Camp Wavelength 2016 – FESTIVAL INFO

FESTIVAL INFO

Camp WavelengthNamed one of the best music festivals of 2015 by:
blogTO: “The perfect backdrop for presenting grassroots events that celebrate community.”
Chart Attack: “An ambience as important and fascinating as its musical acts.”
NOW Magazine: “A DIY commitment to the best.” (NNNN)
Torontoist: “A game-changer.” (2015 Hero Nomination)

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2016 Dates: August 19-21
Location: Artscape Gibraltar Point, 433 Lakeshore Avenue, Toronto Island
Gates open: 5 p.m. Friday, 12 p.m. Saturday & Sunday

ALL AGES / Licensed (Overnight camping 19+ only)

Rain or shine (shine, shine shine!)

Interested in volunteering? Head over here.

Looking for media accreditation? This way.

Want to display one of our sexy lawn signs? Show off your Camp Pride!

About our location

Artscape Gibraltar Point is an artist retreat centre located in the former Toronto Island Public School, just steps from one of the most beautiful freshwater beaches in the world. This is paradise – just a 10 minute ferry ride from downtown Toronto! The festival and campsite are both located outside on the grounds of the centre. The campsite is intimate – this is urban camping, not deep-forest camping, so be prepared to get to know your neighbours. Camping is available for a lucky select few, but is not mandatory! Festival-only and single-day tickets are also available – and for this first time this year, we are offering a small number of VIP Rooms in the Artscape Gibraltar Point centre. See tickets page.

Home to both year-round and short-term resident artists, AGP is located on the main island roadway, halfway between Hanlan’s Point and Centre Island (443 Lake Shore Rd.), and 20 minute walk from either ferry dock.

  • Main entrance located at the Festival gate on the main path, across from the Gibraltar Point
  • Washrooms — portable toilets (public washrooms nearby)
  • Security — Security on hand at all times
  • First Aid — First Aid professionals available at all times
  • Bike racks available

What To Bring

 

  • 21 CWL KEATING-PuppetsWater bottle (FREE refills at our Water Station!)
  • Flashlight
  • Raincoat
  • Umbrella
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Bathing suit & towel
  • Fall jacket & long pants (August can get cool on the Island)
  • Anything you might need to go to a convenience store for (there are none on the Island)
  • Your sense of irreverence
  • Cash – No ATM at the festival
  • The Family – kids are welcome! (Children 12 and under free; festival 19+ after 10:30pm, however)

What Not To Bring:

  • No outside food (camping snacks allowed)
  • No camping stoves
  • No propane camping lamps
  • No outside alcohol (festival site is fully licensed)
  • No pets (service animals excepted)
  • No fireworks
  • Reminder camping & late night program is 19+

Food Vendors

Food Dudes The Food Dudes Signature Grilled Cheese

Soft brie, cheddar cheese, brioche, compound butter, FD smoked tomato ketchup, grana padana snow… Praise cheeses! The Food Dudes pride ourselves on using locally grown and all natural products, with everything made from scratch in house at our commissary kitchen in Leslieville.

thefooddudes.com
IslandCafe Photo Island Cafe

The Island Cafe serves up local and garden fresh comfort food and old school baked goods. This year, we have our homemade local grass-fed beef burgers and our awesome vegan nut burger, our classic tacos, and a French-fry station. If you’re around for camper breakfasts, we’ll have veggie and meaty breakfast burritos, fruit salad, homemade granola with yogurt. We’ll also be serving some homemade cookies and muffins.

islandcafeto.com
Monarch Tavern The Monarch Tavern

The Monarch Tavern kitchen provides fresh affordable comfort food to foodies across Toronto and the GTA. Our pulled pork is locally farmed, slow-roasted, and fork-pulled with care. We serve this juicy goodness on a freshly baked pada bun and then top it with handmade coleslaw and our special house BBQ sauce. Try our soft-shell tacos made with 100% corn or our mini-slider bao buns.

themonarchtavern.com
Little Sea Little Sea Icees (and Wraps)

Need a little nourishment? Our collard wraps will fill you up and boost your energy with fresh vegetables, hummus and other goodies, wrapped in a collard green (kind of like lettuce had a baby with a tortilla). We’ll also be serving lemon and fruit icees to help you cool down! P.S. We’re called Little Sea because we think Lake Ontario is actually a sea — happy swimming!
Pop Stand The Pop Stand

Purveyors of the finest handcrafted ice pops and cordials, in a myriad of flavours from Raspberry Hibiscus to Strawberries’n’Cream to Kicky Key Lime, The Pop Stand is going to keep you cool when you need to chill on the beach.

popstandtoronto.com
Sugar Mammas Sugar Mamma’s Mini Donuts

Sugar Mamma’s Mini Donuts make fresh mini donuts cooked in organic coconut oil, including classic cinnamon & sugar, Nutella, Ontario honey glaze or vegan chocolate glazed. When not at Front Street Foods, you can nd Sugar Mamma’s serving up their donuts from beside their 1991 Japanese Mini Truck.

sugar-mammas.com

Drinks

Camping is thirsty business.

Steam Whistle Pilsner $6
Skyy Vodka $6
Wild Turkey Bourbon $6
Bird & a Beer (Wild Turkey + Steam Whistle) $10
Brickworks Cider $8
20 Bees Wine (Pinot Grigio + Cabernet Merlot) $8
Station Cold Brew Coffee $5
Red Bull $5
Soft Drinks & Juice $2

Stay hydrated, campers! Go visit our complimentary water station. It thinks you look great today.

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