We’re kicking off Summer 2024 and the third season of the Kingston Curator with a look at local festivals and live music – some of our favourite Curator content!

First up, Homegrown Live organizer Chris Morris joined us to give a retrospective on the May 4th festival that brought over 130 acts to 16 stages across downtown Kingston in support of Joe’s Music MILL.

We’re also joined by Fiona Fox and Remira Pryce of the ongoing Juvenis Festival, Kingston’s Youth Arts Festival, for a check-in on what’s gone well so far and what’s to come.

Plus, bedroom-country singer-songwriter Boy Golden hits Kingston on his tour this week, playing the Broom Factory on May 10th. Boy Golden stopped by Thursday morning Indie Wakeup Call to talk about touring, songwriting, and his new album For Eden, dropping July 19th.

We have all that, plus your headlines and live music calendar for the week, only on CFRC 101.9fm and on our CFRC podcast feed. Be sure to tune in live on Thursdays at 2pm all summer for the latest and greatest of Kingston’s arts scene. As always, thank you so much for listening.

Our theme music is “Mathematics Monument and The Guide to Making Friends” by Julia Lynn Sepúlveda, found here: “Mathematics Monument and the Guide to Making Friends” by Julia Lynn Sepúlveda on Soundcloud

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