Live Music in the Village


Check out our Events Calendar for a monthly view of everything that's happening in the Village!

HEADLINER: THE CARPET FROGS

Subaru Stage

July 1st, 2022 | 8:15pm


The Carpet Frogs are a Toronto-based rock band. They are known for their work performing at private events and touring with Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings and have performed on Canada's Walk of Fame, Juno Awards, Live 8 Canada, SOCAN Awards, and more.
 

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HEADLINER: TORONTO CONCERT ORCHESTRA

Floating Stage

July 7th, 2022 | 6-9pm


Founded in 2008 by the late Maestro Kerry Stratton, Toronto Concert Orchestra takes its place as Ontario's premiere entertainment orchestra dedicated to quality music. The TCO's repertoire ranges from Bach to Beethoven, Big Band, and the Beatles, fluidly adapting to each concert's specific needs. In addition to sold out performances in Toronto, the TCO regularly tours Southern Ontario from Sarnia to Cornwall, bringing large scale professional performances to our neighbouring communities. 
 

HEADLINER: MY SON THE HURRICANE

Subaru Stage

July 22nd, 2022 | 8:00pm


My Son the Hurricane is a multi horn, multi drummer, multi singer brass funk beast. The Niagara, Ontario 12 piece brass-dance crew has toured over multiple countries and some of Canada, USA and Europe’s biggest festivals. Over 40 sold out shows in 2019 and early 2022 just proved that there is no live show like My Son the Hurricane. Featuring trumpets, sax, trombones, drums, guitar, percussion and two wild front- people….we dare you not to dance! 
 

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HEADLINER: TORONTO STRING QUARTET

Floating Stage

July 24 @ 1-4pm | Aug 18 @ 6-9pm


Celebrating 15 years since their establishment, the Toronto String Quartet has set themselves apart as one of the GTA's preeminent pop/classical string ensembles. It is TSQ's passion to offer a diverse musical experience beyond the mold of traditional string quartets by covering all genres of music from classical to today's top 40. Their vast repertoire and unique arrangements allow for a thrilling and emotional concert program with familiar favourites which are sure to please any audience.
 

Mo Guzman

Subaru Stage

July 1st, 2022


Mo Guzman began his career as a solo acoustic artist busking on the streets of downtown Toronto. His passion for music led him to obtain a TTC Subway Musician’s permit, enabling him to perform in the subway tunnels where he has been active since 2015. Mo's gift of raw vulnerability transcends his audience in a heartfelt, unforgettable experience. He delivers the highest quality soulful performances from small, intimate gatherings and community events, to large festivals and weddings. His unique and distinct vocal style encompasses a broad range of musical genres from the 1950's to modern day.

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Jess Bowman

Subaru Stage

July 4 | July 10 | July 25 | Aug 8 | Aug 15 | Aug 22 | Aug 29 | Sep 5


Jess Bowman is a singer/songwriter/musician with a wide variety of music. She tries to play something for everyone to enjoy but would likely classify herself as pop/country. She varies from Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Johnny Cash, Elvis and Dolly Parton!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
 

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Derek McLean

Subaru Stage

July 5 | July 11 | July 19 | July 26 | Aug 2 | Aug 9 | Sep 6 | Aug 16 | Aug 23 | Aug 30 |


Derek has been part of the Collingwood music community for 22 years, both as a solo artist and a member of Strange Potatoes. Most of his shows involve taking requests from the audience, which allows him to interact and cater each performance to the group that is there on any given night. With over three decades of playing live, Derek has been fortunate to play all over Ontario. Depending on the requests that come up, you might hear music from the 1950s right up to the 2020s, as well as rock, pop, alternative, folk, country and dance tunes – it all depends on who is listening!  

Jason Redman

Subaru Stage

July 7 | July 13 | July 21 | July 28 | Aug 4 | Aug 11 | Aug 18 | Aug 25 | Sep 1 | Sep 8


Jason Redman has been entertaining central Ontario for the better part of three decades. As a singer/songwriter he has performed at numerous events throughout the Province. Described as a combination of Gord Downie and Gordon Lightfoot, and with a deep list of cover songs, Jason is able to engage audiences young and old. As a multi instrumentalist, he is often called upon to accompany other performers like Strange Potatoes, the Aaron Garner Band, and most recently the Shipyard Kitchen Party. 

Victoria Yeh

Subaru Stage

July 15th, 2022


Victoria Yeh’s unique style….dynamic and progressive. The violin as it’s rarely seen.

Classically trained, Victoria combines the purity of her musical heritage with the edginess of progressive fusion. She lights up the stage with her infectious energy, her passions and her distinctive style, captivating audiences across Canada.

Shane Cloutier

Mill Pond Garden

July 16th | September 3rd, 2022


Spend a moment in his presence and you'll know music is a passion that runs deep. Shane is a virtuoso guitarist delivering his thought-provoking lyrics through a strong emotional voice. With the release of his first album "In Light" and his latest album "Red Wagon" the music industry has taken notice. His song-writing skills, strong vocals, and work as a guitarist would bring musical success on their own, but combined they are so much more.

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Rebecca Rain

Mill Pond Garden

July 30th, 2022


For Rebecca Rain, there are three things that matter most - family, the small town she grew up in, and music. While that list may read like different things, in a very real way they are all simply parts of the same whole that drives her passion. That’s because there’s something about growing up in a small town… The lines between family, friends and strangers are drawn thinner and lighter - strangers become friends, friends become family, and family is inseparable from one’s self. Part of the package of growing up with the small town life for Rebecca was a very early exposure to country music. Drawing influences from childhood favourites like Loretta Lynn, June Carter Cash, and Patsy Cline, Miss Rain has crafted a sound that is equally modern and traditional, all delivered by a voice that is hauntingly pure, and with a reflective songwriting style wise beyond her years. With all the places that Rebecca’s music has, and will continue to take her, she is grounded by the strength of her roots, and in knowing that eventually, all roads lead to home. 

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