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Canadian Music Week Announces Next Wave of Artists

By: Staff –

Canadian Music Week 2017

Canadian Music Week has announced the next wave of artists for the 2017 edition of the festival. Newly added performers include double platinum rock icon Melissa Etheridge, Toronto’s indie-rock mainstays Hollerado, along with the city’s critically acclaimed rising stars Charlotte Day Wilson, Weaves, and Greys, Montreal’s electronic-punk outfit Duchess Says, and the new psychedelic-jazz collaboration from composer/producer Toro Y Moi, Chaz Bundick Meets Mattson 2. The SiriusXM House will land at The Great Hall, packed with two nights of music including a special headlining set on Saturday with Canadian Country act High Valley.

Please see below for full list of new additions and stay tuned for further updates. This year’s festival is set to take place April 18 – 23 at participating venues across downtown Toronto.

Next Wave of Artists:
Charlotte Day Wilson (*Co-presented with Live Nation, tickets available here).
Chaz Bundick Meets Mattson 2
Duchess Says
Freak Heat Waves
High Valley
Julia Jacklin
Madeline Merlo
Melissa Etheridge
River Town Saints

Ticket Info 
Tickets are now available with GA wristbands on-sale for $75, with the “Explorer +” wristband on-sale for $150, which includes priority access to all official CMW club series venues, plus entry to the CMW Concert Series to experience marquee headline shows at Toronto’s best concert venues.


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