Wavelength x Collective Arts present:
(Hamilton – anthemic indie-pop + hometown Hammer heroes)
(Toronto/London – Polaris-shortlisted & Juno-nominated “Indigenous futurist” indie-rock)
Saturday February 25, 2023
@ Collective Arts Brewing, 207 Burlington St. E., Hamilton
Doors 8pm – ALL AGES
Registration Link: bit.ly/WLxCA-Hamilton
Wavelength goes on a Hamilton roadtrip!
For the February 2023 edition of its monthly music series, Wavelength travels to Hamilton to present a free show with two of Ontario’s buzziest indie bands, within the walls of Collective Arts’ brewery and beer hall. #HamOnt has always had a tight-knit, community-oriented music scene, and it’s bouncing back from the pandemic with renewed creative energy.
February 25’s collab between Wavelength and CA features an exciting double bill of hometown heroes and Indie88-approved trio Ellevator — featuring the stunning vocals of frontwoman Nabi Sue Bersche —alongside “Indigenous futurist” indie-rock supergroup Ombiigizi, featuring members of Zoon and Status Non Status. Meaning “this is noisy” in the Anishinaabemowin language, Ombiigizi (om-BEE-ga-ZAY)’s Arts & Crafts debut Sewn Back Together was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize, topped many Canadian album-of-the-year lists in 2022, and was just nominated for the Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards.
Tickets are free and admission is open to All Ages. See you in the Hammer!
PLEASE WEAR A MASK. Though we have returned to in-person events, we acknowledge the pandemic is still ongoing. In the spirit of community care, mask-wearing is requested at Wavelength except when eating or drinking. A supply of free KN95 masks will be available at the door. Rapid tests will also be available, if audience members wish to test prior to entry. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. Thank you for your understanding and compassion!
Collective Arts Brewing is fully wheelchair accessible. For all other accessibility requests, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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