Guide to the 2009 Wolfe Island Music Festival

Wolfe Island Music Festival: a two-day festival, that comes with a scenic ferry ride to Wolfe Island, overnight camping, small crowds, intimate venues, and loads of local/independent acts. Weekend passes are $35 per person.  The schedule is as follows:

Friday, August 7th
5pm @ The Island Grill (1222 Main St – map) featuring: Bidiniband & The Billie Hollies (progressive, alternative, pop), Shade (alternative, pop, rock), The Gertrudes (ambient, folk), Harbour Sharks (hip hop, dub, funk)
8:30pm @ Town Hall featuring: Sarah Harmer (folk rock, indie, pop), Rocky Roberts (Americana, country, rolk rock), Bahamas (folk rock)
10pm @ The General Wolfe (1237 Main Stmap) featuring: Woodhands (electronica, pop, psychedelic), P.S. I Love U (2-step, bossa nova, breakbeat)

Saturday, August 8th @ Marysville Baseball Diamond
12:30pm – El Skibo
1:15pm – Cherry Chapstick (glam rock)
2pm – Julie Fader (indie, acoustic, zouk)
3pm – $100 (country, Americana, progressive)
4pm – Attack in Black (rock)
5pm – Wintergloves (rock, pop)
6pm – The Rural Alberta Advantage (rock, acoustic)
7pm – Ohbijou (folk rock, pop)
8pm – The D’Urbervilles (rock, pop)
9pm – Busdriver (hip hop, ghettotech)
10pm – Holy Fuck (electronica, rock)

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