Hogtown girls

The third and final installment of Lilith Fair kicks off Sat, Aug 21 at the Molson Amphitheatre. Tix cost $30.50 to $60.50 and are available at Ticketmaster. Here’s who’s playing in Toronto.

Main Stage, Saturday and Sunday:

Sarah McLachlan

Sheryl Crow

Indigo Girls

Dixie Chicks

Deborah Cox

Just Saturday:

K’s Choice

Morley

Rennan

Just Sunday:

Bif Naked

Emm Gryner

Joan Jones

Diana Braithwaite

A dollar from each ticket goes to local charities. In Toronto, they are the Red Door Shelter for families in crisis and abused women, and Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter.

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Gordon Bowness (he/him) is the executive editor of Xtra. With a 30-year career covering the LGBTQ2S+ community, Gordon is also the founding editor of Go Big magazine and In Toronto (now In Magazine). He is an English speaker and lives in Toronto.

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