Niagara-on-the-Lake's Grove Music Festival Gets Phoenix, Hot Chip, Girl Talk, Earl Sweatshirt

> Mar 04 2013

Niagara-on-the-Lake's Grove Music Festival Gets Phoenix, Hot Chip, Girl Talk, Earl Sweatshirt
By Alex HudsonAs if Arts & Crafts' 10th anniversary festival and compilation album weren't already keeping the Toronto label busy enough, it has now partnered with concert promoter Goldenvoice to present the Grove Music Festival. This star-studded event will take place on August 3 in Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON.

This promises to be a jam-packed day of music, with performers including Phoenix, Hot Chip, Girl Talk, the Gaslight Anthem, Earl Sweatshirt, Wavves, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Bob Mould, Pretty Lights, Palma Violets, Young Empires, Icona Pop and Nightbox.

The fest will take place at the Commons at Butler's Barracks National Historic Site. The Grove is said to blend the feeling of a large festival with that of a small community event, and a press release notes that it "places emphasis on themes of discovery, diversity, sustainability and environment."

Early bird and VIP tickets go on sale tomorrow (March 5) at 10 a.m. local time. These will be available while quantities last, although any available early bird tickets will go off the market on Thursday morning (March 7).

Early bird tickets cost $74.50 plus $10.25 of additional charges, while a standard ticket is $79.50 plus $15.25 of additional charges. VIP tickets are $140 plus $17.75 in extra charges.

Get more information over at The GroveFest.com.
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