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Shambhala At Home: The Pagoda Stage 🎉 Head to Mixcloud to watch the stream Friday, October 30.
The Pagoda Stage has been home to some of the biggest names in electronic music, from house music legends to dubstep dons. This stream showcases the genre-bending duality of the legendary stage.
Featuring music from Ben Fox, Boogie T, CHEE, and Kyle Watson.
Self-proclaimed, “purveyor of deep infectious dance floor grooves,” Ben Fox embodies the true spirit of Shambhala through his eccentric stage presence and dedication to fostering the West Coast dance music scene. There is no doubt that Ben Fox’s endless support and passion for Shambhala has cemented his position as a Farm favorite among many.
Catch this Pagoda staple doing what he does best during Shambhala At Home.
There isn’t much this Louisiana-raised artist can’t do. Between singing, producing, rapping and even playing guitar, it’s clear Boogie T is the definition of a creative genius. Having made his home on the Pagoda Stage over the years, this dubstep and bass producer has won over the hearts of our Farmily members with his striking performances on the Farm.
Catch Boogie T during the Pagoda Stage virtual stream where he’ll be lighting up the virtual dancefloor.
With a rapid rise to fame in the international bass scene, South-African, CHEE, has crossed into the North American festival world seamlessly. He may be a newcomer to the Shambhala Farmily but there is no doubt CHEE will solidify his place among the Farm veterans with his unparalleled production and mixing skills.
Enjoy a set of halftime, hip-hop, grime, and everything else in between from CHEE.
Settle in for a smooth ride. Progressive leader in the electronic music scene, Kyle Watson, has cultivated a genre entirely his own through years of production and mixing experience. Using influences from around the world, this South African producer wraps listeners up in a warm embrace of house, bass, and everything in between.
Experience Kyle Watson’s seamless flow of melodic basslines during our Shambhala at Home digital stream.