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Wapiti lineup announced

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This year's Wapiti Music Festival lineup will include The Strumbellas.
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The lineup for the fourth annual Wapiti Music Festival was unveiled Thursday morning and includes July Talk, Zeus, and The Strumbellas. Also signing on for this year's festival are Good for Grapes, Fast Romantics, JP Hoe, Greg Drummond, and Jordan Klassen. More acts will be announced closer to the festival.

Toronto's Zeus and Vancouver's Good for Grapes will kick things off Friday night and Saturday night will see July Talk, Fast Romantics, and The Strumbellas all taking a turn on the CBC Stage. As always, Wapiti is bringing the best of 'fresh Canadian indie' to Fernie for the family friendly festival.

Wapiti takes place in Annex Park August 8 and 9. Kids 12 and under and seniors 65 and older are free. 2014 will also see the first free community outdoor concert Thursday, August 7 at The Arts Station to get the weekend started.

To view the full lineup, purchase tickets, or find more information, go to www.wapitimusicfestival.com.

 

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