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Tragically Hip's Paul Langlois among new Mariposa performers

Annual festival has added nine more acts to the lineup for the July event to be held at Orillia's Tudhope Park
Paul Langlois of The Tragically Hip is among the new acts that have been added to the Mariposa Folk Festival this summer.

The Mariposa Folk Festival returns July 7 to 9 to Tudhope Park in Orillia and has added nine more acts to its outstanding lineup. Paul Langlois Band (Langlois of the Tragically Hip), Danny Michel, Ammoye, Fast Romantics, Keith Mullins, Les Fireflies, Lucy Wainwright Roche, The Paddling Puppeteers and Tim Greenwood are all new additions to the 2023 lineup.
Nearly 60 acts have now been announced for the 2023 edition of the iconic music festival, including previously announced acts: Tegan and Sara, Feist, Rufus Wainwright, The Wood Brothers, The Rural Alberta Advantage, KT Tunstall, Wild Rivers, Judy Collins, Son Little, Tim Baker, Matt Andersen & the Big Bottle of Joy, Jeremy Dutcher, and more.
The Mariposa Folk Festival was founded in Orillia in 1961. Through the years, it has grown to become Canada’s most legendary musical gathering. Tickets for Mariposa are on sale via the festival website.
“Festival ticket sales are ahead of last year’s record pace and with such a diverse and powerful lineup, Mariposa 2023 is shaping up to be another amazing experience,” said Mariposa Folk Foundation President, Pam Carter.
The three-day Mariposa Folk Festival features more than ten stages of top folk-roots music, along with presentations of story, dance, and craft. All ticket categories are on sale. Kids 12 and under are admitted free. The festival has special pricing for youth and young adults. Onsite RV and tent camping is available.