World Electronic Music Festival Adds Rockers

Published: 2006-05-25
Canadian indie rockers Broken Social Scene, Pilate, and Mobile are set to headline the World Electronic Music Festival

Taking place over three days, July 21-23 at Trudeau Park in Tweed, Ontario the festival will also feature some of the best techno and electronic music from all over the world including John '00' Fleming, Anne Savage, Thrillseekers and Chris Liberator.

Featuring six stages with 250 performers the festival in its eleventh year may be the last one of the annual bash.

The Cutting Edge Stage will feature the Edge 102.1 artists like Broken Social Scene, Mobile, Pilate, controller.controller, the Marble Index, Magneta Lane and the Meligrove Band. Trance, Techno, Drum and Bass music will also be featured on different stages.

The all ages show will also feature a New Talent Stage where musicians can send in demos to potentially play the festival themselves instead of just sitting back and watching. Though DJs and live electronic bands will obviously be able to sign up, the best garage bands from around the globe will also have the opportunity.

The good ol' fashioned campgrounds for festival goers will feature free firewood for campsite bonfires, a private beach with lifeguards, a wide range of food vendors and increased 24 hour patrols by rangers. A shuttle bus services from Toronto will also be available for the weekend.

Two and three day packages are available at

Writer: Michelle Garcia



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