Shambhala Music Festival headliners Zeds Dead take the stage in Castlegar next week.

Zeds Dead comes to the Kootenays

Shambhala Music Festival headliners Zeds Dead comes to Castlegar.

Zeds Dead is rumoured as being one of the greatest success stories in Canadian music in the past few years. Selling out 70 shows across North America in 90 days this past winter and headlining summer music festivals all over the world

Zeds Dead has received acclaim as one the top acts in the world of electronic and bass music. Making their mark in many different genres including hip hop, dubstep, electro, moombhahton, and even some drum and bass.

They will be in Castlegar for one exclusive Canadian show before embarking on their crazy festival circuit his summer.

Alongside Zeds Dead will be a superstar lineup including 2011 403 Red Bull 3style champion – Kato, Deeps, B-Ron, and live hip hop from Dion Rego and Rippel. This evening will also showcase a custom PK soundsystem which will be the biggest rig ever brought indoors in the Koots.

Tickets are $30 in advance and are available at Ripping Giraffe in Nelson, The Element in Castlegar, The Choice in Cranbrook, Ross Vegas in Rossland and online at clubelement.ca/tickets.

 

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