Two stages featuring musical stylings including bluegrass, country/blues, Reggae/dub, rock, and hip-hop all the way to other contemporary styles including electronic and bass heavy. With a continuous theme of a dance-driven event, Cumberland Wild offers nonstop music all day and all night in the heart of the legendary Cumberland Village.
Onsite camping, hot food, Cold drinks, craft vendors, and west coast culture at its best are a few things you can expect to experience. After the amplified music shuts off at 1 am the silent disco begins and carries on all night. Imagine 750 people all wearing glowing wireless headphones dancing to one of three Djs playing at the same time on separate channels. Silent Disco goers enjoy the power of choosing what channel to listen to!
Being in the heart of the village allows festival goers the full experience, there is so much to do. Cumberland Wild attendees enjoy swimming and boating at Comox Lake (3km from the site), the many world-class bike trails and historic sites. A plethora of local restaurants, handcrafted works and amazing unique small businesses are here for you to explore. Royston and ships point is a short drive away and offer the warm and calm waters of the sheltered inner coast.
This festival is locally run and operated. Funded 100% by small business and the blood sweat and tears of this amazing community and surrounding areas. If you want a true taste of community and culture we invite you to attend.
Don’t be fooled by its small-town charm Cumberland Wild stands in a long sequence of a successful music festival such as The Big Time Out and Atmosphere Gathering. Its producers Cumberland Village Works and Mt Eliah presents are major fixtures and leaders in Cumberland’s worlds renowned music culture. Both companies work close nit year-round to produce over 100 shows a year out of Vancouver Island, Comox Valley and neighbouring communities. Working with venues such as The Waverley Hotel, one of the best rated live music venues in western Canada. Over the years Cumberland has seen countless acts never before believed would play I a little town of just over 3000 people.
Expect to hear a unique variety of Country blues finger-style pickers, whiskey breakfast bluegrass music, bass-heavy bangers that’el have you doing Jvmpkicks, local singer-songwriters, all night DJs, vocal ninja warriors and more.
Small Town, Big Sound. Second Round!
Produced by: www.mteliah.com
Who is it for?
Our site is mostly flat with grass and is 100 % accessible to all. Licensed and family friendly, yet NOT kid-centric.
Tickets : Day Pass: $50-$80, Weekend Pass $100-$180
How to get tickets?
At the door: Box Office
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
August 17 & 18, 2019
10am-4am Sat and Sunday
Cumberland Village Park Cumberland Village, Vancouver Island
Public transport accessible