Toronto’s Wavelength Winter Festival has announced its artist roster for the festivals eighteenth anniversary. Taking place on the Family Day weekend – February 16th to 18th – at The Garrison, will feature performances from Buke & Gase, Odonis Odonis, Brendan Canning (Broken Social Scene), MI Blue, Freak Heat Waves, Fusilier, You’ll Never Get to Heaven, Tough Age, Obuxum, and Joseph Shabason (DIANA) among many more.
As the Wavelength always has- through their Winter Festival and summer counterpart, Camp Wavelength – The three-day festival focuses on future-forward programming that creates an eclectic blend that is referred to as a “live curated mixtape”. As a result, some of the best independent, unsigned, and up and coming Canadian talent will be featured at the festival.
Single tickets are affordably priced, ranging from $9.99-$14.99 in advance, and an all-access festival pass is on sale for $33.33. Tickets and passes will be available online at TicketFly.com and in stores in Toronto at Rotate This (801 Queen Street West, Toronto) and Soundscapes (572 College Street, Toronto). A Pay What You Can (PWYC) option is also available at the door for attendees on Friday night only (Feb. 16).
I’m Gerrod, a Toronto based writer and musician. As soon as I started drumming, music became one of my greatest passions. Since then, I have also picked up the guitar, bass, and a hint of the piano. I am currently studying music and education at York University, and drum in a local hard rock band, One In The Chamber. This puts me right in the heart of Toronto’s growing music scene.