The Shambhala Music Festival was a time to remember for thousands who made the journey to the Salmo River Ranch last week.

Looking back at Shambhala

Thousands gathered on the Salmo River Ranch last week for the 16th annual Shambhala Music Festival.



Thousands gathered on the Salmo River Ranch last week for the 16th annual Shambhala Music Festival.

Here’s a look back at some of the highlights courtesy of Shambhala Music Festival photographers Louis Bockner/Eye of the Mind Photography, Alex Gaynor, Leah Gair/Leah Gair Photography and Jeff Cruz/Jeff Cruz Photographer.

 

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