Day 8: What a day it’s going to be. Rock fans get a triple bill on the City Stage, and local indie rock collective Loon Choir will be making their long-awaited return to Bluesfest after six years.
Photos of Logic, Ziggy Alberts, Garçons and more from Day 6 of Bluesfest.
Thursday ramps up from the last two days with a slate of acts scheduled in the Barney Danson Theatre in addition to the standard sets on the City, Videotron, and Bluesville stages.
Another summer weekend is here and it is HOT-tawa!
“Two things make us really lucky: one, when we get together, we can still manage to write a few songs, which is nice, since we like writing songs and making records. And people still want to come see us. We don’t take that for granted.”
There were fireworks, pyro, smoke, confetti, and much more on Day 5 of Bluesfest.
When it rains, it pours—or in this case, even if it doesn’t pour, you’ll still have cancelled shows. But while the quantity of music may not be as high today, the quality remains worth checking out.
Now that you’ve had a chance to catch your breath after the first four days of Bluesfest, it’s time to prepare to dive headfirst into another six days of great music. Tuesday will ease you back into it, with a lighter schedule featuring one fewer venue.
Photos from Moscow Apartment all the way to The Glorious Sons on Day 3 of Bluesfest.
Beyond The Killers, there might not seem to be as much to catch your eye. That said, if you give these bands a listen, you might discover some new favourites.
An interview with The Glorious Sons (9:30pm headliners) and roundup of the unmissable shows on Day 3 of Bluesfest.
Yungblud stole the show on Day 2 of Bluesfest
The local highlights and unmissable shows on Day 2 of Bluesfest.
CHVRCHES, Alt-J, Nao, U.S. Girls, The Eagle River Singers, plus Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul made it into Apt613’s Day 1 photo gallery.
Apt613’s day planner, Spotify playlist, and an interview with CHVRCHES’s Martin Doherty.