Though they didn’t let a little rain get them down this past summer, organizers behind Toronto’s Wavelength Music Festival are set to take things indoors for their annual flagship event. The 2018 edition will run from February 16 to 18, and the lineup has now been announced.
Topping the bill for the newly rebranded Wavelength Winter Festival are Buke & Gase, Odonis Odonis, Brendan Canning, MI Blue, Freak Heat Waves, Fusilier, You’ll Never Get to Heaven, Tough Age, Obuxum and Joseph Shabason.
All three evenings music will take place at the Garrison. On February 16, Plazas, Obuxum, Bossie and Mi Blue will anchor the first evening alongside a DJ set from Broken Social Scene’s Brendan Canning.
The fest’s second evening (February 17) will bring a glut punk and rock to the stage courtesy Odonis Odonis, Freak Heat Waves, Tough Age, Kurt Marble and Luge, before wrapping things up on February 18 with DIANA sax man Joseph Shabason, You’ll Never Get to Heaven, Fusilier, Omhouse and Buke & Gase.
A festival pass for full access to the three days music will run you $33.33, while individual tickets range from $9.99 to $14.99 in advance.
Concertgoers can also purchase a Wavelength Passport, granting them access to Camp Wavelength 2018 and Wavelength’s monthly show series throughout the year in addition to the Winter Festival.
You can find full ticketing information, as well as detailed day-by-day schedules at the festival’s ficial website.