WAVELENGTH SUMMER THING 2023
August 18-20, 2023
SummerSeries in Trillium Park at Ontario Place
FREE admission all weekend
The Wavelength Summer Thing is back this year… outside. And FREE! Join us down by the water for three days of live music, art, food, drink, community, and good vibes.
Sunday August 20
**UPDATE** Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, Love Language will no longer be able to perform at the Wavelength Summer Thing on Sunday August 20.
5:15pm: Status/Non-Status (London, ON // anthemic Anishinaabe-Canadian indie psych folk, You’ve Changed Records)
4:15pm: Sunnsetter (Norfolk, ON // summery shoegaze soundscapes, Paper Bag Records)
3:15pm: YUNJIN (Toronto, ON // experimental-electronic, hybrid live/DJ performance)
Curated by Daniel Monkman (Zoon, Ombiigizi)
Art & Activities by:
General Chaos Visuals
Food & Drink by:
Collective Arts Brewing
Kanto by Tita Flips
Masaya Means Happiness
The Pop Stand
Rick’s Good Eats
All events @ Trillium Park (East Island, Ontario Place)
FREE – no ticket required
All Ages + Licensed
Family friendly – furry friends welcome
Admission first come, first served
Rain or shine
Don’t forget: sunscreen, refillable water bottle
Parking is $35 (flat rate) – we encourage people to carpool, bike, walk, scooter or other means to get to the event location
Beverages served by Collective Arts Brewing
Stay tuned for more info about art + food!
Wavelength Summer Thing is the latest iteration in summer music gatherings by Wavelength Music, Toronto’s artist-run live music non-profit since 2000, marking a return to open-air environs following previous events at Fort York and Toronto Island. From August 18 to 20 as part of SummerSeries in Trillium Park at Ontario Place, the Wavelength Summer Thing will showcase a diverse, inclusive and uplifting lineup of artists curated by Anishinaabe musician/composer Daniel Monkman (of moccasin-gaze band Zoon and JUNO-nominated rock band Ombiigizi) that will encompass hip-hop, R&B, electronic, and indie music in this celebration of togetherness by the waves.
Poster art by Sarah Alinia Ziazi
Trillium Park is fully wheelchair accessible. For accommodation in our covered viewing area, please contact us at email@example.com.
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.