CBC Music Festival Reveals 2018 Lineup with July Talk, A Tribe Called Red, Charlotte Day Wilson
Rural Alberta Advantage, Northern Touch All-Stars, Yukon Blonde, Busty & the Bass, the Jerry Cans, Milk & Bone and more will also perform
Published Mar 20, 2018The CBC Music Festival will return to Toronto this spring for its sixth instalment. The one-day outdoor festival will take place on May 26 at RBC Echo Beach in Toronto, and organizers have just unveiled the lineup for the 2018 edition.
July Talk will headline the event, preceded by performances from A Tribe Called Red, Charlotte Day Wilson, Rural Alberta Advantage, Northern Touch All-Stars, Yukon Blonde, Busty and the Bass, the Jerry Cans, Milk & Bone, Fortunate Ones, Boogat, Logan Staats, Johhny Balik, Ammoye, Midnight Shine, Caveboy and 2018 CBC Searchlight winner Aquakulture.
Tickets for the event will be available via presale this morning (March 20) at 10 a.m. EDT until Thursday (March 22) at 10 p.m. EDT. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday (March 23) at 10 a.m. EDT. Passes are $39.50, and kids under 12 can get in free with any adult ticketholder.
If you can't make it out to the festival in person, the day-long event will also be streaming via CBCmusic.ca, as well as CBC Music's Facebook and YouTube pages.
For full festival information and updates check out the official CBC Music Festival website.