For the second annual edition of the Sawdust City Music Festival, the full artist line up has been released along with some of the new features to the festival. The Sawdust City Music Festival is presented by TD Bank Group, and it is a three-day multi-venue music festival in Gravenhurst, ON. Running from August 3 to 5, 2018 the stellar line-up of award-winning artists includes artists such as; Good Lovelies, Rose Cousins, Royal Wood, Danny Michel, Dana Sipos, The O’Pears, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar and many more. The full line-up was exclusively unveiled at the Toronto Kickoff Party. Tickets for the Friday evening and Saturday evening programming at the Opera House are on sale now. Limited Weekend and VIP Packages are still available. The Weekend and VIP Packages have exclusive access to many exciting events throughout the weekend.
Some of the new features this year include the Sunday Kids Zone and a Vendor Village which will be located in Gull Lake Rotary Park. The Sawdust City Music Festival is also pleased to announce that the event will be promoting the important work of Gravenhurst Against Poverty. The Sawdust City Music Festival will be used to celebrate Gravenhurst’ past and future by bringing established artists to newcomers for all ages to discover.
The Sawdust City Music will also have a large list of free events to engage as many festival-goers as possible. More details can be found online. You can even listen to the Sawdust Music Festival 2018 Playlist on Spotify to get a taste of what is in store. Follow the Sawdust Music Festival on social media and use the hashtag #SawdustCityMusicFestival2018 to engage with the festival online.
Reserve your packages and single day tickets either by purchasing them online or by contacting the Gravenhurst Opera House Box Office: (705)-687-5550 or Toll-Free 1-888-495-8888.
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