Coming up in Toronto: Wavelength Summer Thing free concert series


Toronto’s Wavelength‘s SummerSeries is set to take place at Trillium Park, Ontario Place from August 18th to 20th inclusive. The festival showcases local, up-and-coming talent and celebrates live music, art, food, drink, and community.

Since its inception in 2000 this artist-run non-profit has been focusing on hosting free and affordable live music showcases shining a spotlight on the lesser knows performers from across the GTA and beyond. Wavelength Summer Thing will showcase a diverse and inclusive lineup of artists curated by Anishinaabe musician/composer Daniel Monkman (of moccasin-gaze band Zoon and JUNO-nominated rock band Ombiigizi) that will encompass hip-hop, R&B, electronic, and indie music in this celebration of togetherness by the waves.

Friday, August 18
Lex Leosis (Toronto // high-energy hip-hop with a live band, ex-The Sorority)
Sebastian Gaskin (Toronto // soulful Cree R&B singer-songwriter)
TLO+Estyr (Toronto // indie R&B pop duo, member of Tiger Balme)
Doors 7 pm

Saturday, August 19
Gustaf (Brooklyn, NY // mischievous dance-punk, Royal Mountain Records)
Kat Duma (Toronto // ethereal nighttime electronica, ex-Kaade)
Crasher (Montreal // surrealist electro-punk, ex-Doldrums)
Lee Paradise (Toronto // gritty, bouncy cyborg funk, member of Phèdre & Hooded Fang, Telephone Explosion Records)
Doors 6 pm

Sunday, August 20
Status/Non-Status (London, ON // anthemic Anishinaabe-Canadian indie psych folk, You’ve Changed Records)
Love Language (Montreal // Anishinaabe-fronted heartfelt lo-fi indie-rock)
Sunnsetter (Norfolk, ON // summery shoegaze soundscapes, Paper Bag Records)
Doors 3 pm

Curated by Daniel Monkman (Zoon, Ombiigizi)

FREE admission + All Ages
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Cover image courtesy of Kat Duma

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