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Amped In The Park

Amped in the Park aims to provide a barrier-free, accessible space for performers and emerging artists of all kinds!

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Amped is set up to deliver on three objectives:

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Provide training and sound engineering mentorship on professional equipment for volunteers.

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Provide a performance space, stage, and sound set up for emerging artists of all disciplines and ages!

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Provide free, live, music in the Junction Park for all to enjoy!

Who

Amped is run by a group of passionate volunteers under the Squamish Arts Council. If you’re keen on learning sound engineering, stage management, or just getting involved please reach out to [email protected]! We’re always accepting new volunteers.

Amped isn’t just for musicians – although we love to see local musicians! – we welcome emerging performance artists from all disciplines including theatre, poetry, comedy, busking, and more!

When

Amped in the Park takes place nearly every Thursday in July and August in Junction Park, downtown Squamish. Performances start at 7:00 PM. This year’s 2019 Dates are:

  • July 4th
  • July 11th
  • July 18th as part of the Wind Festival for the Arts
  • July 25th
  • August 1st
  • August 8th
  • August 15th
  • August 22nd
  • August 29th

Perform

Interested in signing up as a performer? Fill out the application form below! All we request is that you consider yourself an emerging artist and that you come with your own instruments and music. Performers should expect to play sets between 10-20 minutes. We try to curate the performance line-ups so we make sure we have room for everyone, while sometimes we take impromptu performances, please fill out the form so we can ensure to schedule you in!

Volunteer

Want to volunteer and learn how to use professional sound equipment? Sign up by using the form below! Why volunteer?

  • Learn how to mix sound and use professional equipment and develop professional skills with industry professionals.
  • Learn how to make you and other artists sound great!
  • Also learn how to guide sound engineers when you perform live since you’ll know how it all works on the back end.
  • Get experience in stage management and event planning.
  • Perform, have fun, make friends and be part of something awesome!

Annual Events

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Squamish Wind Festival For The Arts
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