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Lineup announced: Finger Eleven, Aaron Pritchett to play New Music Fest

Also on the agenda is The Glorious Sons and River Town Saints
Big Wreck closed out New Music Fest in 2015. This year, Aaron Pritchett, Finger Eleven, The Glorious Sons and River Town Saints will take the stage.

The 10th annual Budweiser New Music Fest will be held at Bell Park, Sudbury, Sept 15-16. 

The 2017 lineup features performances by Aaron Pritchett, Finger Eleven, The Glorious Sons, River Town Saints with more to be announced. 

New Music Fest originated in Barrie, which organizers have since produced in Barrie, London and Sudbury.

This year marks the 10th annual for the event, being solely produced in Sudbury in 2017.

“We found Sudbury to be a great home for the annual festival,” sadid festival director Paul Fairley. “Since 2012, we’ve been very pleased with the support and patron response the festival has received from the community. It’s very exciting for us to be hosting our 10th annual here in Sudbury.”

Early-bird festival tickets are now on sale and are available at Lockerby Confectionery (1513 Paris St.) and online at

For vendor and sponsorship info, email [email protected]

New Music Fest is in support of the Sudbury Food Bank.

Patrons who drop off non-perishable food (or cash) donations for the Food Bank at Lockerby Confectionery between now and the festival will be entered to win a VIP meet and greet with a festival artist of their choice.

Patrons who bring non-perishable food (or cash) donations to the event gates between 5-8 p.m. both days will also be entered to upgrade their tickets to VIP with artists meet and greets that evening

Artists who have performed with New Music Fest in the past include Big Wreck, Monster Truck, The Tea Party, USS, Ian Thornley, Classified, July Talk, The Glorious Sons, Moist, Tim Hicks, Mother Mother, Kira Isabella, Scott Weiland, Down With Webster, The Trews, Big Sugar, Treble Charger, The Reason, illScarlett, Steph Lang, The Balconies, Arkells, Young Empires, Crash Karma, One Bad Son and a long list of Canada’s hardest working indie bands and musicians.


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