WOLFE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES WINTER BALL 2019 ON MARCH 28 IN TORONTO
THE ELWINS TO HOST SURPRISE ALL-STAR LINE-UP OF PAST & FUTURE FESTIVAL PERFORMERS
Wolfe Island Music Festival is excited to return to Toronto’s Longboat Hall (underneath The Great Hall) for the Wolfe Island Music Festival “Winter Ball” on March 28. The evening will be hosted by pop-rocksters The Elwins and feature a surprise all-star line-up of past and future Wolfe Island Music Festival performers. Tickets will be available this coming Friday from Ticketfly HERE.
Says The Elwins, “So stoked to be hosting the Wolfe Island Winter Ball this year. Wolfe Island is so amazing and have always been so kind to us. We can’t wait to give people a little taste of festival season and also throw in some spoofs and goofs. We have never hosted anything before so you know it’s going be a bop.”
Located where Lake Ontario ends and the St. Lawrence River begins, Wolfe Island is the largest of the world-famous Thousand Islands. Only a twenty-minute ferry ride from Kingston or Cape Vincent, the island acts as a natural boundary between the Canada and the U.S. and is home to a number of fabulous annual events such as The Wolfe Island Music Festival. For more information about Wolfe Island visit www.wolfeisland.com.
Past Wolfe Island Music Festival performers include: Wolf Parade, Sam Roberts Band, Born Ruffians, Elliott Brood, Shad, Joel Plaskett, Stars, Weakerthans, Sarah Harmer, Land of Talk, Partner, Holy Fuck, Plants and Animals, Rheostatics, Alvvays, Young Rival, The Luyas, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Buck 65, Jason Collett, Bahamas, The Sadies, K-OS, Daniel Romano, The Constantines, Bry Webb and The Providers, Hayden, Apostle of Hustle, Matt Mays, Laura Barrett, The Kents, and Deux Trois.