Hamilton’s renowned music and arts festival all set to take over James St. N.
Published August 24, 2023 at 9:53 pm
Hamiltonians can now end their summer right as the Supercrawl music and arts festival is gearing up for its fifteenth season.
Running from Sept. 8- 10, Supercrawl is a three-day festival that transforms James St N. into a hub of creativity, offering its attendees an opportunity to immerse themselves in a mix of music, arts, food, and entertainment.
For this special milestone year, festival-goers can anticipate a lineup that’s brimming with excitement, with a little something for everyone.
This year’s music lineup has acts such as Broken Social Scene, BADBADNOTGOOD, Rita Chiarelli & Sweet Loretta, Raine & Chantal, and The Flatliners.
Art enthusiasts will witness various visual and performance artists throughout the weekend, including a residency from Corpus Dance Projects titled “La Bulle.”
Supercrawl will also have a large selection of culinary offerings, with around 50 food trucks, a beer garden, and numerous cafes, bars, and restaurants lining up at James St. N.
Since its inception in 2009, Supercrawl has evolved from a single-day event to a multi-day festival with attendance growing steadily from 3,000 to over 275,000.
For information on tickets and how to get to the event, head to Supercrawl’s website.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising