Published Apr 15, 2014Organizers behind Sudbury's long-running Northern Lights Festival Boréal have begun to unfurl the details behind this year's instalment, confirming that the summer celebration will be headlined by Tokyo Police Club.
Event planners for the fest, which runs July 4 to 6 at Sudbury's Bell Park, revealed in a press release today (April 15) that the Ontario indie rock outfit will be bringing songs from their recent Forcefield LP and more to the main stage on the first day of activities.
The full roster of talent being brought out for Northern Lights will be delivered on April 22, but it's also been revealed up front that folk unit the Strumbellas will also participate in the outdoor concert event. They're booked to play July 6. Local acts Patrick Wright et les Gauchistes and Jazz Paradis will also perform, having won their respective slots through Northern Lights Festival Boréal's annual competition event.
Advance passes for the festival are up for sale now at a couple of different price points. A three-day pass will cost students $60, with the regular admission pass totalling $85. You can find out more info on the ticketing over here.