The Hillside Festival has revealed the lineup for its 30th anniversary bash this summer.
The event takes place July 26 to 28 at Guelph Lake Island.
Musical performers are: Akron/Family, AroarA, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Dawn McCarthy, The Boo Radley Project, Brown Bird, The Darcys, Diamond Rings, The Do Good Assassins, The Dunwells, Eight and a Half, Escondido, Sarah J. Felker, F****d Up, Ariana Gillis, James Gordon, Jim Guthrie, Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion, Hayden, House of David Gang, House of Velvet, Gregory Hoskins, Indians, Jaipur Kawa Brass Band, July Talk, King Cobb Steelie, Aidan Knight, Kopecky Family Band, Shane Koyczan, Pokey LaFarge, Lee Ranaldo Band, Legato Vipers, Lowest of the Low, Brenda McMorrow, Johnny McLeod & Harri Palm, METZ, Ruth Moody, Sarah Neufeld, Niyaz, Odd Years, Lindi Ortega, The Pack a.d., Poor Man’s Whiskey, Quiet River of Dust, Red Wanting Blue, Reuben and The Dark, Daniel Romano and The Trilliums, The Sadies, Said The Whale, Preetum Sengupta, Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet, Snowblink, The Speakeasies, Stereo Hypnosis, Colin Stetson, The Treasures, Two Hours Traffic, The Walkervilles, Martha Wainwright, The Weather Station, Whitehorse, The Wilderness of Manitoba, World Party, Yamantaka/Sonic Titan, Young Benjamins, Yukon Blonde.
Spoken word performers: Craig Buckles, Erika Gault, Guelph Spoken Word Slam Team 2013, Monique Keisha, Ahmed Knowmadic, Loh El Minstrel, Missing Linx, Sean Warren, Raissa Simone, The Cliffs, The Recipe featuring Emoticon Dawn, Dinah Thorpe, Up from the Roots Poetry Slam Team 2013, Rachel Wiley.
In the children’s area are: Funky Mamas, HEY KIDS, Tim Holland and the Puppet Tamer, Makin Faces, Seussical the Musical, Splash N Boots.
Tickets are on sale May 4 at 10 a.m. at www.ticketbreak.com, by calling 1-866-943-8849 or in person at The Bookshelf on Quebec Street and the Hillside office (May 4 only) on Woolwich Street.