Published Apr 08, 2015Hillside Festival returns to Guelph, ON, again this summer, and organizers have just rolled out the lineup for this summer's annual event.
The long-running folk festival previously announced that Canadian indie rock favourites (and Guelph hometown heroes) Constantines would keep their reunion rolling with a set at Hillside, and now they're joined on the bill by an impressive array of other artists.
Daniel Lanois, Nels Cline Singers, TEEN and Frazey Ford top the bill alongside the Cons, while Astral Swans, BADBADNOTGOOD, Braids, By Divine Right, Alex Cuba, Doldrums, Etiquette, Great Lake Swimmers, Mo Kenney, LIDS, the Once, Nancy Pants, Doug Paisley, Fred Penner, Natalie Prass, Ryley Walker and the Weather Station are also slated to play.
Rounding out the festival lineup so far are Badminton Racquet, Baskery, Battle of Santiago, the Bros. Landreth, Bulgarian Voices Trio, Tim Chaisson, Nick Craine, DakhaBrakha, Del Bel, Eccodek, Darren Eedens, Elaquent, Nick Ferrio, Jeremy Fisher, David Francey, the Good Lovelies, Ash Grunwald, Hanggai, the Henrys, Suzanne Jarvie, the Kramdens, Last Ex, Look Vibrant, Luluc, Minotaurs, Moonface, Perch Creek, Poor Man's Whiskey, the Spring Standards, Jayme Stone's Lomax Project, Sultans of String, Thus Owls, TriBeCaStan, Jason Wilson and Pee Wee Ellis, with more artists still to be announced.
Hillside will run from July 24 to 26 at Guelph Lake, rain or shine. Weekend passes are available for $139 and are on sale now. You can get all the festival information, including single day ticket pricing, schedules and directions, over at the official website.