Wed, Jul 19|
NLFB Sunday After Hours: Léona & TEKE::TEKE
Time & Location
Jul 19, 7:00 p.m. – Jul 20, 7:00 p.m.
Greater Sudbury, 206 Elgin St, Sudbury, ON P3E 3N5, Canada
About the event
Canada's longest, continuously-running, outdoor music fest is back, with a lineup that is simultaneously classic, innovative, and all-around EXCITING! 4 days, 6+ stages, nearly 100 shows, food & craft vendors, NEW red carpet party, family activities & entertainers, outdoor bar, exhibiting visual/installation artists and activities, plus so much more! Join the tradition, and get in on that indescribable "festival feeling"!
Advance pricing is available as passes at nlfb.ca/tickets.
LINEUP & SCHEDULE: www.nlfb.ca/schedule
TEKE::TEKE is a Montreal-based Japanese psych-rock group composed of guitarists Serge Nakauchi Pelletier & Hidetaka Yoneyama, bass player Mishka Stein, drummer Ian Lettre, flutist Yuki Isami, trombone player Etienne Lebel, and visual artist and vocalist Maya Kuroki.
Lèona is Franco-ontarian singer-songwriter Marie-Claire Cronier's stage name. Her style, which mixes ya-ya, garage and psychedelic rock in a retro-futuristic package, offers sensual grooves that implies compulsory dancing. Her songs, immersed in a pictorial universe where the animal kingdom takes over human stupidity, takes the listener on a real cosmic journey. Her most recent micro-album entitled Canons d'amour, co-produced with Beno`t Parent and Alexandre Larin, was released in the spring of 2022 on the independent label Bonbonbon.
Full Festival Passes are currently available online at nlfb.ca/tickets. For more information visit nlfb.ca or leave a message with the office at (705) 674-5512.
Northern Lights Festival Boréal would like to thank our partners, including but not limited to, United Steel Workers Local 6500, PSB Speakers, Muskoka Brewery, NOHFC, Ontario Creates, City of Greater Sudbury, Ontario Arts Foundation, Canadian Heritage, and Ontario Arts Council