Camp Wavelength announces the full line-up of music artists for their 2018 summer festival. The line-up includes Chad VanGaalen, SUUNS, TOPS, Casper Skulls, Maylee Todd, FRIGS, Mauno, and so much more.
On August 18-19, 2018, Camp Wavelength celebrates its 4th year as Toronto’s original music festival staycation weekend. For 2018’s festival, presented by Exclaim!, Camp Wavelength will move to a new, central, outdoor location – Fort York National Historic Site’s tree-lined green space, Garrison Common. Easily accessible by transit, bicycle or on foot, Camp Wavelength 2018 will be a hidden oasis of creativity and community within the city.
Single-day tickets and two-day weekend passes will go on sale this Friday (May 4) with an online pre-sale on Thursday (May 3) through festival media partner, Indie88 | 88.1FM. Early-bird prices start at $24 for single-day tickets, and $38 for two-day weekend passes. Devoted Wavelength concert-goers can also buy a year-round All Access Wavelength Passport for $99.99 – or a flexible Five Show Passport (with daily admissions to Camp Wavelength included in each) for just $49.99.
Online tickets will be available through CampWavelength.com or ShowClix.com – and for the first time, will also be available for purchase through a digital currency – BTZ – on the Bunz trading app. Hard tickets will also be available in Toronto record stores Rotate This (186 Ossington Ave.) and Soundscapes (572 College St.).
Festivalgoers can get their Camp Wavelength tickets early with an exclusive Indie88 pre-sale on Thursday, May 3rd from 10 am to 10 pm. More info at Indie88.com.
Camp Wavelength 2018 – Musical Line-Up & Daily Schedule:
Saturday, August 18
Sunday, August 19
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan
Plus more to be announced – including Campfire Comedy, visual art installations, dance & performances, games & activities, food & drink.
I’m Jenna, and I am the founder and editor of Canadian Beats. I have had a strong love for Canadian music, which started many years ago. I have a passion for promoting these talented Canadian bands and artists, and that’s how Canadian Beats came to be. I am so proud of what it has become over the last few years, with many talented music lovers and writers coming together to spread the word of Canada’s music.