Springtide Music Festival Announces Full Lineup

The festival takes place in Uxbridge, ON, from June 9-11.

Manus Hopkins
May 5, 2023

Springtide Music Festival is thrilled to announce the full festival programming for the annual celebration of music and community taking place June 9-11, 2023 in Uxbridge. Springtide Music Festival is a collection of live music shows with 80 acts on 14 stages happening in a variety of venues in the same 2 km strip – restaurants, bars, shops and a brewery beer garden in downtown Uxbridge, Ontario.

Springtide Music Festival will present a fantastic, all-Canadian lineup, with curated showcases that thoughtfully match the venues, including The 12th Man, Alannah Kemp, Allister Bradley, Band Name, Barn Cat, Bella Arwyn, Bernadette Connors, Braden Lam, Brother Maynard, Burs, David Owen, Dawna Marie, deepsix, Eight Five Two, Else Langhans, Else Langhans, Emma Elena Grace, Hannah Stempkowsky & Mallory Maschke, Hungry Lake, Jeff Haynes, Jeye Daye, Johnny Cox, Julia Middleton, Julien Kelland, Just.Jess., Kendall Lily, Matt Gunn, Mia Kelly, Mimi O’Bonsawin, My Father’s Son, NERiMA, Owen Huizenga, Peter Bradley, Rikashay, Saturne & David Tran, Siobhan Bodrug, Stephen Stanley, Tania Joy, and TBD (yup, that’s the name).

Previously announced Springtide Music Festival programming includes AHI at the Uxbridge Legion on June 9; The Sadies, Terra Lightfoot and Aysanabee on the Outdoor MainStage, and Field Guide at the Uxbridge Legion on June 10; and Dizzy on the Outdoor MainStage on June 11.

Springtide Music Festival will also feature Aleksi Campagne, Amanda Rheume, Andrea Ramolo, Band of Weeds, Billianne, Brian Wride, Callahan and the Woodpile, The Django Djunkies, Evangeline Gentle, Ferrport Jazz Ensemble, Hollowsage, Jasmyn, Jeremy Voltz, Jerome Tucker Band, Joni NehRita, Joshua, King Cardiac, Larra Skye, Marshall Veroni, Mattie Leon, Mia Kelly, Mikhail Laxton, Missy Bauman, Nefe, The Pairs, Prospectors Cabin, Rachel Hickey, Sarah Beatty, Sarah Hiltz, Shawna Caspi, The Vaudevillian, Wax Mannequin, Wayne Madder, and Whitney Ross-Barris.

Springtide Music Festival highlights will include: Outdoor MainStage at The Second Wedge Brewing Co. with programming on both Saturday and Sunday; a live music stage at Parish Lanes Ux Bowl with cosmic bowling: Glow-In-The-Dark Fun For Everyone; Curated artist workshop stages; a Kids Zone at The Bridge Social including FREE Youth Bucket Drumming, Songwriting, and Climate Care workshops; a Youth Stage; FREE Acoustic Pop Up Stages; and Festival trolley across 2km stretch of the festival.

Springtide Music Festival has partnered with Music Declares Emergency to bring the climate conversation to festival audiences by sharing knowledge of the intersection of live music and climate action in considering alternate travel to and from the festival to reduce emissions.

The Springtide team will be popping up at the Uxbridge Farmers' Market from May 7 to June 4, with a preview of two Springtide artists performing each Sunday from 10am to 1pm located at The Second Wedge Brewing Co. at 14 Victoria Street, Uxbridge, Ontario.

About Music Declares Emergency: Music Declares Emergency Canada (MDE Canada) is an independent group, created by artists, music industry professionals and organisations concerned at the lack of a cohesive, industry-wide response to the climate emergency. We believe in the power of music to promote the cultural change needed to create a better future.

Launched in 2018, Springtide Music Festival is an incorporated non-profit organization, led by a team of local musicians and business leaders. Springtide is an artist-run, grassroots festival with over 70 artists on Specialty Stages and in partner venues in downtown Uxbridge.

For more information, visit www.springtidemusicfestival.com.

Manus Hopkins

Manus Hopkins is the Assistant Editor of Canadian Musician