The inaugural All Ways Home Festival is set to take over West Hills Starlight Stadium September 4-5, presented by Top Shelf Productions and The Zone 91.3.
This two-day festival will feature seven acts a day and performances by Jesse Roper, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Current Swell, Bedouin Soundclash, Whitehorse, Jon and Roy, Fleece, Carmanah, Old Soul Rebel, Pastel Blank, Nicky Mackenzie and more.
The modern stadium will allow for a premium festival experience with everything local festival goers have come to expect, including food trucks and locally brewed beverages, wheelchair accessibility, VIP access and free lockup for bicycle patrons, along with facility flush toilets and covered bleachers for shade.
Given Victoria’s strong local music scene, All Ways Home leans on some of the city’s fantastic homegrown talent, while pulling in some of Canada’s top acts to round out an exciting lineup and bring music festivals back to the area post-COVID-19.
All Ways Home has a (COVID-era) capacity of 5,000 people on site. Some 4,500 general-admission tickets will be sold and are good for access to the stadium grounds and bleachers, which have excellent shade and visibility. There is a legal capacity of 2,500 for the field (which may be expanded before the festival date) and patrons who want full access to everywhere on the grounds will pay an additional $30 per ticket. All adults and all children must have a valid ticket to attend.
Additional information, including tickets, can be found at allwayshome.ca.
Non-stop shuttle bus transport between Victoria and the Langford festival grounds is available for $15 a day or $25 for the weekend, with details also on the website.
For complete event information and updates visit allwayshome.ca, follow All Ways Home on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up for the All Ways Home email list on the website.