Dan Mangan, Tim Baker, the Sadies to Headline Hillside Homeside 2021
Steven Page, Dizzy, Lex Leosis, I M U R, Cots and more will also perform during the virtual festival
Published Jul 13, 2021Guelph's Hillside Festival is going virtual again this year, and today, organizers have announced its stacked lineup.
Taking place online from July 23 to 25, the free Hillside Homeside festival will see performances by the Sadies, Ada Lea, AHI, Chippy Nonstop, Chris Brown and Kate Fenner, Classic Roots, Clay & Friends, Clerel, Cots, Dan Mangan, Dizzy, Ghettosocks (Northern Lights Festival Boreal), I M U R, Jaffa Road, Kaia Kater, Kora Flamenca, Lex Leosis, Logan Staats, Nathan Lawr, Nefe, Nohe & Sus Santos, Ouri, Postcards from Scotland, Saba Yazdanpanah, Steven Page, the Johnnys, Hey Rosetta!'s Tim Baker, Verese Vassell Bowen, Vivalda NDula, and Wesli.
In addition to this year's performers, past Hillside performers — including Basia Bulat, Daniel Lanois, Nels Cline, Elaquent, Royal Canoe and Hey Rosetta! — will appear as part of the festival's "Now & Then" interview series.
As always, the festival will also feature music, dance, art, literary readings, spoken word, educational workshops, children's activities and collaborative musical jams as part of its programming.
The virtual events will be streaming at Hillside's YouTube channel and Hillside's website from July 23 to 25 only.
Watch the announcement trailer below.