The Koksilah Music Festival is organized in recognition and celebration of the sovereignty of Indigenous Nations throughout BC with the intention to highlight the perspectives of Indigenous musicians, artists, activists and knowledge keepers.
This year’s festival will take place on September 6 – 8, in the unceded territories of the Quw’utsun People at Tuwe’nu (Providence Farm). Festival activities includes an eclectic lineup of music performers, workshops and speakers and the renowned Khowutzun Tzinquaw Dancers along with food, art and medicine vendors. You can purchase advance tickets for a day pass, weekend festival pass or weekend camping pass or pay admission at the gate.
The festival organizers and participants aspire to belong to vibrant communities and believe in the power of music and art with purpose. For more festival information and to purchase your tickets visit: www.koksilahfestival.com
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