Canadian Music Week will return to Toronto this spring, and organizers have just rolled out another wave of performers for this year's festival.
Recently added artists include Earl Sweatshirt, Wolf Parade, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Good Charlotte, Hopsin, Allie X, Japanese Breakfast and Tim Darcy. CMW is also shining a spotlight on local talent, adding Toronto acts Frigs, Chastity, Beliefs, Casper Skulls, Vallens, Twist, PONY and the Beaches.
Rounding out the new additions are: the Avec Sans, Bad Child, Caveboy, Charlotte Cornfield, Daley, Danko Jones, Earl, Good Charlotte, Hopsin, Japanese Breakfast, Leela James, Movement, Mr. Joy, NEFE, NOBRO, Omhouse, Port Cities, Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs, Sebadoh, Silverstein, Solids, the Dead Love, the Kents, the Luyas, TOBI, Token, Too Many Zooz, Voyce, Waterparks, Xavier Omar and Zoobombs.
The latest wave of performers join a previously announced artists like Melissa Etheridge, Hollerado, Charlotte Day Wilson, Chaz Bundick Meets Mattson 2, Duchess Says, Flasher, Freak Heat Waves, Greys, High Valley, Hoan, Julia Jacklin, Madeline Merlo, River Town Saints, Weaves, Dear Criminals, Lab Coast, Bossie, Run Coyote, Surf Dads, the Honest Heart Collective, We Were Lovers and Wasiu.
The 2017 edition of CMW will take place from April 18 to 23 at venues around Toronto. Full festival details can be found at the official CMW website.