Featured Image By: Charlotte Dobre

By: Alex Kimball

I could not be more psyched for my second year on the farm. It’s almost unfair to put it in the “festival” category. Shambhala truly is a unique experience and without a doubt my new favorite weekend of the year.

For their 19th anniversary, we have another diverse lineup established veterans, Shambhala regulars, and up and coming artists to look forward to. For those looking for suggestions, make sure not to miss the following sets:

Keys N Krates

Very well could be the best set of the weekend, these guys have truly mastered the heavy bass, live band hybrid.


High energy and unique future bass brought to you by one bad ass chick who described herself as “shredding a tidal wave of whiskey on a surfboard made out of don’t care”. Just try and find someone who puts more into their music – I dare you.


New on the scene in 2015, Marshmello describes his music as deep fluffy hybrid melodic sexy trap house – I’ll be shocked if this isn’t one of the most entertaining sets of the weekend.

The Russ Liquid Test

Groovy, unique, future-vintage; The Russ Liquid Test creates a new type of genre-bending music that you won’t want to miss.

Stylust Beats

Without a doubt a Shambhala regular and crowd favorite, don’t miss this guy’s set at the Village. With elements of hip hop, dubstep, and trap, Stylust Beats always aims “to make every track an epic melodic adventure through many different genres”.