Wavelength Music is a curated concert series designed to champion creativity, co-operation and collaboration in the independent music and arts scenes. Established in 2000, we are a non-profit arts organization that puts artists and the community first. A cornerstone of the Toronto music scene, Wavelength Music has championed literally thousands of emerging artists during its two decade-plus run.


Wavelength was founded as a grassroots, artist-run collective in 2000 by a group of like-minded independent musicians in Toronto. Originally a weekly live music night taking place on Sunday nights, accompanied by a free monthly photocopied print ‘zine, the Wavelength music series has a long and storied history as a forum and incubator for emerging musical talent in the Toronto area, with an unparalleled track record for championing new Canadian talent that has since gone to international success. Past esteemed Wavelength performers include: Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene, Constantines, Feist, F***ed Up, Grimes, Hidden Cameras, Holy F***, Jazz Cartier, METZ, Owen Pallett, Peaches, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Tokyo Police Club, Chad vanGaalen and more.

Wavelength currently produces approximately 20 events per year, including the Wavelength Winter Festival in February and a monthly, year-round concert series in a variety of venues around Toronto and across Canada. Our programming also includes workshops, talks and other educational, outreach events as well as livestream concerts and discussions.



We hope that everyone is staying safe and taking care during this difficult time. Our ongoing monthly events have all moved online for the foreseeable future.
If you are a musician, music professional or artist affected by the pandemic, you can find information on financial aid, resources and music-specific information in this document.
Wavelength Music supports #BlackLivesMatter !


Wavelength respects the rights of each member of our diverse audience and is committed to providing an environment in which everyone can feel safe. Any behaviour which could reasonably be perceived as physically, emotionally, or mentally harmful to individuals at Wavelength events will not be tolerated. This includes: racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, body shaming, ableism, ageism, and all forms of violence.

Please be respectful of others and help Wavelength create a fun and safer space for everyone. If you need help, or see others in need of help, please talk to a Wavelength staff member or volunteer.

For information on Wavelength’s Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment and Violence policies, please go here.

Dandelion Initiative Safer Spaces Program

Wavelength has completed the Dandelion Initiative‘s Safer Bars & Spaces Training Program. We are committed to providing a safe and fun experience for everyone at our events. For more information please visit the Dandelion Initiative’s website here.

Keychange Initiative – Gender Parity in Festival Programming

Wavelength is a participating partner in the Keychange Initiative, a global initiative committed to gender parity in festival programming. For more info please visit the Keychange Initiative here.

Canadian Creative Industries Code of Conduct

Wavelength is a signee of the Canadian Creative Industries Code of Conduct: http://readthecode.ca/contact/

Wavelength Music Arts Projects is incorporated as a not-for-profit arts organization, business number 85004 8158 RT0001.