Posts Tagged ‘music’

Kenwick on the Lake plays host to Wednesday night Summer Music Series


The City of Sarnia Parks and Recreation Department is bringing the musical sounds of local talent to Bright’s Grove. The Kenwick on the Lake Summer Music Series runs every other Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. until the end of August. The series officially kicked off on July 16 with Rob Dickson and Friends, and will […]

Sarnia Ribfest ready to rock Hiawatha Horse Park for second straight year

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The 16th Annual Sarnia Kinsmen Ribfest is on track (no pun intended considering the venue) as a highlight for the upcoming summer season. The popular event runs Father’s Day weekend, June 12-15, 2014 at Hiawatha Horse Park on London Line. Last year more than 20,000 fans attended the event, making it one of the longest […]

THE SHOW: Indie music, Sunday Wilde, Sarnia Events, The Chive hits The Stubborn Mule (Episode 102)


  This week We catch up with Canadian Blues performer “Sunday Wilde”. Sunday talks to us about her latest music and also shares some of her personal side that inspires her music. MARKURS announces a full length album for 2014 – The first Unofficial “CHIVE” party in Sarnia comes to The Stubborn Mule […]

Critically acclaimed independent singer-songwriter Ginger Doss in town tonight for a special engagement at local coffee shop

International independent musician and artist Ginger Doss in town tonight, Aug. 8, for a special engagement.

Featured Photograph courtesy of The Austin Chronicle International critically acclaimed independent singer-songwriter Ginger Doss is in town tonight for a very special, intimate live performance that’s being hosted by Coffee Lodge on the corner of Exmouth and Capel. Ginger Doss, a veteran artist, musician and performer from Austin, Texas, is expected to bring her unique, soulful […]

Bright’s Grove Optimists have great Canada Day celebrations on tap for next Saturday

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It’s a couple of days early, but for the Bright’s Grove Optimist Club, the nearest weekend celebration of Canada Day is one tradition that the entire community embraces. So it will be for this coming Saturday (June 29) at which the service club is set to demonstrate one of its more popular outreach community events. […]

If Bayfest’s hiatus has got you down, come ‘Rock The Park’ at London’s Harris Park in July

Rock The Park 10th Anniversary

The announcement earlier this week that Sarnia’s preeminent annual music festival Rogers Bayfest will be on hiatus indefinitely has likely left a lot of heads spinning and hearts broken. After all, Bayfest has become the area’s largest entertainment tradition of the year and has filled Sarnia’s Centennial Park with tens of thousands each year since […]

The Rocket Man touched down at Sarnia’s RBC Centre last night, gave a royal performance of greatest hits

Elton John on stage at Sarnia's RBC Centre on Friday, September 8, 2012

Photographs by Kerry Belliveau of Kerry’s Klips Photography Review written by Joe Burd and Kerry Belliveau Like a candle in the wind – or more likened to an Olympic torch – Sir Elton John’s light shined bright last night at Sarnia’s RBC Centre, bringing our fair city four decades of his internationally acclaimed, award-winning music. […]

Bayfest: Hedley, Simple Plan and The Offspring; rain and mud, die hard fans, great memories and generosity highlight final day

Hedley headlined Rogers Bayfest afternoon show on final day of festival

Photography provided courtesy of Kerry Belliveau. "We are such stuff as dreams are made on." ~William Shakespeare This is a quote that came to mind as Rogers Bayfest 2012 wrapped up late Sunday night. That's it folks. It was truly a phenomenal 4-day weekend flanked with astounding talent, unparalleled music, great food and cold beer, […]

Bayfest: Alice Cooper and British heavy metal gods Iron Maiden Collide at music festival

Alice Cooper and his band including former Michael Jackson guitarist, Austrailian prodigy Orianthi Panagaris

Photography provided courtesy of Kerry Belliveau Oh, what a night it was. The metal gods were definitely in the house this weekend flanked by a sea of 17,000 black t-shirt wearing, long-haired raging metal-heads. Rogers Bayfest continued to prove why it's the nation's preeminent summer music festival Saturday night when two of hard rock's most […]

Bayfest: Toby Keith’s fans couldn’t get enough of his Red Solo Cup

Toby Keith rocks the capacity crowd, kicking off Day 1 of Rogers Bayfest 2012

Photography provided courtesy of Kerry Belliveau. Rogers Bayfest made its highly anticipated, supercharged return to our fair city last night at Centennial Park, kicking off its 13th year with none other than country music bad boy and festival alum Toby Keith. The inaugural day of this year’s Bayfest music festival – an exceptional 4-day weekend of music, […]