Over the years, Bluesfest has grown to become the landmark event of the Ottawa summer and one of the top-ten music festivals in the world, according to Billboard Magazine. The ongoing love affair between the ‘fest and its fans continues to this day. Clarence Clemons took the stage in 1994 and helped kick off what would become Canada’s fastest growing outdoor music festival. Five thousand people descended on Majors Hill Park that first year, probably not realizing the tradition they were helping to create.
Over the past 24 years, more than a million people have tuned in their ears and opened their hearts to some of the biggest names in the music industry. In more recent years, Bluesfest has become the Canadian version of Bonnaroo, Coachella, and/or the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival; all highly regarded tourist attractions and
The Susquehanna Folk Festival is held in south-central Pennsylvania, hosted at Roundtop Mountain Resort, 925 Roundtop Road, Lewisberry, PA 17339
The festival is presented over a four-day period (Thursday-Sunday) on four stages, which run ridiculously long hours to accommodate the 80, some bands that play the festival.
Producers of the 50th anniversary Jazz Fest have decided to mark the milestone event with something special: the addition of another day of the signature festival celebrating New Orleans music and culture. Thursday, April 25 will now be the opening day of the 2019 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell. Both of the event’s weekends will run Thursday through Sunday, April 25 – 28 and May 2 – 5.
Roy Thomson Hall
60 Simcoe Street
Join Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy, the award-winning fiddle virtuosos, in an intimate and unique concert. With the duo accompanied by a band of talented musicians – and their children. A Celtic Family Christmas will guide you into the wonderful world of a true MacMaster Leahy Christmas celebration.
This is the 6th Annual Stompin Tom Birthday Celebration. Canadian rock and roll legend Robbie Lane will be the host. Special guests will contribute to the evening.
Zoomer Hall, 70 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, On