Breeders, The Bronx, Holy Fuck for Sled Island Festival

Event will take place in Calgary in June

Breeders, The Bronx, Holy Fuck for Sled Island Festival
The Breeders, The Bronx, Holy Fuck and Ladyhawke have all been announced to perform at the Sled Island Music And Arts Festival, taking place June 24-27.

The festival sees shows performed at venues throughout Calgary in Canada, and features over 200 bands, film screenings and comedy.

Liars, Andrew WK, Final Fantasy, O’Death, Anvil, The Coathangers and The King Khan & BBQ Show are also on the bill for the festival, which was curated by Colin Newman of Wire.

The bands playing are:

Women
Woodhands
Tricky Woo
The Breeders
Obits
Anvil
The Coathangers
HEALTH
Liars
The King Khan & BBQ Show
The Evaporators
Mount Eerie
Hot Little Rocket
The Pack A.D.
Sub-linguals
Githead
Final Fantasy
The Rural Alberta Advantage
The Whitsundays
The Dead Science
Andrew W.K.
Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir
Novillero
The Bronx
Nardwuar's Video Vault
The United Steel Workers of Montreal
Slim Twig
Quintron and Miss Pussycat
O'Death
Monotonix
Jonathan Toubin
Malajube
Ladyhawke
Library Voices
Hollerado
Japandroids
The Dudes
Flash Lightnin'
The Cripple Creek Fairies
Holy Fuck
Battle Snakes


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