Springtide Music Festival is back July 21 to 23 bigger and better than ever with a collection live music shows happening in a variety of intimate venues throughout downtown Uxbridge. Venues include restaurants, bars, shops and a brewery beer garden, as well as outdoor spaces.

Bedouin Soundclash will be headlining our Springtide Launch Party at Uxbridge Music Hall on Thursday, July 21. The band has taken their unique blend of folk, electronic, rock, gospel, and more to stages all over the world, performing alongside the likes of No Doubt, Ben Harper, Damian Marley, The Roots, The Interrupters, Gogol Bordello, Bad Brains, Thievery Corporation, and many others. Their 2019 release, “MASS”, has a sophisticated edge that features lush vocals, infectious beats, and in-your-face horns, as well as clever samples and homages throughout. 2022 will see Bedouin Soundclash return with a brand new album on Dine Alone Records. The launch party which will also see performances by Canadian Folk Music Award winner Julian Taylor, and Uxbridge artist Tania Joy, will be a stand-alone event with limited reserved seating, so get your tickets early.

Friday performances include Winnipeg’s Boy Golden, Multiple Juno and Polaris Prize nominated artist Danny Michel, and many more. Headlining the Saturday outdoor main stage at Second Wedge Brewery Co. is 3X Juno Award nominated artist Alysha Brilla, supported by Skye Wallace, Jeremy Fisher, Springtide Youth Stage alumni Housewife (formerly Moscow Apartment), and Toronto’s Goodnight Sunrise.

Springtide Music Festival will also include performances by Abigail Lapell, Band of Weeds, Benj Rowland, Benjamin Dakota Rogers, Bernadette Connors, Brooklyn Doran, Cassie Noble, Emily Rockarts, Housewife, Gravely James, Hollowsage, Hunter Sheridan, John Muirhead, Jerome Tucker Band, Julien Kelland, Kennedy Road, Kevin Ker, Lindy Vopnfjörd, Matt Gunn, Mattie Leon, Spencer Burton, Stephen Stanley Band, Tamara Williamson, and Wooly.

Springtide launch party

Reserved seating at Uxbridge Music Hall on July 21

Friday wristbands

Access to all venues on July 22 (free for kids 12 and under)

Saturday wristbands

Access to all venues on July 23 (free for kids 12 and under)

Weekend wristbands 20 per cent off

Access all venues on July 22 and July 23 (free for kids 12 and under)

Full schedule and ticket info can be found on the website. Tickets held from the 2020 festival will be honoured.

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