HEADLINER: Midnight Shine
Saturday, August 25 - 8pm (Blue Mountain Village)

Midnight Shine turns heads with a sound that seamlessly mixes roots, classic and modern rock. Their music is anchored by eloquent lyrics and heartfelt vocals that share a glimpse of what life is like in the far North. They have a winning combination of energy, experience, and passion, that has evolved into an impressive and compelling sonic identity, and distinct style. 

Digging Roots
Friday, August 24 - 8pm (Collingwood)

For the last few years, the Juno-winning genre-blurring five-piece indie band from Toronto have been busy touring North American and Europe. Musical partners Raven and ShoShona are the creative team and inspiration behind Digging Roots. In creating music they utilize the traditional Anishinabek Song Lines composition technique of tracing melody and rhythm from the contours of the land. This traditional method of creating songs is paired with modern Eurocentric techniques of composition.
Amanda Rheaume
Saturday, August 25 - 7pm (Blue Mountain Village)

Possessed of a powerful, slightly gritty singing voice and an ear for catchy melodies, Amanda won a 2014 Canadian Folk Music Award for Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year and was nominated for a Juno. Rheaume has delivered her soulful blend of Americana/Root/Pop tracks to audiences around the world, including Canada (coast to coast), the USA, Europe, The United Kingdon, Faroe Islands, Central America and more. She has opened for artists such as Emmylou Harris, K'Naan, Lucinda Williams, and Ani Difranco.

Little Creek Singers, Drummers and
Pow Wow Dancers

Saturday, August 25 and Sunday, August 26

Little Creek was formed in the summer of 2012 to spread the knowledge of pow wow songs, drumming and dancing. This is a unique opportunity to share in the beautiful pow wow culture.