Published Jan 07, 2013As has become an annual tradition, Wavelength will be celebrating the anniversary of its long-running concert series with a Toronto festival. Wavelength Music Festival: THIRTEEN will take place in a handful of Toronto venues between February 14 and 17.
Each of the four nights will feature a single show with a stacked bill. Performers include Cadence Weapon, Doldrums, Cookie Duster (led by Broken Social Scene's Brendan Canning), Do Make Say Think, Lullabye Arkestra, Evening Hymns, Sarah Neufeld (of Arcade Fire/Bell Orchestre), Henri Fabergé & the Adorables (a reunion show with Maylee Todd and Laura Barrett), the Magic, Blue Hawaii and more.
See the full schedule right here.
A pass for the entire festival costs $39, and tickets for individual shows will also be available. Tickets go on sale on January 14 through Ticketfly.com, or in stores at Rotate This or Soundscapes.
In addition to announcing the festival, Wavelength is launching its Artist Incubator program, which involves Wavelength working closely with artists to offer collaboration and provide mentorship. Toronto band Fresh Snow will participate in the program; they are among the performers at THIRTEEN.