Black Lips, Cool Kids, The Sonics for NXNE 2009

Festival will take place in Toronto next month

Black Lips, Cool Kids, The Sonics for NXNE 2009
The lineup has been unveiled for this year’s North By North East Festival, which will take place in Toronto from June 17 – 21.

The Black Lips, Burning Brides, Wintersleep, The Sonics, Youth Brigade, Cool Kids, GZA, Matt & Kim and more are on the bill for the event which is in its 15th year.

No Age, Japanther, Crystal Antlers and Built By Snow are also on the schedule which features over 500 performers on 50 stages around the city.

Passes for the festival range from $25 to $250 and are available at nxne.com , along with the all festival information.

--By our New York staff.
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