Published May 29, 2018Supercrawl will take over downtown Hamilton once again — this time celebrating the free festival's 10th anniversary. To mark the milestone, the fest is bringing back plenty of past performers, as well as up-and-coming artists from the local community and beyond.
Lights, Wintersleep, Owen Pallett, Cadence Weapon, the Dirty Nil and Elliott Brood will each perform headlining sets during the event, which this year runs from September 13 to 16.
The rest of the roster is rounded out by a long list of acts, including Basement Revolver, Bonjay, Buddah Abusah, Canadian Winter, Ben Caplan, Cootes Paradise, William Crighton, Crybaby, Duchess Says, John Ellison, the Elwins, Jeremy Fisher Jr., the Fuddles, Hamilton Blues All-Stars (featuring Rita Chiarelli, Tim Gibbons, Darcy Hepner, Harrison Kennedy, Jesse O'Brien, Brant Parker, Alfie Smith, Steve Strongman, and Trickbag), Hamilton Children's Choir, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra with the Altobeelays, Hamilton Youth Steel Orchestra, Hollerado, Iskwe, the Kents, King Park, Language Arts, Lava Dolls, Lone Rhu, Shanika Maria, Mississippi Bends, Mount Farewell, Willie Nile, Nyssa, Lindi Ortega, the Pack A.D., Partner, Fred Penner & the Cat's Meow, Poesy, Rexford Drive, Royal Seas, Shade, Slowcoaches, Suuns, Ian Thomas, Michelle Titian, Weaves and Sam Weber.
In its 10th year, the festival has expanded to a four-day event, with performers for the Thursday (September 13) kickoff event expected to be announced in July.
For full festival information and updates, check out the official Supercrawl website.