We have created a series of events that embodies our Motto: Community over Competition. We host at our acreage which has a beautiful ambiance. We are hosting intimate live music for the month of August.
In a world of dog eat dog, busy lives and keeping up with the Jones', we are encouraging you to live in the moment, to slow down, connect, have real experiences, enjoy genuine relationships and meet new people right in our very own backyard.
Beverage and snack station ran by Tristan Longworth. (He's a young entrepreneur saving money for a Lamborghini)
August 1: Megan Dawson is a sweet songstress based out of Calgary, Alberta; She writes the kind of music that creates a connection between the writer, and listener. Coming off her debut single, “My Way Back”, Dawson gives the Canadian country music scene a real reason to get excited.
August 15: Anna Lewis is a country music singer/songwriter from Calgary, AB.
opening for Hailey Benedict:
Recognized as a five-time North America Country Music Association International Youth winner, including Most Promising Female Entertainer & Songwriter, as well as the youngest winner of the Alberta Country Music Association Fan's Choice Award, Hailey Benedict continues to make her mark as a rising talent in the Canadian music industry. Winner of both the 2017 K-Days and Big Valley Jamboree Talent Search, Hailey is also a Top 10 Canadian Songwriting Finalist. As a result of her personal achievements and philanthropic efforts in the community, Hailey was also honoured last year as one of the youngest ever Global Woman of Vision award recipients.
For more than 10 years, Martin Kerr has been a fixture of the Edmonton music scene - in coffee houses and clubs, as a regular busker at the city’s farmer’s market, and on the private house concert circuit, performing more than a 150 shows a year. He has carved out a niche as one of the most talented, approachable, connective and inventive musicians in the Alberta capital.
Kerr is an artist who believes that music has the capacity to change hearts and minds. Imbued with a deeply-held social conscience, Kerr wants his audiences to not only be entertained but to be moved.
Following in the traditions of the great folk music storytellers of past generations, Kerr’s incredibly poignant and well-crafted acoustic song Mr. Liao, tells the tale of a down-on-his-luck migrant farmer trying to eke out a living for his family.
Where is the event located and what time?
131 54324 Bellerose Drive, Sturgeon County - there will be signs posted on the main streets.
Gates open at 5:30 pm
Opener begins at 6:30 pm
Headliner 7-8:30 pm
Where can I park?
There is plenty of street parking, but we do recommend carpooling if that is an option.
What do I need to bring with me?
Bring cash for the vendors, a blanket or festival chairs to sit on. If there is rain in the forecast bring an umbrella, raincoat and a tent if you've got one!
What is the cost?
Event tickets are available for $10/person or $25 for a family (2 adults, 2 kids)
Can I buy tickets at the event?
Yes! We will accept cash sales at the event.
Can I bring my kids?
Yes! It is a family-friendly event.
Can I bring my pet?
Unfortunately not :(
Are you wanting to participate as a vendor? Volunteer? Performer?
Contact Marina 587-873-3950 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org