2:00pm – 2:45pm Hayley Verrall
3:15pm – 4:00pm Emily Schultz
4:30pm – 5:15pm Lindsay Brohan
5:45pm – 6:30pm Hayley Verrall
7:00pm – 7:45pm The Wanted
8:15pm – 9:00pm Lindsay Brohan
11:00am – 11:45pm Hunter Sheridan
12:15pm – 12:45pm Anne Tique Doll
1:15pm – 2:00pm 8 Second Ride
2:30pm – 3:00pm Karma Kameleon
3:30pm – 4:15pm Darren Hancock Band
4:45pm – 5:30pm Zeegwon Shilling
6:00pm – 6:45pm Ida Benna
7:15pm – 8:00pm Darren Hancock Band
8:30pm – 9:15pm Practically Hip
9:45pm – 10:30pm Practically Hip
11:00am – 11:45am Sean Pincin
12:15pm – 1:00pm Anthem
1:30pm – 2:15pm Grizzly Coast
2:45pm – 3:30pm Envirodrum
4:00pm – 4:45pm Grady Brothers
Meet the musicians
Country singer/songwriter Hayley Verrall has spent the past couple of years etching out a spot in the country music community and opening shows for well-known Canadian acts such as Burton Cummings, Dan Hill, Gil Grand, and Ryan Langdon. Hayley is now putting her own groove in new country music. Check out her website for more information: www.hayleyverrallmusic.com.
Lindsay Brohan is a Toronto-based party band entertaining on multiple levels with a high-impact spin on top 40 pop, rock, hip hop and country. Check out their social media for more information.
Writing songs on heart strings, singer/song writer Emily Schultz will wrap you up and take you down the road of self-reflection, hope and all the beautiful complexities of the human experience. She has co-headlined several sold out shows in Toronto, including the Great Hall, Burdock Music Hall and Rivoli, and is a seasoned festival performer at such Canadian festivals as the Edmonton Folk Music Festival and the Blue Skies Festival. Her music has also been featured on eTalk, Breakfast TV Toronto and Much Music. Check out their social media for more information.
The Wanted fuse vintage North American folk, blues and country music with rockabilly, bluegrass, and rock and roll in a distinctive roots music mash-up. This is full-throated, full-throttle entertainment, imbued with a spirit that is darkly haunting, incisively witty, or just plain fun. Check out their website for more information: https://thewanted.ca/
Hunter Sheridan is a Canadian musician whose music delivers introspective, soulful song writing with warm melodies that weave a euphoric atmosphere. Hunter’s writing highlights self-discovery, honest lyrics, and dynamic arrangements, connecting with listeners across music genres. For more information, check out his website: www.Huntersheridanmusic.com
Anne Tique Doll
Anne Tique Doll is a singer and drag performer with Doll Haus Events. Anne performs in Guelph and surrounding areas. Check out their social media for more information.
8 Second Ride
8 Second Ride is a country cover band that has been playing together since 2010. With powerful lead vocals, beautiful harmony and tight musicianship, they have become one of the hottest acts in Southwestern Ontario. Visit their website for more information: www.8secondride.ca
Karma Kameleon is a Drag performer with Doll Haus Events. Karma lives in Hamilton, Ontario. In addition to performing drag, Karma also does stand-up comedy. Check out their social media for more information.
Darren Hancock Band
The Darren Hancock band plays new country, traditional country and classic rock music in clubs and festivals throughout Southwestern Ontario. The band has been the opening act for top Canadian country artists like Dean Brody, Kira Isabella, Leah Daniels, and The Road Hammers, while gaining new fans and friends along the way. Check out their Facebook for more information!
Zeegwon Shilling is a 15 year old Anishnawbe (Wasauksing First Nation) singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist who is just beginning to share his voice with the world. In November 2018 he was captured on camera singing Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah which went viral on Facebook garnering over 100,000 views in 3 days (600k+ in total). Zeegwon recently made his television acting debut as a guest star on the second season of CBC’s The Coroner (One Drum). Check out his social media for more information.
Ida Benna is a charming Toronto four-piece band playing original songs featuring a throwback blend of old-time blues sensibilities, deep grooving rhythms and virtuostic guitar chops.Bound by a humble curiousity for collaboration, this quartet finds joy in richly-layered vocal harmonies, meaningful emotional lyrics, and a shared gravity towards introverted kinship. Check out their social media here.
Established in Southern Ontario in 1997, Practically Hip has been Canada's number one Tragically Hip tribute band for 25 years! As true and dedicated fans, they can be note-perfect on all the songs, while adding the jams and electric performance elements audiences are looking for.
Find out more on their website here: https://www.practicallyhip.com/index.html
Sean Pinchin's 2016 breakthrough album Monkey Brain nabbed him a 2017 Juno Nomination for Blues Album of the Year and cemented his reputation as a guitar player’s guitar player. Find out more on his website here: www.seanpinchin.ca
Anthem is a 5-person cover band from the Hamilton/Burlington area ready to play your favourite classic rock anthems...and more! Check out their Facebook page here.
From the imaginative, yet highly analytical mind of Alannah Kavanagh comes Grizzly Coast, the Toronto-based indie rock project with hard-hitting instrumentation that tears up the stage and heavy-lifting lyrical narratives that compel you to think deeper. Visit their Instagram page here.
Envirodrum discusses, in an entertaining style, the importance of preserving our environment, practicing the 3 Rs: "REDUCE, REUSE & RECYCLE" and the value, fun and excitement of learning to play a musical instrument. The band uses all recycled products to create percussion-based music. Find out more on their website here: www.envirodrum.org
Brothers Andrew and Matt Grady have been thrilling audiences across southern Ontario for over 10 years. Playing the hits from every decade, The Grady Brothers bring the party! Check out their social media here.