AmongMen.com: 8 Must-See Canadian Summer Music Festivals
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
When summer finally hits in the Great White North, it blooms into a music festival paradise. From Osheaga in Montreal to NXNE in Toronto to the folk festivals out West, this land was made for music fans.
Here are some of the key sites where you can catch a wealth of exciting musical acts from June until August:
Fest: NXNE Where: Toronto When: June 10-16th Who: Big Boi, The National, Fucked Up, Calexico, Coeur de Pirate, FLAG, Millencolin, Supersuckers, and a ton more of eclectic, lesser known acts. Cost: A wristband for the entire fest is $60 +tax ( and a guarantee that you don't pay a cover for a show). A priority pass, which gets you a front-of-the-line priority, is $275, and $150 for students. The cost is $30 for a day wristband.
NXNE has been a staple of the TO summertime for almost 20 years. The lineup features well-known acts and emerging artists about to hit it big. Past acts have included The Flaming Lips, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, De La Soul, Broken Social S...
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