The City of Timmins announce the lineup for what promises to be one of the biggest summer festivals of 2018! Stars & Thunder Festival – presented by Goldcorp – Porcupine Gold Mines, will see a spectacular lineup, leading up to the performance of Canadian Rock Legend Bryan Adams.
Country music is slowly taking over the world with major festivals popping up in Europe and Australia. Who can blame them country music is one of the hottest genres of music and it’s only getting hotter. Yesterday the lineup for the 11th annual CMC Rocks QLD festival was announced and it’s bigger than ever!
DEAN BRODY WINS COVETED APPLE MUSIC FANS’ CHOICE AWARD
MEAGHAN PATRICK TAKES HOME SIRIUSXM RISING STAR AWARD AND $10,000
The weather was perfect, sure a little bit of rain was in the forecast but after Jazzfest a little bit of rain wasn’t going to dampen our spirits, and the lineup for Day 3 of RBC Bluesfest was red hot with 50 Cent set to cap off the night.
Rain and thunderstorms threatened, late in the day, to washout the second day of RBC Bluesfest 2017 but by the time the first notes rang out the clouds cleared and the crowds descended on Lebreton Flats.
Year 9 and Cavendish Beach Music Festival is Stronger Than Ever
Day 1 of CBMF (Cavendish Beach Music Festival) started with a typical beautiful day on PEI. A gentle breeze cooled down the air a bit which was most welcome at the concert. You could literally feel the excitement of the fans even walking in from the parking lot. You KNOW it is going to be a great show when that happens. The grounds were alive with fans which was great to see earlier on in the day. There were over 20 acts in total and unfortunately we could not take them all in. Here are a few shots of performances we were able to get to. (more…)
River Town Saints, Kira Isabella and Gord Bamford played to a packed crowd during Cider Fest at Puddicombe Estate on Friday June 23rd.
River Town Saints kicked the show off with a bang, as usual! I’ve had the pleasure of seeing these guys quite a bit in the last few weeks so when I noticed that their were a lot of people sitting in their seats at the beginning of their set I knew it wouldn’t be long before they were all on their feet. Sure enough not even half way through the first song people flooded to the front of the stage.
There’s always something playing at CentrepointeTheatres
2017/18 season is set to be a hit of top shows
It may have been a cool afternoon in February but social media started to heat up late in the day as the annual Bluesfest TAG 2017 RBC Bluesfest lineup reveal had begun…