Wavelength Music Festival celebrated it’s 17th year this past weekend in Toronto, Ontario. From February 17-19, an eclectic mix of artists took to The Garrison each night to spread their infectious music and positive vibes.
Saturday night’s (February 18) show, co-presented by Kazoo! Fest and Gladeye, featured performances from heavy rockers WHOOP-Szo, Québecois jazz-punk outfit FET.NAT, local lofi group Fake Palms and Canadian classic Julie Doiron performing with Julie & The Wrong Guys.
Each act left it’s own, unique mark on the hazy stage and was packed with the right amount of energy to encapsulate the crowd in their own worlds. Wavelength lives up to all of the hype, effectively creating a dynamic yet comfortable feeling of community. Stay tuned for news on the forthcoming, annual Camp Wavelength this summer.
See above for Benjamin Bush’s photography from the night.