Music lovers from around the world descended on Salmo River Ranch for the 15th anniversary of Shambhala Music Festival this weekend.

Shambhala delights music lovers at Salmo River Ranch

Music lovers descended on Salmo River Ranch this year as Shambhala Music Festival celebrated it's 15th year.



World-class music and entertainers thrilled festival-goers at Shambhala Music Festival 2012.

Ten-thousand people were in attendance over the weekend as the festival welcomed acts like Delhi 2 Dublin, Pretty Lights, Chali 2na, Stickybuds, Vortex, A Skills and more.

This year’s event marked the 15th anniversary of the festival and organizers are anticipating more exciting acts and developments in 2013.

 

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