Need something to start your week on a high note? Well get this, Ontario’s first post-pandemic live music festival is kicking off this weekend in Oro-Medonte at Burl’s Creek! You’ll be able to listen to Canadian artists from all sorts of different kinds of genres each weekend until August 14th. Best of all, tickets are on sale now, so here’s what you can expect.
The Endless Summer Series is the newest festival from Republic Live, the folks behind the Boots & Hearts festival. To kick things off the festival is featuring some rockin’ cover bands and you’ll be able to camp all weekend long. Of course, you’ll also be able to enjoy delicious eats and drinks from some delicious food trucks. So kick back, relax and enjoy covers of your favorite songs from bands like Queen, The Tragically Hip, and more from July 30th to September 5th.
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Then on August 6th & 7th, you can enjoy artists like Tebey, Brett Kissel, Venessa Marie Carter, and more. On August 13th & 14th, you can hear tunes from artists like Our Lady Peace, Ferraro, The Trews, among others. Then finally on during September 3rd-5th you can listen to Dallas Smith, Tim Hicks, and James Barker Band. It’s sure to be a great return to live music going as we’ve all missed attending festivals.
Now you’re probably wondering, what’s the deal with camping? Well, the festival has been capped at 5,000 attendees to make sure it’s following provincial health guidelines. So you’ll have plenty of space to spread out at the venue’s 600 acres each weekend. Keep in mind that camping tickets must be purchased separately and we recommend getting on those tickets ASAP.
So get out there and treat yourself to an end-of-summer concert that you’ll never forget. If you’d like to learn more or snag tickets you can click below.
The Endless Summer Series at Burl’sCreek
When: July 30th-August 1st
Where: 180 8 Line S, Oro-Medonte, ON
Cost: Single tickets start at $21.99, Weekend tickets start at $44.99, Weekend camping passes start at $69.99
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