Hillside Inside 2018
February 10 – 11
Schedule Inside 2018
Saturday, February 10
Janice is a hard femme queer radical Korean-Canadian, folk musician, spoken word poet and theatre artist rooted in Kitchener.
Through their exploration of a dynamic range of diasporic rhythms, LAL have developed a sound that ingeniously integrates their South Asian and West Indian roots with jazz sensibilities, hip-hop and authentic soul--all encased in a fresh and eclectic electronic sound.
Sunday, February 11
Lit Music Brunch
This year’s speaker is renowned musician and bestselling author, Jann Arden. She will share her wisdom and wit in a talk entitled “My Story”. Rose Cousins, the Juno-Award winning singer-songwriter from the Maritimes, will sing and play her gorgeous music at this event. Shea Robinson, the chef at Miijidaa Café, will prepare an inspired brunch for this occasion so that all of your senses will be engaged and awakened in the chill of February in downtown Guelph. Co-presented with Eden Mills Writers' Festival. Doors at 10 a.m. Reservations must be made with Miijidaa Cafe & Bistro. $35+HST cash only. Jann Arden, Lit Music Brunch 2018, Rose Cousins.
Play Your Gender
An exclusive screening of the documentary about the underrepresentation of women in the music industry. Followed by a discussion with industry insiders with live music! Brighid Fry, Doris Folkens, Joni NehRita, Kim Fry, Laura Johnson-Sherratt, Play Your Gender, Rose Cousins.
Come on down for a Hillside bluegrass jam, hosted by The Slocan Ramblers. They'll take the stage to get you in the mood and then invite audience members to join them and jam. So bring your instruments!! Part of Music Weekends in Downtown Guelph. This is a Pay What You Can event.