Golden Hour Festival is back with iskwē, Tom Wilson, Donovan Woods and the Opposition, and William Prince

Looking for the perfect weekend getaway? Golden Hour Festival is returning to Prince Edward County with an incredible 2021 lineup including iskwē & Tom Wilson, Donovan Woods & The Opposition, William Prince, Hannah Georgas and more.

Saturday, August 21st’s double-feature includes JUNO award-winning Indigenous artists iskwē & Tom Wilson and William Prince.

iskwē, a musical creator, communicator and storyteller and Tom Wilson (Junkhouse, Lee Harvey Osmond, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings) came together with the release of their single, Starless Nights. Golden Hour is welcoming the duo for one of their first live performances onstage.

William Prince is a folk and country singer-songwriter based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, who won the JUNO Award for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year in 2017 for his debut album, Earthly Days.

Prince Edward County local and Golden Hour alum, Annelise Noronha is back to round out the evening’s performances. 

Sunday, August 22nd’s night’s performances include headliner Donovan Woods, a critically-acclaimed folk artist that has built a robust career with his JUNO award-winning album, Both Ways, and latest release, Without People.

Hannah Georgas, an indie-pop singer-songwriter with an endless capacity for crafting textured pop songs that confound her audience’s expectations, will kick off the night with opener Ten Kills the Pack.

Golden Hour Festival continues its support of the Prince Edward County community through the Sunset Market, a pop up market showcasing a variety of vendors and food trucks from The County. For more information visit

Golden Hour poster listing artist lineup Iskwe and Tom Wilson, William Prince, Annelise Noronha on Aug 21 and Donovan Woods, Hannah Georgas, and Ten Kills the Pack on Aug 22

Cassandra Popescu

Cassandra Popescu

Contributor at ADDICTED
Cassandra is a writer and photographer based in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015, she picked up a camera and dove into concert photography. Since then, she has covered events like Festival d'été de Québec, Wayhome, Toronto Urban Roots Festival, Field Trip, Canadian Music Week, NXNE, and many more.
Cassandra Popescu