FRANK TURNER BRINGS AWARD-WINNING LOST EVENINGS FESTIVAL TO TORONTO SEP 19-22, 2024
Frank Turner’s award-winning festival, Lost Evenings, is coming to Canada for the first time on September 19-22, 2024 for its seventh instalment.
Having successfully sold out events in previous years in London, Berlin, Boston and Anaheim, California – the four-day festival will take place at the brand new Theatre at the Great Canadian Casino Resort Toronto. Promoted by Live Nation, the multi-stage event will occupy many rooms of the new venue providing a full programme of live music, panels, workshops and more.
Tickets for Lost Evenings VII are on sale at 10am ET on December 8th 2023 HERE.
Each night of the festival will see a different heaadline show from Frank Turner who over the course of four nights will play over 80 different songs. As is tradition, the opening night on Thursday, September 19 will be an intimate Acoustic Duo show with Matt Nasir and friends; on Friday, September 20 Frank and his band The Sleeping Souls play songs taken from the First Five Albums – Sleep Is For The Week, Love, Ire & Song, Poetry Of The Deed, England Keep My Bones and Tape Deck Heart. On Saturday, September 21 the band will play a punk rock set featuring tracks from the new, not-yet unreleased and highly anticipated album. Then, for the last night on Sunday, September 22 a Greatest Hits Set will close the festivities.
Running concurrently across the weekend will be the second stage named as the Nick Alexander Stage. Named after the merchandise manager and long-time friend of Frank’s, who was tragically killed in the Paris, Bataclan attack in 2015 – the stage plays host to some of the best emerging acts – personally selected by Frank. The full line-up of acts for the two stages will be announced in due course.
Augmenting the evening live performances will be a full programme of additional activities under the banner of ‘Last Minutes’. These include pop-ups, open mic sessions and the Xtra Mile Recordings daytime showcase as well as panels, masterclasses and workshops where leading industry insiders, musicians, experts and music professionals offer insight and advice to audiences. More information to come.
Speaking about Lost Evenings VII, Frank says:
“It’s my favourite time of year again, seems to keep coming around quicker. After a triumphant time in Anaheim this year, I’m pleased and proud to announce that the seventh instalment of my very own Lost Evenings festival will be taking place in Toronto in September 2024. The festival keeps growing, and Toronto is one of my favourite cities in the world, so it’s a perfect match. See you all in the Great White North.”
Weekend passes are available to buy at 10am EST / 3pm GMT / 4pm CET / 7am PST on Friday 8th December 2023 at the link: www.lostevenings.info
Day Tickets will be available at a later date but for now only Weekend Passes are available.
The festival is an all-ages show.
The success of Frank Turner’s Lost Evenings Festival has been built steadily since 2017 as the festival continues to cement its reputation as an event with community and camaraderie at its core. The first two years were held at London’s Roundhouse and surrounding Camden venues, before its international debut at Boston’s House Of Blues in 2019. 2020’s event was due to take place in Berlin but was unfortunately cancelled due to the pandemic. It returned in 2021 to the Roundhouse in London, and finally made it to Berlin Columbiahalle the year after.
All events sold out in advance, with this year’s festival at House Of Blues, Anaheim, California selling out 9 months up front. Crowds packed out all the daytime satellite events, each stage from start to finish and of course coming together each evening to share and rejoice in 4 very different performances from Frank.
Lost Evenings won the AIM Best Independent Festival award in 2017.
Thursday, September 19: Acoustic Duo Set with Matt Nasir
Friday, September 20: Losing Days – The First Five Albums
Saturday, September 21: Hard Core – New Album & Punk Rock Set
Sunday, September 22: Greatest Hits