Frank Turner Adds the Dirty Nil, Henry Rollins to Inaugural Toronto Lost Evenings Festival

Bedouin Soundclash and NOBRO will also perform at the Great Canadian Casino Resort from September 19–22

BY Megan LaPierrePublished Feb 14, 2024

After previous events in London, Berlin, Boston and Anaheim, prolific singer-songwriter Frank Turner is bringing his Lost Evenings festival to Toronto for its inaugural Canadian edition from September 19 to 22.

UPDATE (2/14, 9:35 a.m. ET): The Dirty Nil, Henry Rollins, Bedouin Soundclash and NOBRO have been announced as support.

"It's my favourite time of year again, seems to keep coming around quicker," Turner shared in a press release. "After a triumphant time in Anaheim this year, I'm pleased and proud to announce that the seventh instalment of my very own Lost Evenings festival will be taking place in Toronto in September 2024. The festival keeps growing, and Toronto is one of my favourite cities in the world, so it's a perfect match. See you all in the Great White North."

The seventh instalment of the fest will take place at the brand new Theatre at the Great Canadian Casino Resort, occupying many rooms of the venue for a full program of events panels, workshops, and, of course, live music.

Turner will play a different headline set each night, beginning with an intimate acoustic duo show with Matt Nasir and friends on September 19. The following evening will see the artist and his band, the Sleeping Souls, perform songs from their first five albums, while Saturday (September 21) features a punk rock show — including unreleased songs from Turner's forthcoming album. Closing night wraps up the festivities with a Greatest Hits set.

Weekend passes go on sale this Friday (December 8) at 10 a.m. ET, with day tickets to become available at a later date. Visit the Lost Evenings website for more information, and stay tuned for additional lineup announcements of emerging acts hand-picked by Turner. 

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