Latest Additions to Canadian Music Fest 2013

Coheed and Cambria will play Canadian Music Fest.

Coheed and Cambria will play Canadian Music Fest this spring

The longest running and largest festival in Canada added even more artists to Canadian Music Fest (March 19-24, 2013). The final tally will end up around 1,000 artists playing over 60 venues in downtown Toronto. Entry to most shows is via the hallowed wristband — see the official site for more details on purchasing.

Some of the highlights from the latest lineup announcement:

Coheed and Cambria w/ A Place To Bury Strangers, and Mockingbird Wish Me Luck | Thursday, March 21 | Sound Academy
(In association with Live Nation)

CHVRCHES w/guests | Wednesday, March 20 | Virgin Mobile Mod Club
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

SUUNS w/Savages and more | Saturday, March 23 | Lee’s Palace
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

Hunter Valentine | Wednesday, March 20 | Great Hall
(In association with Union Events & Proud FM)
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

Colin James w/guests | Wednesday, March 20 | Lee’s Palace
*On sale now

Two Hours Traffic, Rah Rah and more | Thursday March 21 | Lee’s Palace
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

Javelin w/Raleigh Moncrief | Thursday, March 21 | Parts & Labour
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

An evening with Pavlo | Saturday, March 23 | Virgin Mobile Mod Club
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

Matt Dusk w/Florence K | Saturday, March 23 | Randolph Theatre
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

Ron Sexsmith w/guests | Friday, March 22 | Randolph Theatre
*On sale Friday January 18, 2013

Here’s the rest of the newly added artists:

A Primitive Evolution (Canada)
After Four (Canada)
Amanda Davids (Canada)
Amity Beach (Canada)
Amos The Transparent (Canada)
Andy Brown (Canada)
As I Lay Dying (USA)
Ásgeir Trausti (Iceland)
Ashley Fayth (United Kingdom)
AyOH (USA)
Bad Captain (Canada)
Bangs & Blush (Canada)
Ben Caplan (Canada)
Bend Sinister (Canada)
Blackguard (USA)
Bleachers (Canada)
Boats (Canada)
Cardinals (Canada)
Church (Canada)
Cold Capital (Canada)
Cousin (Canada)
Dear Rouge (Canada)
Debbie Reifer (Barbados)
Delorentos (Ireland)
Denis Chang Manouche Quartet (USA)
Digging Roots (Canada)
Dj Blaster (Canada)
Eagleson (Canada)
Emma Louise (Australia)
Erik Lind & The Orchard (Canada)
Facts (Canada)
Fields of Green (Canada)
Fire and Neon (Canada)
Fire/Works (Canada)
First Rate People (Canada)
FJAZZ (USA)
For Today (USA)
Formalists (Canada)
Friends Of Emmet (USA)
Goodbye Friday (USA)
Groenland (Canada)
Ian Sherwood (Canada)
Intergalactic Lovers (Belgium)
Irene Torres & The Sugar Devils (Canada)
J Allen (USA)
James and Blackburn (Canada)
Janie (Canada)
Jason & the Diatonics (Canada)
Jason Hastie (Canada)
Jeannie Gagne (USA)
Jeff Loomis (USA)
Joelle (Canada)
Johna (Germany)
July (Canada)
Justin Dubé (Canada)
KASHKA (Canada)
Kieran Strange (Canada)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (Australia)
Kink Ador (USA)
Last of the Bandits (Canada)
Little Stella (Canada)
Live How You Live (Canada)
Lucy Rose (UK)
Luke McMaster (Canada)
Lusine (USA)
Medallions (Canada)
Melissa Lauren (Canada)
Meredith Shaw (Canada)
Mia Praught (Canada)
Mise en Scene (Canada)
Mockingbird Wish Me Luck (Canada)
My Excuse (Greece)
Nightbox (Canada)
Oscar Tango (Canada)
Our Friend & The Spiders (Canada)Papermaps (Canada)
Patrice Jegou (USA)
Ponctuation (Canada)
POST (Turkey)
Pull My Strings (Spain)
Reuben and the Dark (Canada)
Revelstoke (Canada)
Riki Knox (Canada)
River Tiber (Canada)
Rock Forest (Canada)
Royal Canoe (Canada)
Ruston Kelly (USA)Saturns (Canada)
Sean Rowe (USA)
Shameem (Australia)
Simon Townsend (USA)
Six Side Die (Canada)
Six60 (New Zealand)
So-So Echo (Denmark)
Soilwork (USA)
Stacey Kaniuk (Canada)
Strangers (Australia)
Sweatshop Union (Canada)
T Riley (Canada)
The Autumn Portrait (Canada)
The Balconies (Canada)
The Beards (Australia)
The Black Fever (Canada)
The Bokononists (Canada)
The Boom Booms (Canada)
The Box Tiger (Canada)
The Browning (USA)
The Cautioneers (Canada)
The Chariot (USA)
The Devil Wears Prada (USA)
The Funk Hunters (Canada)
The Good Ship (Australia)
The IN & OUTS (Canada)
The Noble Thiefs (Canada)
The Revival (Canada)
The StandStills (Canada)
The Strain (Canada)
The Thing Is (Canada)
The Wides (Canada)
This Is Head (Sweden)
Thorunn Antonia (Iceland)
TimeGiant (Canada)
Tom West (Canada)
Triana Park (Latvia)
Trouble & Daughter (Canada)
Ty Baynton (Canada)
Tympanic (Canada)
Unwed Mothers (Canada)
Valleys (Canada)
Wake Owl (Canada)
Weekend Riot Club (Canada)
Wicked Witches (Canada)
Wild Domestic (Canada)
Wretched (USA)
Yardlets (Canada)
YuichiroTokuda’s RALYZZDIG (Japan)
Zoo Legacy (Canada)

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