AS SEEN ON TV: The Lonely Sports Network made famous during Massif Music’s Viral Edition is now available as a stylish T-shirt! Just in time for the holidays—order one for yourself and everyone you know! Just play with yourself…TOGETHER.
BUT THAT’S NOT ALL! Order the LSN shirt bundled with the Viral Edition baseball T and save, save, save!
We’re having a meeting and we want you to come! Massif is a non-profit society, and we have an annual general meeting every year to review how we did and where to go from here.
The meeting will be online, so you don’t even have to leave the house. Join us as we discuss how this year went, and what we might expect for next year.
If you’re interested in helping to continue bringing diverse, underrepresented music to the Kootenays, come find out about us, our motivations and our future at our annual general meeting on December 11 at 6pm. We’ll post the link soon.
We’ve got some rad baseball t-shirts for presale! This is a super soft cotton, so you can be cozy and stylish as you’re rocking out to your favourite MASSiF band. Grey and Black with green screen print, $35 each.
Order your shirt here! Note: We need to make a minimum of 12 sales. If that doesn’t happen, we will refund your dollars.
Thank you for supporting Massif Artists! Remember to tune in for our very special Viral Edition of Massif Music tomorrow, Saturday September 26 at 6pm on http://www.festivalmassif.com.
The pitch-black doom of Vancouver foursome Heron provides the perfect backdrop for these dark times—a heavy blanket sometimes comforting, sometimes oppressive. They rained sludge on the Massif crowd in 2018, and they’re poised to do it again on the Viral Edition live stream on Saturday!
Calgary dynamos Harsh won over the crowd at Massif 2019 with a scintillating set. Unapologetically political and progressive, these queer feminist punks embody Massif’s mission, and we’re thrilled to present them once again on the Viral Edition live stream this Saturday!
Nelson heavyweights The Adits have traipsed through the mining towns of the Kootenays, dealing a brand of punk that’s fun, fast, clever and oh so skilled. Catch their airtight live show on Massif’s Viral Edition on Sept. 26!
Two-time Massif champions Tarholes peddle an abrasive punk sound honed to perfection in basements, garages, laundromats (?!) and on the Massif stage. These Nelson legends get raucous on the Viral Edition on Sept. 26—join them, won’t you?