July 14, 15, 16, 2017
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The First Nation’s people referred to this place as the Crossroads. Few, if any lived here, but everyone passed through because this was a place for powerful medicine and for summer celebrations and feasting. Come to the original Crossroads and join us for the Wild Mountain Music Festival.
Wild Mountain is community owned and 100% volunteer run. We are proud of what we, as a wider community pull off each year. Our volunteers can't wait to help you have the best festival weekend of the year.
We thank our sponsors, without them, we couldn't do what we do each year to bring this unique weekend of music to the most beautiful festival site on earth.
– Brian LaBerge, President Wild Mountain
Make sure you can stay dry on the off chance that we do get some rain. Over the years there have been very limited bouts of rain. When it rains, our patrons pop some umbrellas and hunker down for some wonderful music. One of my favourite Wild Mountain days was Matt Andersen, a bit of stubborn rain, a dedicated audience and some kick-butt music!
No Pets Allowed - I'm sure you are a responsible pet owner, but some are not and no one wants to have to avoid 'field bombs' getting back to camp after the music. It works best if everyone leaves pets at home.
Wild Mountain is rustic and there are no hook-ups. Since this is a working ranch please take everything you bring. Cigarette butts are toxic to horses, so respect the ranch and do not throw butts on the ground.
No pets, glass, ATV, Hot-Tubs (yes we have had to deal with draining a tub, which nearly drowned a near-by tenter), or drones - we have had an issue with drones not respecting people's privacy. Respect one another and let's have a great time.