Thu. Apr 2, 2015

Longstride is an up and coming band from Seattle, Washington who has a unique and distinctively lyrical Reggae-Rock-Groove identity. Expect a high energy, crowd moving stage show from this band of soulful guys. Their debut album “Days Like These” exhibits the breadth and power of the band’s sound. 

Longstride is comprised of members who have played and toured separately from Hawaii to LA, Alaska and all over the Northwest. They began performing in August 2012, their first show was opening for The Los Lonely Boys and they have since been packing out clubs from Seattle to Tacoma, Everett, Olympia and beyond!

See them on Mainstage at Skier’s Plaza on Wednesday April 15th from 4:00pm - 5:30pm.


Party starter DJ's Scotty Mac & Joni T have teamed up with the ultra-talented Lachy Hol (Sexual Six String), Andy Crome (Pulse Pounding Percussion) and Greg Cossar (Tone Tingling Trombone) to form LIVE IN THE HOUSE.

LITH is a 5 piece travelling act composed of Scotty Mac vs Joni T back to back DJ sets turbo charged by Electric Guitar, Percussion and Horn Instruments.  A typical LITH set takes you on a ride across multiple genres from Deep House to Old Skool Hip Hop, Trap and Ghetto Funk, all mashed up with instrumental solos that always leave you screaming for more.  Get ready to jump, scream, bounce & boogie as the LITH crew electrifies your soul with their energized stage show!

You can see Live in the House at Thursday, April 16th on the Mainstage at Skier's Plaza from 4:00pm - 5:30pm.


Jazz Cartier is being touted as ‘Toronto’s next big thing’ and, at 21 years old, is intensely focused on getting there.

Jazz, whose real name is Jaye Adams, spent his childhood travelling to such disparate places as Houston, Barbados, Georgia, and Kuwait, only to end up in an elite boarding school in Connecticut. He came back to Toronto after graduation with stars in his eyes and music in his heart. Now, he is set to release his first mix tape in April but before he even finished recording, he had created a lot of buzz in the Toronto hip hop scene. By putting out a few well produced music videos to YouTube, Jazz developed an online following that was hype for more.

The forthcoming Marauding In Paradise mix tape is Jazz’s coming of age, coming out party that will appeal to the lowest common denominator of hard core rap enthusiast all the way over to the more cerebral and heady urban music enthusiast who can appreciate what this Leader of the New School is bringing to the rap game.  Watch out for this kid, there are big things to come.

You can catch Jazz Cartier Saturday April 18th on the Mainstage at Skier's Plaza from 7:30pm - 8:30pm.