London-based music festival Grickle Grass returns for an eighth year in 2017, with Hooded Fang, Doomsquad, Un Blonde, Del Bel, Lonely Parade, and more set to perform at London Regional Children’s Museum on Saturday, May 27.
Grickle Grass promises to be a unique event, with additional attractions such as a tree fort, space station, Arctic Tundra, mysterious cave, daytime children’s programming, and a stage beneath the belly of a hanging whale skeleton.
Here’s a look at the complete lineup.
“Once again, Grickle Grass brings together voices from across Canada’s current underground,” artistic director Adam Sturgeon said in a release. “Occurring in a space that lends itself to an awe-inspiringly positive experience, the event is at once world-class and wholly atypical for this community.”
Tickets ($20 Early Bird/ $25 Advance/ $30 Door) available here.
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To date, Grickle Grass has raised and donated nearly $35,000 to both Growing Chefs and the London Regional Children’s Museum. Helping to provide enriching and educational programming for kids, teaching them about the world they live in as well as how to grow food and eat well in it, Grickle Grass is all about creating a vibrant future for our community.