As a result of the Toronto Island closures due to flooding, Camp Wavelength has now become Day Camp in the City. The annual festival will no longer be taking place on Toronto Island for 2017, and will instead move its festivities to downtown’s west end. This means that overnight camping at the event will no longer be accommodated.
Day Camp in the City will offer a mix of ticketed concerts at various local venues, as well as free outdoor shows in unannounced locations. The new itinerary will also include a Camp Cruise, which will be a pre-festival boat cruise on the River Gambler on August 11. Admission to the cruise will be included in all-access festival passes.
Camp Wavelength will be split up into two parts: “Day Camp” and “Night Camp.” Day Camp will be an All Ages event that offers free admission as well as a licensed area. It will take place at an outdoor location that has yet to be announced.
Night Camp will be a 19+ event and will consist of ticketed nighttime shows at The Garrison and the Longboat Hall at The Great Hall on August 18. Admission for Night Camp sits at $24.99 for each show.
Anyone with a Camping Pass will receive a Camp Wavelength 2017 All Access Festival Pass as well as a Wavelength Passport, which will get you into every Wavelength show for the next year for free. Festival-Only Passes will be automatically converted into an All-Access Pass for Day Camp in the City. Those holding a Lodge Pass will be contacted individually for a refund or pass transfer.