Sled Island presents: Little Destroyer + Zoon + Kellarissa

Sled Island presents Little Destroyer,  Zoon, and Kellarissa performing live at the legendary King Eddy.

About Little Destroyer
Electro-punk trio Little Destroyer bring huge beats and livewire energy to their unmissable live shows. With hooks and productions that could fill a stadium, but the charred grit of a gutter-dweller, the band has found a sweet spot between anthemic and nihilistic. Latest singles “hitman” or “Alpha” — which has nearly 2 million streams on Spotify — are great places to start for the uninitiated.

About Zoon
Zoon is the musical project of Daniel Monkman, an Anishinaabe artist combining First Nations experience with shoegaze — sometimes dubbed “moccasin-gaze.” After debut album Bleached Waves sold out its first run and was repressed, it was shortlisted for the Polaris Prize in 2021. Zoon will also appear as one half of Ombiigizi at Sled Island.

About Kellarissa
The solo project of classically trained singer-songwriter Larissa Loyva, Kellarissa is a purveyor of a wide range of electronic styles, from disco to synthwave. This solo endeavor presents the opportunity for Loyva to further experiment sonically and creatively, as well as to deeply personalize her subject matter. Aside from releasing music in other groups such as P:ano, Fake Tears and The Choir Practice, Loyva has also been a touring member of How to Dress Well and Destroyer.

About Sled Island

The Sled Island Music & Arts Festival is a five-day, multi-venue festival taking place June 22 – 26, 2022. The full festival lineup and schedule is now available on

Everyone has the right to feel safe and included at Sled Island. All festival attendees agree to abide by Sled Island’s safer spaces and inclusion policy, which can be found here.

Sled Island acknowledges Calgary as the traditional territory of the Blackfoot and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina and the Ĩyãħé Nakoda First Nations, including the Chiniki, Bearspaw and Wesley First Nations. Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.

Seating Disclaimer: To accommodate as many live music fans as possible, we offer both seats and standing room at our shows. Seats are first come, first served. We recommend arriving early if you’d like to be seated during the performance.

Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.

Event Details:

Date: June 23, 2022

Time: 7:00 pm

Price: $12

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Thursday 11 am to 11 pm
Friday 11 am to close
Saturday 11 am to close
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