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‘On The Bay’ festival: 2 days of free music at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park

The organizers of Hamilton’s biggest arts and music festival revealed details of a two-day free festival set for Bay Front Park in early October.

“On The Bay” will be a two-day music event happening Oct. 8 and 9 with headliners Tim Baker (Hey Rosetta!), Death from Above 1979, The Halluci Nation and Kiesza.

The outing features a pair of stages with Friday’s sets beginning at 6 and running until about midnight. Saturday will run from noon to midnight.

The gathering essentially merges Supercrawl-produced programming with music from the Something Else! Festival.

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Additional performers are expected to be announced in the lead up to the event, which will run rain or shine.

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Tickets are available now and attendance will be limited to just 15,000 per day with advance registration through supercrawl.ca

The event requires pre-registration, but attendees can also purchase reserved all-day distanced seating in a front-of-stage VIP area featuring a licensed bar and prime sight lines.

In accordance with provincial legislation, all ticket holders ages 12 and up will be required to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19, as well as matching government-issued ID.

Friday October 8 - 6pm-12am

EAST STAGE

THE HALLUCI NATION

KIESZA

WILLIE WATSON

WEST STAGE

SAM NEWSOME QUARTET

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THE WOODSHED ORCHESTRA

Saturday October 9 -12pm-12am

EAST STAGE

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979

MONOWHALES

SAPPHYRE POISON DRAG XTRAVAGANZA

TIM BAKER

TERRA LIGHTFOOT

KOTEK

WEST STAGE

ESCHATON

FISHER/FURLONG/GENNARO

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BRASS KNUCKLE SANDWICH

OCHS-ROBINSON DUO

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