HEADSTONES one of Canada’s biggest and well established bands will be headlining the Legacy 420 Indigenous Cannabis Musicfest. Headstones are a Canadian punk inﬂuenced alternative rock band that began in 1987 in Kingston and were active until 2003, subsequently reforming in 2011. The band consists of vocalist Hugh Dillon, guitarist Trent Carr and bassist Tim White.
We are thrilled to have Howie Miller as MC for the Legacy 420 Indigenous Cannabis Musicfest. Howie is one of the funniest corporate and club comedians in North America. His hilarious routine, mixed with stellar impressions will have you laughing from start to finish.
Considered to be the Godfather of PowWowStep, DJ-producer Shub continues to pioneer a growing genre of electronic music.
Shub began his career with
nationally-acclaimed electronic music trio
A Tribe Called Red, performing across North American stages with some of the biggest recording artists in today’s industry and winning a JUNO Award in 2014.
Two-time JUNO Award winning singer/songwriter/guitarist Derek Miller from Six Nations of the Grand River.
A journeyman musician with eclectic taste and a knack for guitar oriented roots-inflected rock with a pop sensibility. With his unique take on roots rock, and soul-stirring blues, Derek Miller is a force of musical nature.
Murray Porter’s music has an instantly recognizable sound. Porter’s gravelly, soulful voice sings not only of the history and contemporary stories of the Indigenous Peoples of North America but also universal themes of love, lost and found.
With a mix of blues, country and humour, Porter brings his culture and history to the masses through his music.
Fresh off his win, Staats was chosen out of 10,000 applicants to be featured on the inaugural season of CTV's The Launch and was mentored by Canadian megastar Shania Twain.
Logan Staats performed The Lucky Ones, topping the Canadian charts as the
Number One Song in the country the day after release.
Drezus, a staple of the Indigenous hip hop scene in Canada, has been making noise all over Turtle Island and beyond for over a decade.
Fusing a classic hip hop background with a deep connection to his First Nations heritage, his searing lyrics convey a message of empowerment and resilience
in the face of struggle.
Sumner's self-determined sound is evident in his ability to simultaneously occupy landscapes of multiple musical genres, including Hip-Hop, Spoken Word, Country, and Rhythm & Blues.
In this era of unsettling history and healing wounds of the past, Sumner's music is an Expression of Medicine that walks the line between fortitude and fragility.
Elijah Manitowabi, lead Front Man, Guitarist/Pianist and Singer Songwriter of his own original music.
A trio raised by the sounds of Jazz Rhythm & Blues to Gin soaked Country, deliver a glimpse of pure rock n'roll when things heat up.
Multi-disciplined Mi'kmaq First Nations Artist Thomas Starwalker Clair
has joined forces with Lyle Odjick
& Renowned Canadian Blues/Retro-Rock Power Trio River City Junction.
Bringing you one of the richest Musical & Cultural experiences on this Continent.
Kevin Shaganash (Shaggy) is an accomplished Singer/Songwriter and a Juno Nominated artist.
Kevin Shaganash’s music is rooted in his deep connection with his culture and his belief in Indigenous thought and identity.
Sudbury-based Eric Landry has a vast legacy of music that is still unfolding.
A classically trained Guitarist, Eric was inspired at a formative age by the late, great, Willie Dunn who told the emerging player to “stay ready,” a lesson that he has taken to heart.
Kevin Schofield is an Ottawa artist who performs a mix of classic country music with a driving rhythm and dynamic beat.
Originally from James Bay, Kevin is a gifted Entertainer and Storyteller.
Jason Solomon is an Ojibway from the Sagamok Anishnawbek Territory along the North Shore of Lake Huron.
He is a traditional Grass Dancer and the Lead Singer for the Sitting Bear Drum Group.
Sitting Bear was featured on the “Tribe Called Red” CD “Nation to Nation” on the song “NDN Stakes”.
Jason is a strong believer in his Indigenous Roots, Music and Self-Determination.