The Kingsville Folk Music Festival has released the poster and complete lineup for its 2017 festival. Featuring headliners such as Cowboy Junkies, Sylvia Tyson, Jimmy Rankin and Harry Manx, the fourth annual version of the festival takes place at Lakeside Park in Kingsville from August 11 – 13, 2017.
The complete lineup of more than 30 artists also includes Dirty Dishes, Steve Poltz, Benjamin Dakota Rogers, Christine Lavin, Trad Attack, So Long Seven, Durham County Poets, Madison Violet, Thunderwuude, Brother Sun, Ariana Gillis and Kevin Breit, Turbo Street Funk, Karen Morand, Dave Gunning and JP Cormier, Harrow Fair and Pat Temple. Artists will perform over three days on five different stages.
The festival also includes Todd Crowley’s Musical Petting Zoo, children’s activities, family activities a pancake fair and more. Local spotlight artists include Francine LeClair, Max Marshall, Denis Bastarache, Martha Renaud and The Fontaines.
Named as a Tourism Event of the Year finalist at the 2015 Ontario Tourism Awards, the three-day, ticketed outdoor festival is a celebration of all styles of folk music. Lakeside Park, located in Kingsville, is a picturesque setting for the weekend.
Tickets range from $40 for evening passes to $95 for complete festival weekend passes. Save $15 on weekend passes by ordering early bird tickets before May 1. For more information, accommodation packages and the full line-up please visit www.kingsvillefolkfestival.org.