THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS JOIN SQUAMISH CONSTELLATION FESTIVAL LINEUP AMID BLACK PUMAS CANCELLATION
Beloved Vancouver-based, indie-rock band, The New Pornogrpahers bring “pure, blissfully irresistible power-pop” (NPR Music) to the 2022 Squamish Constellation Festival lineup. In an unexpected, last-minute turn of events, the band has signed onto the weekend programming as Black Pumas are no longer able to make an appearance.
“Due to circumstances out of our control, we regretfully announce that Black Pumas will no longer be performing at Constellation Fest on Saturday, July 23.
“We understand that a lot of fans will be incredibly disappointed by this news, as are we. However, we know that the weekend lineup is incredibly diverse and exciting and we’re pleased to announce that brilliant musical collective, The New Pornographers have stepped up to fill in Saturday’s headline spot,” shared Squamish Constellation Festival co-founder, Kirsten Andrews.
Black Pumas management shared this statement: “We are devastated to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances we are no longer able to perform at Squamish Constellation Festival. We hope to be able to return to B.C. soon and we apologize to all our fans for the inconvenience.”
For the last two decades, The New Pornographers have been delivering infectious hooks, sweet harmonies, and a pile of power-pop riffs every time they take the stage.
Limited tickets, onsite camping and parking are still available for the multi-genre, zero-waste music festival, July 22 to 24, taking place in the heart of the Sea to Sky Corridor between Vancouver and Whistler.
The two-stage music experience features an all-star lineup of talent, an artisan marketplace, craft beverages, local eateries all on a backdrop of stunning glacial vistas.