February 15, 2020
Wavelength Winter Festival 2020 – Saturday Night at Longboat Hall
- 103 Dovercourt Rd
February 15, 2020
In celebration of their 20th Anniversary in 2020, Wavelength Music presents 20 bands over the course of the four days at Sneaky Dees, Longboat Hall, Sonic Boom Records and The Garrison!
20 Years, 20 Bands!!
SATURDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 15 @ LONGBOAT HALL (103 DOVERCOURT RD)
11pm – Haviah Mighty (Toronto – Mighty hip-hop femcee & 2019 Polaris Prize Winner)
10pm – Lou Phelps (Montreal – Electro-driven rapper & brother of Kaytranada)
9pm – Yves Jarvis (Montreal – Soulful indie art-folk / Anti- & Flemish Eye Records)
8pm – Desiire (Toronto – Afro-pop R&B singer/songwriter)
Visual art/projections: Roxanne Ignatius & General Chaos Visuals
With host, Lana Gay (Indie88)
Tickets: $20.00 advance / $25.00 at the door
Longboat Hall – 103 Dovercourt Road, Toronto
ALL-ACCESS FESTIVAL PASS: $50.00
WAVELENGTH PASSPORT: $99.99 (includes access to all Wavelength festivals & the Wavelength Monthly Series for one year)
Wavelength Music warms up winter with the launch to their 20th anniversary year and the Wavelength Winter Festival, a live curated mixtape featuring twenty of the best independent music artists from the Canadian underground scene February 13-16, 2020. The festival launches Thursday, February 13, exactly 20 years since Wavelength’s first show at Ted’s Wrecking Yard. Despite that venue being a distant memory, Wavelength will provide a nostalgic nod to its older days by presenting the first night of the festival at Sneaky Dee’s! Festival venues also include Longboat Hall (Fri & Sat nights), Sonic Boom Records (Sat. afternoon – all ages) and The Garrison (Sun night).
Announcing this year’s lineup:
HAVIAH MIGHTY – THE HIDDEN CAMERAS – LES MOUCHES
LAL (Corners Anniversary Performance) – NOTIFI – TORII WOLF – LITTLE SCREAM
LOU PHELPS – SANDRO PERRI – YVES JARVIS
KEITA JUMA – KAIA KATER – NEW FRIES – TRP.P
SHEENAH KO – MIMICO – SLOWPITCHSOUND
DESIIRE – SILVER POOLS – PSYCHIC WEAPONS
As well as including a glance back at the past 20 years, Wavelength’s winter festival programming is future-forward, a “live curated mixtape” line-up of the newest, freshest and most exciting sounds in the Canadian independent music scene. Guest Co-Curator, Ian Steaman (Different Kitchen, CBC), brings a fresh new voice to the programming mix with the inclusion of more acts from the worlds of hip-hop, R&B, electronica and art-pop, as Wavelength continues to expand the boundaries of “indie” music.
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