Published Apr 17, 2018Hillside Festival will once again return to Guelph Lake Conservation Area in Guelph, ON, from July 13 to 15, and the 2018 lineup of performers has just been announced.
Highlights amongst the list of artists include Destroyer, the Messthetics, RHYE, U.S. Girls, Hollerado, Lido Pimienta, Chad VanGaalen, Cadence Weapon, Partner, Walrus and Hey Rosetta's Tim Baker.
They'll be joined on the bill by the likes of Adrian Underhill, Al Simmons, Anemone, Annie Sumi, Birds of Bellwoods, Cécile Doo-Kingué, Corridor, Cris Derksen Trio, Crown Lands, Daniel Champagne, Djazia Satour, Doris Folkens, Drew McIvor, Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, faUSt, Five Alarm Funk, Fortunate Ones, Haley Heynderickx, Helena Deland, Hollerado, HuDost, the Huntress and Holder of Hands, Iskwé, Jake Clemons, Jeremy Dutcher, Jeremy Fisher, Little Junior, Jess Milton, Jessica Moss, Jessicka, Ken Whiteley, the Kents, Ladama, Lil' Smokies, Lilly Hiatt, Mapache!, Mappe Of, Martin Harley, MEGATIVE, Narcy, nêhiyawak, Plants and Animals, Poor Man's Whiskey, Rev. Sekou, San Fermin, Sarah MacDougall, the Slocan Ramblers, Tamarack, Les Tireux d'Roches, Too Attached and Twelfth Day.
More performers will be announced in the coming months.
UPDATE (June 8, 1:30P.M.): Indigenous electronic outfit A Tribe Called Red have been added to the lineup.
Weekend passes for the festival are currently available for $139. The price will go up to $149 on June 4, and up to $159 on July 2. Single day tickets are also available. For a complete list of ticketing options head here.
For full festival information and updates, check out the official Hillside website.