Every September, the award-winning Supercrawl festival brings a mix of the city’s finest music, art, fashion, performance, food and culture to the streets of downtown Hamilton.
Supercrawl is a free, three-day outdoor music and arts festival that showcases the cultures, businesses and creative people in Hamilton’s downtown core.
Headliners at Supercrawl 2017, the festival’s ninth annual edition, will include the Sheepdogs, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Sam Roberts Band, PUP, John K. Samson and Tanya Tagaq.
Other acts performing include (in alphabetical order): The Acorn, Art Pop Ensemble, Bill & the Art Crawlers,Jessiebowermusic, BROS, Basia Bulat, Dearly Beloved, Dan Edmonds, Family of Things, Groovemachine, Jordan Haller, Hamilton Children's Choir, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Hamilton Youth Steel Orchestra, Harrison, Harrow Fair, Hello Harvard, Holy Data, Jambassadors, Julie & The Wrong Guys, The Kents, KROY, Letters to Lions, Lone Rhu, The Medicine Hat, Megative, Mother Tareka, Mountain of Wolves, Persons, Kelly Prescott, Poor Nameless Boy, Rarity, Reader, Ginger St. James, Andy Shauf, Skirt Check, Steve Strongman Music, The Vaudevillian, Voodoo Glow Skulls, White Cowbell Oklahoma, Thompson Wilson, and Donovan Woods.
Supercrawl will also be collaborating with partner venues Mills Hardware, This Ain't Hollywood, Club Absinthe and Mulberry Street Coffeehouse to program even more great music in the week leading up to Supercrawl. A second announcement of musical headliners, supporting acts and ticketed shows, as well as the festival’s second annual Labour Day concert collaboration with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, will be revealed in July 2017. Further lineup reveals (such as art, fashion, vendors, food trucks, family, circus spectacle, talks and after-parties) as well as schedule information will follow in the weeks leading up to the festival.