Kitchener’s KOI Music Festival: Let’s Go Into the Parking Lot

Not very far from Toronto, Kitchener holds an annual concert called KOI Fest. This year’s event has a great addition. KOI Fest At The Parking Lot is, not so surprisingly, held in a parking lot at Kitchener’s Centre In The Square.

In conjunction with the announce of a new initiative called The Parking Lot, giving Centre In The Square the ability to transform our outdoor space into a festival venue, we are excited to announce a new collaboration with KOI Music Festival called KOI Fest At The Parking Lot.
Showcasing 14 bands, including headliner Sam Roberts Band, KOI Fest At The Parking Lot is an exciting addition to the local festival scene.

This event is being held on Saturday, June 25th and has a spectacular lineup featuring Sam Roberts, Tokyo Police Club, The Strumbellas and many more. There’s also a free stage. It will be worth the short drive.

Here’s the full lineup:

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9.15PM – SAM ROBERTS BAND
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7.45PM – TOKYO POLICE CLUB
6.35PM – THE STRUMBELLAS
5.25PM – HANNAH GEORGAS

4.30PM – Ria Mae

3.30PM – The Elwins

2.30PM – Ivory Hours

1.30PM – Poor Young Things

12.30PM – Navigate The Sky

 

STAGE B – FREE

4PM – Kalle Mattson

3PM – Highs

2PM – Le Trouble

1PM – Nine Times Over 

12PM – To The Trees

For more information and tickets, go here.

Larry Lootsteen

Music is life and I love to write about all things music. Independent music blogger. Writer in general. I am a big fan of alternative and indie music but there's no genre I haven't found something to like.

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