The Dawson City Music Festival has announced its 2014 lineup of performers. This year’s festival, the 36th, will feature a typically eclectic mix of music, with an emphasis on folk and country.
Acts slated to perform include indie rock trio The Rural Alberta Advantage, B.C.-based banjo makers and country musicians Pharis and Jason Romero, and 2013 Polaris Prize long-listers Evening Hymns, an Ontario indie folk band.
Bilingual Cuban-Canadian singer Alex Cuba, a two-time Juno and Latin Grammy award winner, will be here, as will Feeding Frenzy, a five-member folk band from Fairbanks, and violinist Jaron Freeman-Fox. Les Soeurs Boulay, a pair of folk-singing sisters originally from the Gaspe, will represent Quebec.
The 2014 Dawson City Music festival will take place July 18-20. For complete lineup and ticketing information, go to www.dcmf.com.