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These Kids Wear Crowns
with Eleven Past One and PRTY H3RO
From the Promoter
Free with CNE fairgrounds admission.
These Kids Wear Crown, the six-member Canadian powerpop band, was formed in 2009 in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. They were "discovered" on MuchMusic's disBand and signed to a contract with Capitol Records/EMI. There has been no looking back since. They have performed with artists such as Hedley, Faber Drive, Forever The Sickest Kids, Good Charlotte and Lights. The band's debut single and music video Break It Up debuted at No. 60 on the Canadian Hot 100. Jumpstart, their latest album is designed to get people off their feet with its boisterous sing-along electro dance-pop songs.
Since its inception in 2007, Eleven Past One has had one mission: to inspire fans and show them they can accomplish anything they put their minds to. In 2009, this band from Bowmanville, ON and New Brunswick caught the attention of key music industry professionals and fans on a trip to Los Angeles in a thirty foot camper van. Since the release of their hit single The World is Ours, Eleven Past One hasn’t stopped impressing fans with upbeat arrangements and feel-good lyrics. Their debut album, The Ultimate Catch, is set to be released later this year.
PRTY H3RO is a Toronto based hip-hop-dance-rock trio. Made up of mutual friends Natasha Zimbaro, Dizzy Overhill and Mark Luongo, the Vancouver originals met and connected upong moving to Toronto. Overhill and Luongo previously toured across Canada as a duo with Sean Kingston, Sam Roberts and Finger Eleven, while Zimbaro competed on the X-Factor UK and has a Masters Certificate in Music from the Berklee College of Music. The group's debut single, Life of The Party (LOTP), was released in 2013 by Sony Music Canada and was featured on more than twenty-five radio stations as well as TSN Sports Centre and Degrassi. The video for LOTP was in heavy rotation on Much Music and cracked the top 10 on the Billboard Emerging Artists chart.