Canada’s Top Late Summer Music Festivals
Source: Pixabay Summer 2018 has seen some spectacular music festivals come and go thus far, but some of the best are yet to come! There are still a number of great festivals taking place across Canada in August, September, and even October, so get your passes because they are selling out fast. If work, distance, or other commitments put these massive events out of reach, fear not! There is plenty of action and foot stompin’ music to be enjoyed at our online casino, and if you fancy yourself a star, you can always give the reels of a game like Karaoke Party a spin!
Taking place August 3-5 in Montreal, QC, Osheaga remains one of Canada’s best-loved festivals. This year’s line-up includes the likes of Travis Scott, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Florence and the Machine, Arctic Monkeys, Tyler, Post Malone, and James Blake. General admission tickets cost $115, while a weekend gold pass will set you back $235.
August 3-5 is also when Sappyfest takes place in Sackville, NB. The annual celebration of indie music will feature the Burning Hell, Dog Day, Julie and the Wrong Guys, and Michael Feuerstack among others in this year’s line-up. Full weekend passes are available for $95.
Also spoiling Canadian festival lovers for choice from August 3-5 is the Riverfront Jubilee in New Glasgow, NS. The not-for-profit event is dedicated to showcasing home-grown artists. July Talk, Matthew Good, Jimmy Ranking, Reeny Smith, and Reuben and the Dark are just some of those performing. Adult passes are being sold at $85.
From August 4-5, Chasing Summer will bring some of the biggest names in EDM and scores of fans to Calgary, AB. RL Grime, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, and Dillon Francis are some of those who promise an epic weekend. Be prepared to shell out $169.95 if you want to see them. Source: Pixabay
4-5 August will be a busy weekend for Martin Garrix and DJ Snake, as they are also due to appear at Veld in Toronto, ON. Among those joining them in the EDM music festival’s 2018 line-up are Marshmello and Migos. A general admission weekend pass will set you back $219.50
From August 10-13, the 21st annual Shambhala will be held at Salmo River Ranch, BC, and its coming-of-age will be celebrated in style. A few of the names to be spotted include A.Skillz, Alix Perez, Dizzee Rascal, Glitch Mob, and Adventure Club. Unfortunately, if you do not already have a ticket, getting one won’t be easy – they are sold out.
Boots and Hearts
From August 9-12, annual hoedown Boots and Hearts comes back to Oro-Medonte, ON. Country music comes to the fore at the event, and among those thrilling attendees will be Thomas Rhett, Alan Jackson, and Florida Georgia Line. If you want to saddle up, you will need to pay $269.99
August 17-19 sees Riverfest Elora return to Elora, ON. What began as a small party in 2009 has grown into a popular and respected occasion that has no trouble attracting artists and bands such as Carly Rae Jepson, Blue Rodeo, and the Flaming Lips. Weekend passes are available for $159. Other music fests on which you do not want to miss out this summer include: Camp Wavelength on August 18-19 in Toronto, ON, and featuring Chad VanGaalen, SUUNS and others; Rifflandia from September 14-17 in Victoria, BC, at which Bishop Briggs, the Zolas, the Passenger, Daniel Caesar, and Jessie Reyez will perform; and Halifax Pop Explosion from October 17-20 in Halifax, NS, where you can see Fat Tony, Gaelynn Lea, Cupcakke, Born Ruffians, and others on stage. Advance tickets are available for $80.