Bc Arts Council  


The BC Arts Council is generously supporting our festival this year. We are thrilled that as a result we are able to present innovative youth programming and a more diverse selection of artists. We are grateful to live in a province that supports the arts!



Nelson Brewing Company


Brewing Organic award winning craft beer out of beautiful Nelson BC. This year marks the brewerey's 25th anniversary and we couldn't be happier to celebrate with all the amazing music lovers of the Tiny Lights festival.






Timberline Reforestation

30 years and 100,000 hectares reforested in southern and coastal BC, Timberline Reforestation is another in a long line of Tree Planting companies with “deep roots” in Ymir. Timberline is happy to support Tiny Lights.




                                                                                Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism

The official tourism organization for the Nelson Kootenay Lake region - a cultural & adventure travel destination unlike any other in the world.



PB Pro Audio

This year Ben and his crew from PB Pro Audio will be sweetening the sounds of Tiny Lights with his golden ears and amazing gear.

Western Canada's leader in sound production, staging and lighting services for any size concert or event.


                                                            Columbia Basin Trust

Columbia Basin Trust supports the ideas and efforts of the people in the Columbia Basin.We take our lead from residents and communities. Whatever the situation calls for, we adapt our role: from providing resources, to bringing people together, to leading an entire initiative. The Trust is here to offer experience and support to all Basin residents.



Red Lion Organic Farms 

Red Lion Organic Farms produces organic seed garlic, a large selection of Garden Market Veggies and is a proud supporter of the Tiny Lights Festival. This year we are working in conjunction with them to further develop our zero waste initiative. They are providing support and a shredder to begin the Bokashi composting process and they will be using the finished material to help grow organic greens to feed the artists at next year's festival!






We are grateful to FortisBC for providing continued support towards our Village and sustainability initiatives. Their participation in Tiny Lights has provided resources to present our solar and bike powered stage, increase the capacity of our vendor village waste reduction program and increase the capacity to present more sustainable living workshops and education. This year their outreach team will be helping educate people on ways to reduce consumption and save money.