide  attendees  protection  against  lost  or  stolen  wristbands,  as  well  as  allow  them  to  
participate  in  programs  such  as  the  Timberland  #ModernTrail  interactive  game,  in  which  winners  
can  earn  upgrades,  Timberland  and  festival  merchandise,  or  tickets  to  next  year’s  Pemberton  
Music  Festival.  
 
Additions  to  the  festival  this  year  include  a  waterslide,  a  craft  beer  garden,  a  cinema  with  late-­‐
night  movies  and  early  morning  cartoons,  complimentary  cold  milk  on  the  weekend  for  cereal  and  
coffee,  morning  yoga  sessions,  surprise  pop-­‐up  performances  and  much,  much  more.  
 
With  nearly  100  performances  and  six  separate  performance  areas,  Pemberton  Music  Festival  will  
be  five  glorious  days  of  music,  comedy,  and  camping  on  300  clean,  open  acres  in  one  of  the  most  
idyllic  settings  on  Earth.    The  festival  kicks  off  on  Wednesday,  July  15  with  a  special  free  concert  in  
Whistler’s  Olympic  Plaza,  which  is  open  to  all.    Performances  for  festival  wristband  holders  only  
begin  Thursday,  July  16  at  the  Pemberton  Music  Festival  site,  located  25  minutes  north  of  
Whistler,  near  the  foot  of  majestic  Mt.  Currie.  
 
The  full  list  of  performers  includes  Kendrick  Lamar,  The  Black  Keys,  J.  Cole,  Tiësto,  Hozier,  Kid  
Cudi,  Missy  Elliott,  Weezer,  Jane’s  Addiction,  Broken  Social  Scene,  Alice  Cooper,  The  String  Cheese  
Incident  (two  nights),  BASSNECTAR,  Passion  Pit,  Billy  Talent,  Ludacris,  Chromeo,  Dada  Life,  Sam  
Roberts  Band,  The  Decemberists,  The  War  on  Drugs,  Edward  Sharpe  &  the  Magnetic  Zeros,  
Portugal.  The  Man,  PARTYNEXTDOOR,  Chvrches,  G-­‐Eazy,  Chet  Faker,  Beirut,  RL  Grime,  BANKS,  De  
La  Soul,  STS9,  Duke  Dumont,  Matt  and  Kim,  Earl  Sweatshirt,  Flux  Pavilion,  DAN  MANGAN  +  
BLACKSMITH,  Father  John  Misty,  Shakey  Graves,  Galactic  featuring  Macy  Gray,  Run  the  Jewels,  

ZHU,  Paul  Oakenfold,  tUnE-­‐yArDs,  Courtney  Barnett,  Cut  Copy  (DJ  set),  Bleachers,  Ryn  Weaver,  
Logic,  Tobias  Jesso  Jr,  Real  Estate,  Preservation  Hall  Jazz  Band,  What  So  Not,  Flatbush  ZOMBiES,  
GIVERS,  Moon  Taxi,  Ryan  Hemsworth,  July  Talk,  BADBADNOTGOOD,  Charles  Bradley  &  His  
Extraordinaires,  Judah  &  the  Lion,  Gay  Nineties,  Beats  Antique  (live  band),  Kali  Uchis,  DJ  Dodger  
Stadium,  THE  GLORIOUS  SONS,  Spooky  Black  (Corbin),  Post  Malone,  The  Suffers,  Apollo,  
GIRAFFAGE,  BASECAMP,  ALLIE  X,  Bas,  Sango,  JackLNDN,  PPL  MVR,  Boyfriend,  Maggie  Koerner,  
Hey  Marseilles,  JPNSGRLS,  Letts,  Pomo,  Lovecoast,  Dakota  Pearl,  Will  Ross  Band,  Full  Flex  Express  
featuring  Jack  Ü  (Skrillex  +  Diplo),  ZEDS  DEAD,  A$AP  Ferg,  Tycho,  Hundred  Waters  &  Anna  Lunoe  
B2B  Mija  and  comedy  from  Tim  &  Eric,  Nick  Offerman,  Reggie  Watts,  Tim  Heidecker,  T.J.  Miller,  
Doug  Benson,  Eric  Andre,  Harland  Williams,  Tig  Notaro,  Ali  Wong,  Ben  Gleib,  Neil  Hamburger,  
Gorburger,  Chris  Trew,  Dino  Archie,  Ivan  Decker,  and  Air  Sex  Championships.  
 
Pemberton  Music  Festival  is  a  five-­‐day  contemporary  music  festival  in  British  Columbia’s  scenic  
Pemberton  Valley.    Produced  and  promoted  by  HUKA  Entertainment,  in  collaboration  with  the  
Village  of  Pemberton  and  land  partners  the  Sunstone  Group,  the  Lil’wat  Nation  and  Squamish-­‐
Lillooet  Regional  District,  the  festival  turns  Pemberton  Valley,  located  less  than  thirty  minutes  
from  Whistler,  BC,  into  a  premiere  musical  playground  on  par  with  HUKA’s  other  award-­‐winning  
festivals.  
 
Pemberton  Music  Festival  is  proud  to  welcome  its  partners  Molson  Canadian,  SiriusXM  Canada  
and  Somersby  Cider  to  its  2015  event.  
 
For  more  information,  please  visit  Pemberton  Music  Festival  on  the  following  platforms:  
 
Web:    
www.pembertonmusicfestival.com  
 
Twitter:  
@Pemberton_Fest  
 
FB:  
 
www.facebook.com/PembertonMusicFestival  
 
Vimeo:    
https://vimeo.com/114092773  
 
 
National  Media  Contact:  
Teresa  Trovato  |  604.897.1939  |  teresatrovatopr@gmail.com    
 
International  Media  Contact:  
John  Vlautin  |  818.763.9800  |  jv@spinlab.net  
 
 
About  Huka  Entertainment:  
New  Orleans,  LA-­‐based  HUKA  Entertainment  is  a  privately  held  full-­‐service  production,  talent  buying  and  
promotion  company  that  specializes  in  festivals,  concerts  and  events  of  all  sizes.  Known  for  groundbreaking  
innovation  at  festivals  throughout  North  America,  HUKA  Entertainment  is  the  co-­‐founder,  producer,  talent  
buyer  and  promoter  of  the  award-­‐winning  Rock  The  Ocean's  Tortuga  Music  Festival  (Fort  Lauderdale,  FL);  is  
the  co-­‐founder,  producer,  talent  buyer  and  promoter  of  Pemberton  Music  Festival  (Pemberton,  BC);  is  the  co-­‐
producer  and  co-­‐promoter  of  BUKU  Music  +  Art  Project  (New  Orleans,  LA);  produced  Concerts  for  the  Coast  
series  installments  featuring  Jimmy  Buffett,  Bon  Jovi  and  Brad  Paisley;  and  is  the  co-­‐founder  of  the  award-­‐
winning  Hangout  Music  Festival  (Gulf  Shores,  AL),  for  which  it  was  producer,  talent  buyer  and  co-­‐promoter  
from  2010  through  2013.  HUKA  Entertainment  also  books  talent  for  and/or  promotes  a  variety  of  concerts  and  
events  throughout  the  Southeastern  United  States.  www.hukaentertainment.com    

About  The  Sunstone  Group:  
The  Sunstone  Group  is  a  Canadian  owned  family  business  with  operations  in  both  the  real  estate  and  
entertainments  sectors.  In  addition  to  the  Pemberton  Music  Festival,  the  Sunstone  Group  has  a  number  of  other  
business  interests  in  the  Pemberton  Community,  including  a  land  development,  establishment  of  an  
independent  boarding  school,  and  ownership  of  the  Meadows  at  Pemberton  Golf  Course.  
www.sunstoneridge.ca    
 
About  The  Village  of  Pemberton:  
The  Village  of  Pemberton  is  home  to  family  farms,  outdoor  adventures  and  stunning  vistas.    Situated  25  
minutes  north  of  Whistler  within  the  Coastal  Mountains,  Pemberton’s  mild  winters,  warm  summers  and  
authentic  adventure  culture  provide  an  ideal  place  to  enjoy  arts,  festivals,  history,  recreation,  dining,  shopping  
and  comfortable  lodging.  The  Village  of  Pemberton  works  in  cooperation  with  neighbouring  communities,  local  
businesses  and  tourism  partners  to  foster  a  healthy  and  vibrant  community,  and  to  share  our  distinctive  
offerings  with  our  returning  and  future  guests.  www.pemberton.ca/welcome  
 
About  Lil’wat  Nation:  
The  Lil’wat  Nation,  formerly  the  Mount  Currie  Band,  is  a  progressive  First  Nation’s  community  7  km  north  of  
Pemberton,  B.C.  With  a  membership  of  more  than  2000  people,  the  Lil’wat  Nation  is  the  third  largest  First  
Nation  in  BC.  The  Nation  is  striving  towards  self-­‐determination  for,  and  by,  Lil’wat,  by  continuing  to  exert  
control  over  its  traditional  land  and  resources.  Focusing  on  economic  development,  land  and  resource  
management,  the  Lil’wat  Nation  is  working  to  create  a  sustainable  community  by  exploring  opportunities  in  
retail,  forestry,  IT  and  construction.  The  Nation’s  government,  headed  by  elected  Chief  Lucinda  Phillips  and  a  
12-­‐person  council,  is  committed  to  transparency  and  employs  best  practices  in  all  aspects  of  
governance.  www.lilwat.ca    
 
About  the  Squamish-­‐Lillooet  Regional  District:  
Located  in  southwestern  BC,  the  Squamish-­‐Lillooet  Regional  District  (SLRD)  is  a  local  government  federation  
consisting  of  four  rural  electoral  areas  (A,  B,  C,  and  D)  and  four  member  municipalities  (Lillooet,  Pemberton,  
Whistler  and  Squamish).  Headquartered  in  Pemberton,  the  SLRD  delivers  a  range  of  local,  regional  and  sub-­‐
regional  services  to  approximately  38,000  residents.  Straddling  the  southern  Pacific  Ranges  of  the  Coast  
Mountains  and  encompassing  16,500  square  kilometers  of  land,  the  SLRD  features  some  of  the  province's  most  
spectacular  forests,  glaciers,  rivers  and  lakes  as  well  as  an  abundance  of  fertile  agricultural  land,  much  of  which  
is  found  in  Electoral  Area  C,  near  Pemberton.  www.slrd.bc.ca  
 
About  Whistler  Blackcomb:  
Since  1992  Whistler  Blackcomb  has  been  focused  on  the  development  and  execution  of  an  environmental  
management  strategy  with  the  goal  of  developing  a  model  of  environmental  and  social  stewardship  for  ski  and  
mountain  resort  operations.  Since  that  time,  the  company  has  been  recognized  for  its  efforts  with  countless  
awards,  and  has  the  honour  of  being  named  one  of  Canada's  Greenest  Employers  (2009,  2010,  2011).  Today,  
Whistler  Blackcomb  is  a  four-­‐season  resort  with  a  world-­‐renowned  Mountain  Bike  Park  on  Whistler  Mountain,  
a  22-­‐feet  Olympic-­‐sized  halfpipe  on  Blackcomb  Mountain,  and  five  Terrain  Parks  to  fuel  progression  at  every  
level  from  beginners  to  elite  athletes.  The  mountains  play  host  to  countless  festivals  and  events  each  year  
including  the  legendary  TELUS  World  Ski  &  Snowboard  Festival  each  April,  and  Kokanee  Crankworx  Mountain  
Bike  Festival  each  August,  in  addition  to  playing  host  to  the  world  as  the  official  alpine  skiing  venue  for  the  
2010  Olympic  and  Paralympic  Winter  Games.  www.whistlerblackcomb.com    
 
About  Tourism  Whistler:  
Tourism  Whistler  is  the  member-­‐based  marketing  and  sales  organization  representing  Whistler,  operating  the  
Whistler  Conference  Centre,  Whistler  Golf  Club,  Whistler  Visitor  Centre,  as  well  as  central  reservations  at  
1.800.944.7853  and  whistler.com  -­‐  Whistler's  official  source  for  visitor  bookings  and  information.  As  the  
convention  and  visitors  bureau  for  the  Resort  Municipality  of  Whistler,  Tourism  Whistler  represents  more  than  
7,000  members  who  own,  manage  and  operate  properties  or  businesses  on  resort  lands  including  hotels,  
restaurants,  activity  operators  and  retail  shops.  www.whistler.com    
 
 

About  Tourism  Pemberton:  
Tourism  Pemberton  is  an  independent  not-­‐for-­‐profit  destination  marketing  organization  dedicated  to  
promoting  tourism  and  travel  for  Pemberton,  BC  and  surrounding  region.  The  area  was  developed  at  the  turn  
of  the  century  as  a  result  of  forestry  and  agriculture.  The  Pemberton  Valley  lies  northwest  of  the  Village  and  is  
famous  for  its  seed  potatoes.  The  Pemberton  area  offers  world-­‐class  activities  and  recreation  including  
snowmobiling,  horseback  riding,  skiing,  golfing,  hiking,  rafting,  jet  boating  and  gliding.  The  district  also  
provides  a  variety  of  shopping,  dining,  accommodations  and  a  thriving  service  and  light  industrial  sector.    
Pemberton  –  Adventure  Begins  Here.  www.tourismpembertonbc.com    

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