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A festival of festivals

Hamilton is a city of festivals, meaning you can spend each of your summer weekends taking in all the city – and Burlington! – has to offer. When someone asks what you’re doing on the weekend any time this summer, just say “Hamilton.” Festival season is…
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Supercrawl in top crowd-pleasing form

Plenty of great music, food, art and fashion made for a fantastic showcase for locals and out-of-towners alike. For its 15th year, the now-famous Supercrawl street festival returned to James Street North Sept. 8-10, entertaining many tens of thousands of locals and out-of-towners with its multifaceted mix of…
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City View: Tim Potocic is making beautiful music

Owner/president of record label Sonic Unyon and the driving force behind Supercrawl, Because Beer Craft Festival and venues Bridgeworks and Mills Hardware, Potocic is also among the local pioneers who invested in Hamilton’s downtown long before it was cool to do so. Tim Potocic was born in…
Arts + Culture

Supercrawl turns 15 and announces 2023 lineup

Headliners will include BADBADNOTGOOD, Broken Social Scene, Rita Chiarelli & Sweet Loretta, The Flatliners, Hamilton Superstars, and Raine & Chantal. Supercrawl 2023 marks the 15th anniversary of the much-loved music and arts festival on James Street North. This year it runs Sept. 8-10, and the principal lineup was announced at a media launch event at…
Arts + Culture

Shot From All Sides

Irish photographer Cormac Figgis no longer calls Hamilton home but his new book pays homage to a host of his musical heroes, local and otherwise. If you were a regular at one of Hamilton’s indie music clubs over the past decade or so, you likely stumbled across Cormac…
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For the Love of Hamilton

This regular HAMILTON CITY Magazine feature will highlight people, from all walks of life, who have embraced Hamilton as their new home. Kathryn Lee was born and raised in Ancaster but left for the bright lights of Toronto in her 20s. She would eventually return, lured back by…