The Toronto Blue Jays announced the homegrown musical headliners performing at this year’s Friday Fan Festivals. Entering its sixth year, the fan-favourite event takes place over four Fridays in July and August, and features pregame activities for fans of all ages outside Gates 10 and 11 at Rogers Centre.
Performing live on the TD stage, this year’s lineup of Canadian artists includes:
• BROS – July 7 (vs. Houston)
A new project from Ewan and Shamus Currie (The Sheepdogs), the brotherly duo are exploring a brand new sound inspired by vintage funk and power pop
• Dear Rouge – July 28 (vs. Los Angeles Angels)
Dear Rouge is a JUNO Award-winning alternative-rock group formed by Drew & Danielle McTaggart from Vancouver
• DJ Showcase featuring Jed Harper, DJ DLUX & Your Boy Brian – Aug. 11 (vs. Pittsburgh)
Returning to the festival lineup for a second consecutive year, Blue Jays’ resident DJs mix, scratch, and remix songs on the fly for music lovers of all genres and eras
• High Valley – Aug. 25 (vs. Minnesota)
Hailing from Alberta, brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel are two-time CCMA Group of the Year winners and have recently spent two weeks at #1 on Country Radio with their single I Be U Be from their latest album, Dear Life
Friday Fan Festivals is a licensed event open to all fans with tickets to the game that evening. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. and concluding at game time, the outdoor festival features live music, alumni appearances, as well as interactive games and activities. Special for this year, Friday Fan Festivals will take on a patriotic look and feel in July to celebrate Canada 150.