In a few weeks, Springtide Music Festival will take over downtown Uxbridge with 70+ musical acts in 17 venues in and around Brock Street. Wristbands are going fast, but there are still single-day wristbands for Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27 available.
Click here for the full 2019 lineup, and watch for these local standouts when planning your weekend!
Future History plays the outdoor mainstage at The Second Wedge Brewing Co. at 4 pm Saturday, April 26 with tracks from their brand new album release ‘For’, recorded and mixed by Nyles Spencer at Tragically Hip’s Bathouse Studios.
Haunting music accompanied by intellectual, heart-wrenching lyrics, Future History create songs that are honest and intensely personal, yet pleasing to the masses. With an experimental alt-rock sound that takes the listener beyond the trappings of their own mind, Future History refuse to conform to anything but an honest, passionate approach to their craft.
Unique ukulele and voracious vocals are just the beginning with CROW‘s blend of folk-infused indie rock. Ethereal or anthemic, traditional or experimental, CROW never ceases to surprise and impress their audiences. They’ve opened for the likes of Lindy, Bry Webb (of the Constantines), and Elliot Brood, and will grace festival-goers with two sets this year.
Don’t miss CROW at 8 pm on Friday, April 26 for an intimate set at Nexus Coffee, and at 2 pm on Saturday, April 27 on the outdoor stage at The Second Wedge Brewing Co.
Whitney Ross-Barris is a jazz singer and songwriter who performs regularly around Toronto. In and amongst a varied career in live theatre, Whitney has released three jazz albums and has appeared as a guest singer and lyricist on two additional jazz recordings – notably, The Art of Breath: Volume One, by John MacMurchy. Her most recent self-titled album with The Bright Lunch Trio was released late last year and features all-original music written by herself and guitarist Nathan Hiltz.
We’re excited to have Whitney Ross-Barris join the lineup at Hobby Horse Arms on Saturday, April 27 at 9 pm.