Spring Reverb Music Festival 2023

This year’s 2023 Kingston Ontario Spring Reverb music festival is taking place from June 1-4, promises to continue Kingston’s music legacy with an exciting lineup of live music and panels.

On Thursday, June 1, you can catch some of the best local hip hop at The Broom Factory, featuring Keaton with 92Rare and Almond Milk. Meanwhile, The Mansion will showcase Fucked Up with Automatic Joy and Monach, and The Ale House will feature Kingston’s Oakridge Ave. with guests, Texas King, The Codas, and Nice On. Over at The Toucan, you can enjoy local singer-songwriter Lauren Carson with guests, The Mill•Rights, and JukeBox County.

Friday, June 2, is packed with even more musical talent, including emerging pop at The Broom Factory with Deseronto’s Ryland James and guests, Tyendinaga’s Noelle and Vikki Minor (f.k.a. Velours). The Spire will host an indie pop showcase featuring Oshawa’s JUNO Award-winning Dizzy, Kingston’s Luella, Housewife (f.k.a. Moscow Apartment), and Taylor Adams. Detroit’s Electric Six will bring some garage and indie rock to The Mansion, along with Kingston’s Justin Bird & The Thorns of Venus and The Astros. The Grad Club will feature dance and synth-pop with Toronto’s Moon King, Lee Paradise, DJ Juno, and DJ LK, while The Toucan will showcase local indie artists Justin Bird & The Thorns of Venus with Reckless & Banded and Luscious.

Saturday, June 3, will start with a singer-songwriter showcase at Musiikki Café featuring Greg MacPherson, Kingston’s Evan Jackson, Megan Hamilton, and Jon McLurg. Next Church will host local alt-folk and roots with Piner and guests, The Gertrudes. The Broom Factory will present Kingston’s Gord Sinclair with special guest, local award-winning singer-songwriter Julia Finnegan, followed by an indie pop showcase at Musiikki Café with Mint Simon, Montreal’s Fraud Perry, and Bells Larsen. The Mansion will feature Status/Non-Status with guests, Zoon, Good Fortune, and Kingston’s FASTFAST, while The Ale House will showcase indie rock with Kingston’s The Wilderness and guests, New Friends, Hotel Mira, and The Backsteps. Finally, The Toucan will bring experimental alt-rock with Cam Kahin and guests, Kingston’s KaKaow and The Winter In Canada.

On Sunday, June 4, the festival will close out with outdoor entertainment at The Mansion’s patio with Kingston’s Savage Family Band and guest Jen Calder. Inside The Mansion’s Living Room, you can enjoy live punk rock with Belvedere, All The Time Everywhere, Haters, and Kingston’s Master Nate & The Reprobates.

Get ready to immerse yourself in an unforgettable experience that will make you fall in love with the vibrant music scene of historic Kingston, Ontario! With just $65, you can get your hands on a pass that will grant you entry to every venue during the four-day Spring Reverb music festival, from June 1st to the 4th.

That’s right! For an unbeatable price, you’ll have the chance to explore every nook and cranny of this beautiful city while enjoying the best live music performances from emerging local artists and renowned headliners. Take a stroll downtown and hop from one venue to another, discovering new talents and connecting with fellow music lovers.

With your pass, you’ll also receive exclusive Spring Reverb merchandise and access to additional shows and events that will be announced leading up to the festival. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience the magic of Kingston’s music scene at its finest. Get your pass now and get ready for four unforgettable days of non-stop music, fun, and adventure!
Please note that some venues are small, so admission is not guaranteed.
If there’s a show you absolutely need to see, we recommend arriving early with your pass, or buying a ticket to ensure your spot.

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