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CBC Music Festival Announces 2017 Lineup

By: Staff –

CBC Music Festival 2017

The CBC Music Festival today announced its return to Echo Beach in Toronto on Saturday, May 27th.

Celebrating its fifth year, the festival will proudly showcase an all-Canadian lineup featuring co-headliners Serena Ryder and Walk Off The Earth. The day promises many more talented acts including Keys N Krates, Ruth B, Scott Helman, Bobby Bazini, Austra, BROS, William Prince, Sarah Slean, Alx Veliz, IsKwé, RALPH, Valley and the 2017 CBC Searchlight winner. More updates will be revealed in the weeks leading up to the festival.

Pre-sale tickets will be offered through CBCMusic.ca/festival on Tuesday, February 28 from 10 a.m. ET to Thursday, March 2 at 10 p.m. ET. The first 300 orders via the CBC pre-sale will receive a CBC toque. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 3 at 10 a.m. ET through Ticketmaster, with general admission passes going for $39.50 +fees. Children 12 and under enjoy free entry.

Produced by Live Nation, the CBC Music Festival will bring a diverse roster of artists from across Canada to Toronto for a one-day event for music lovers of all ages. In between performances, concert-goers can explore a variety of onsite entertainment and savor culinary delights from various local vendors.

This year’s festival will be streamed live on cbcmusic.ca and via Facebook and YouTube. For more information on the pre-sale and the festival, please visit cbcmusic.ca/festival and follow along on social media using #CBCMusicFest.

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