Beloved Hamilton, Ontario festival Supercrawl has announced a free two-day event called On the Bay.
The festival takes place from October 8th to 9th at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park. The lineup features some big names like Tim Baker, the Halluci Nation, Death from Above 1979, Terra Lightfoot, MONOWHALES, and more. In addition to concerts, On the Bay will also feature drag performances. Throughout the festival, there will be food trucks and vendors.
Ticket holders 12 and up will be required to show proof of vaccination alongside photo ID. You can secure a free ticket through supercrawl.ca as of today. On the Bay will be limited to just 15,000 attendees, so you have to register in advance.
Check out the lineup for On The Bay in full below.
JUST ANNOUNCED: Join us at Bayfront Park on Oct 8 & 9 for Supercrawl On the Bay. Catch some amazing talent, vendors, food trucks and more! Head over to https://t.co/gw29EiS8Ek for more info 🌊 pic.twitter.com/ESFU0F3YUf
— Supercrawl (@supercrawl) September 28, 2021
On the Bay also features a VIP area with paid tickets. The event merges Supercrawl-produced programming with music from Zula Presents Something Else! festival. Additional performers and programming are set to be announced in the days leading up to the event.
All festival and ticketholders will have to remain two-metre physical distancing with people outside of their households. Additionally, attendees are required to wear properly fitted face masks except to temporarily eat or drink.
Check out the daily schedule for On the Bay in full below.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 8, 6pm-12am:
THE HALLUCI NATION
SAM NEWSOME QUARTET (New York, NY)
THE WOODSHED ORCHESTRA
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9, 12pm-12am:
DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979
SAPPHYRE POISON DRAG XTRAVAGANZA
BRASS KNUCKLE SANDWICH
OCHS-ROBINSON DUO (San Francisco, CA)
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