Toronto's Wavelength Music Arts Project Celebrates 11th Anniversary with Woodhands, Grimes, Maylee Todd

Toronto's Wavelength Music Arts Project Celebrates 11th Anniversary with Woodhands, Grimes, Maylee Todd
Toronto's long-running independent music series, Wavelength Music Arts Project, is nearing its 11th anniversary. In that time, the series has racked up hundreds of instalments, and the upcoming anniversary festival will be event number 515. The five-night celebration will run from February 16 to February 20 and will feature performances from Woodhands, Grimes, Hooded Fang, Maylee Todd, Little Girls, Lullabye Arkestra, Minotaurs and more.

The festival is titled simply ELEVEN. Each of the event's five performances will take place at a different venue in Toronto. Shows will be held at Teranga, the Music Gallery, Steam Whistle, the Great Hall and the Garrison.

There are a total of 22 different bands. All of the shows will take place in the evenings, but an announcement on the Wavelength website says, "We're also going to be unveiling some new Anniversary activities, in the form of afternoon workshops and artists' talks, so stay tuned."

The first and last concerts are by donation, and the other three cost $11 each. All-access passes are $33. Tickets and passes go on sale January 18 at Soundscapes and Rotate This. See the full lineup here.