Electric Love

Join us July 26-29, 2018 for the fourth Electric Love Music Festival. Featuring World Class DJ's & Live Bands on 5 custom stages with state of the art audiovisual experiences in a family-friendly environment. This four day transformational music & arts festival was ranked as one of BC's 5 Best Electronic Music Festivals by the Georgia Straight in 2017. Our picturesque location in Agassiz, British Columbia provides the perfect setting for all to #danceandbefree. 

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Electric Love Family Picnic

The second annual Electric Love Family Picnic is a Passive Outdoor Recreation Event...come enjoy hiking, nature viewing, biking, star gazing and dancing outdoors as well as a Potluck Dinner & BBQ and a campfire jam sesh.

Donations will be accepted for the Electric Love Dance & Be Free Society as well as the Kamloops Food Bank.

This is a limited capacity event. RSVP available soon.

What to pack in your in your Picnic Basket

-Bug Spray
-Warm Clothes/Blanket/Sleeping Bag/Rain Gear
-Water/Food (There is NO Concession)
-Good Sensible shoes
-Garbage Bags (pack out what you brought in)

Things your Vehicle should have:

-Tires in Good condition
-Spare Tire
-Full Tank of Gas

Be aware that this is remote wilderness locaton with no cell service.

Gate closes at 10 PM (Saturday Night)...we are encouraging everyone to arrive early while there it is daylight to find a spot and set up your campsite. We are trying to avoid people driving on the road and into the ranch after dark.

Left Brain Directions

Coordinates: 51° 8'56.79"N 120°51'3.18"W

If you’re using a smartphone as a GPS, make sure that you plot the course before you head too far up Deadman Vidette Rd, the cell service cuts out before the pavement does. The GPS will still work even if you don’t have service, as long as you plot the course before you leave the service area.Make sure that you come up Deadman Vidette Road, there are other ‘ roads’ that google says ‘ exists’. F rankly, they don’t. 

Right Brain Directions

1) First head to Deadman Vidette Road. 
From Cache Creek ­ Turn right between the Husky and the Herbie Burger (if you’re coming up the canyon) and then drive about 20 minutes until you see the Mohawk Gas Station in Walhachin (remember, stop for gas). After that, turn left on Deadman Vidette Road ­ this will happen just after the road turns left and goes down a big hill. 
From Kamloops ­ Head up out of Kamloops on the Coquihalla going towards Vancouver, then take the Cache Creek exit Highway 97. Stay on this road and go past Savona. Stop for gas here if you haven’t. Drive about 7 minutes further past Savona and turn right onto Deadman Vidette Rd. 
From Vancouver ­ Head up the Highway 1 and at Hope, follow signs to highway 5 Coquihalla / Kamloops. Stay on this highway until just before Kamloops and take the Cache Creek exit Highway 97. Stay on this road and go past Savona. Stop for gas here if you haven’t. Drive about 7 minutes further past Savona and turn right onto Deadman Vidette Rd. 
2) Start the journey up Deadman Valley
Once you turn onto Deadman Vidette Rd, you’re practically on our 58 km long driveway. It takes about an hour to drive, and the difference between going 50 km/hour and 40 km/hour doesn’t make that much difference. We’ve tried both. The time up here is savoured in more than 10 minute increments, so take it easy, dodge the little tire popping rocks on the side of the road, and enjoy the lakes. 
Here’s a list of things that you’ll pass on your way up, in the order that you will see them. These are just place markers. Stay on Deadman Vidette Rd. the whole way up. 
1) Skeetchestn Indian Band
2) Bohnet Ranch
3) Deadman Cache Rd
4) Mowich Lake
5) Snohoosh Lake
6) Deadman Lake
7) Vidette Lake Resort
9) The Singing Lands ­ you’ll see two small­ish white signs
11) Some Rancher loading corrals

Then you should be a KM 58 and the Front Gate to Electric Love Ranch.



Earlier Event: June 9
Later Event: July 26
Electric Love Music Festival 2018