Bud Light Dreams Music Festival

Digital Dreams gets a new name and format

One of Toronto's most popular summer electronic music festivals announced some major changes today.

What was once the Digital Dreams Festival has been re-branded as the Bud Light Dreams Festival. Like 2016, it's still happening at Echo Beach, but this year there will be a new layout, three stages - including a waterfront stage - and it's now a 19-plus event.

Billed as a "boutique luxury festival experience" celebrating Toronto's music and art communities, the lineup has yet to be announced, but headliners last year included major players like Above & Beyond, Armin van Buure, and Axwell Ingrosso.

Dreams Festival takes place on July 7 and 8. Tickets are not on sale yet.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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