Published Sep 30, 2014Kingston, ON's annual Tone Deaf festival will celebrate its lucky 13 this year, offering yet another weekend of "adventurous sound performance."
The festival, which runs from October 23 to 26, will offer four thematically curated showcases.
Under the banner of Coldwave, the show on October 23 will see performances from Montreal's Marie Davidson and Toronto's Ice Cream at the venue Modern Fuel. October 24 is an Electroacoustic night, with collaborative performances from Adam Tindale & Colin Labadie, alongside Laura Kavanaugh & Ian Birse. That event takes place at the Isabel Performance Hall.
Up next is Ambient night on October 25. That showcase features performances from Kyle Bobby Dunn and Shane Whitbread, and takes place at the Isabel Rehearsal Hall. Finally, the weekend closes out with Reverberational on October 26. That event will host performances from Montreal's Le Fruit Vert and Kingston local Liam Fenton, and will once again take place at Modern Fuel.
Each of the concerts kicks off at 8 p.m., with admission set on a sliding scale from $10 to $20 at the door.
Throughout the whole weekend, Modern Fuel will also host a poster art exhibit exploring the entire history of the festival.
For more information on Tone Deaf, visit the fest's official site here.