Published Jan 08, 2020Northern Lights Festival Boréal will return to Sudbury, ON, this summer from July 9 to 12, and organizers have revealed the first round of performers set to play their 2020 edition.
The festival has revealed that Canadian power-pop outfit the New Pornographers will headline the festival's July 9 programming, while American folk icon Judy Collins will close out the fest's main stage on July 12.
Additionally, organizers announced that Austin singer-songwriter Gurf Morlix, Australian bluesman Lloyd Spiegel, Toronto-based outfit Moskitto Bar and Sudbury's Carden Cove will also perform.
A press release notes that over 30 acts have yet to be announced, while also promising further details on the festival's "visual arts activities, artisans and vendors, food offerings, creative family activities, after-hours club shows and more."
Full festival passes are currently available at an earlybird rate, ahead of a price increase on January 10. Passes can be purchased online or in-person at Jett Landry Music and Old Rock Coffee.
Further ticketing information can be found through the fest's official website.
Learn more about Northern Lights Festival Boréal through Exclaim!'s Canadian Music Festival Profiles.