OTTAWA (CelebrityAccess) – CityFolk music festival organizers today (Aug 29) announced an expanded line-up for this year’s edition of MARVEST.
On September 14th and 15th, 70 acts from across the Ottawa-area will now participate in a series of free live performances set to pop up in a variety of non-traditional venues throughout the city.
Also, new this year––as part of CityFolk’s 25th anniversary celebration––will be a series of ticketed concerts. Ticketed events include: Jack Pine and the Fireon September 7 at St. Giles Church, 729 Bank Street ($10); an acoustic performance by THE TREWSon September 8 at the Fourth Ave. Baptist Church in the Glebe ($25); ‘COUNTRY GEMS’ on Sept. 14 featuring Kelly Prescott, Ball & Chain, and Ali McCormick at St. Giles Church, ($10); and ‘FOLK GEMS’on Sept. 15 with Finest Kind, The Welsh Tornado, James Stephens, MOONFRUITS, Julie Corrigan, and Campbell Woods, also at St. Giles Church ($10).
Full festival line up available below:
A Leverage For Mountains; Adam Ferris; Alexis Neon; All Day Breakfast; Almost Kennedy; Archy The Cockroach; Audrey Saparno; Beats’n Keys; Brad Sucks; Casa Lagarto; Chas Guay; Christine Jakel; Cody Allen; Colibri; Crystalena; Dan Kelly; David daCosta; D.B Cohen; Double Magnum; Dreamshell; dubé; Dylan Holton; Fiddlehead Soup; Fonts; Gentlemen of the Woods; Greathunter; ilvekyo; Joe Brownrigg and the Saturday Nights; Jon Creeden; Jonathan Becker; Josephine Leone; Justin Ralph; Krista Hartman; Kristine St Pierre; Kurtis Adamus; Kyle Burghout; Kyle Ivan; Lake Urmia; Lost to the River; Mabel Beggs; Mosely; Mountain Eyes; Muzzy Legault; Nebraska; Nighttime In Kansas; Nile Groove; No Fly List; No Hits; Old Man Grant; O Neptune; Onionface; Rainwater Whiskey; Rebelle; Remaclara; Renée Landry; ‘Sing Song Party Time’ with Derek McKinley; Sleepy and the Noise; Steve St. Pierre; Still Winter Hills; Sweet Rocket; The Dark Slacks; The Dustbowl Daddies; The Ethics; The Obsidians; The Opposite Point of Life; The Reverb Syndicate; The Vaneglory Farm; Tiffany Schilkie; Ty Hall; and Winchester Warm.
For additional details and ticket info visit: www.cityfolkfestival.com