Muskoka Sound Music Festival Adds the Trews, Buck 65, Grand Analog

Muskoka Sound Music Festival Adds the Trews, Buck 65, Grand Analog
With just over a month to go before the launch of the inaugural Muskoka Sound Music Festival in Huntsville, ON, organizers have just dropped info on another batch of artists planning on hitting the fest, including Canadian rock vets the Trews, Maritimes-made rap hero Buck 65 and more.

A press release for the fest, which runs September 12 to 14, notes that the main stage at Lion's Lookout will now be graced by the aforementioned acts, along with Grand Analog, the Beaches, Dear Rouge, Sam Cash and the Romantic Dogs, and HIGHS. As previously reported, these bands will be joined through the weekend by Serena Ryder, Mother Mother, Monster Truck, Hawksley Workman, the Strumbellas, Shad and Yukon Blonde, among others.

In addition to the main stage, the grounds also include the locally-minded Homegrown stage, which will put the focus on rising artists Sean Cotton's Doghouse, Juan Barbosa, Myrle, Ol' Stampy's Saloon, Laganza, Mystic Naturals, Taktikz, Ruth Cassie, Deni Gauthier, James Gray, Gina Horswood, Douglas Maclean, Big East, Pam Millar Band and J'aime Payne.

You can find out more about the Muskoka lineup over here.

Tickets are still available for the fledgling event, with a three-day pass currently going for $99. Single day tickets range between $40 and $60 depending on which day you attend, while an extra $50 can nab you VIP privileges, including the "potential opportunity to meet your favourite artists" and "swag."

You'll find all the ticketing info here.