Stone Parade are counting down the days until their performance at the Canadian Music Festival. They will be sharing the stage alongside other Australian bands; Birds of Tokyo, Hungry Kids of Hungary and Hilltop Hoods.

Canadian Music Fest has announced Stone Parade in it’s official line up this year at it’s week long festival in Toronto in March.  Stone Parade will perform alongside other Australian bands such as Birds of Tokyo, Hungry Kids of Hungary and Hilltop Hoods.

Over 800 artists fill over 55 venues during the 5 day festival which will see the band performing amongst emerging artists as well as today’s hottest concert hit makers, including Good Charlotte, Melissa Etheridge, Papa Roach and Sammy Hagar (Van Halen)  This event coincides with one of the world’s largest music conferences which will give industry a chance to watch the band at showcases.  The band will also take the opportunity to make a stopover in New York for an industry showcase at the famed Arlene’s Grocery on 7th March.

Lead singer Greg Byrne says “We’ve heard so much about the similarities between Australian and Canadian culture. Being selected to take the stage at Canadian Music Week now allows us to finally experience it first hand. We’re also looking forward to catching up and hanging out with our other Aussie muso friends that will be performing.”