About the Music Festival
2 days of amazing Canadian Country, Rock, Surf, Gospel musicians, and Blue Grass!
Free on-site camping for RVs and tents.
AND MUCH, MUCH, MORE!
BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS!
Daily Passes ONLY CA $59.37 incl. CA $4.37 Fee
Weekend Passes ONLY CA $106.05 incl. CA $7.05 Fee
Kids 12 and under are free.
Rush seating. No reservations. Spaces limited. First come, first served.
Meet the Performers
2 days of amazing Canadian Blue Grass, Country, Rock, Surf and Gospel musicians! Click on their photos to go to their websites for more information.
Fremont Street Band
The current lineup of talented musicians of Saskatoon’s Fremont Street Band is Richard Green, Ken Wolfe, and Rick Eastman.
Saskatoon-based Fremont Street Band has performed at local and regional events, including the Sundog Craft Faire at Credit Union Centre, the Saskatoon Exhibition beer gardens, Canada Day at Diefenbaker Park, Somewhere Else Bar and Grill, the 2019 Dragon Boat Festival in Saskatoon, and Pink Cadillacs as well as numerous weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries. The present lineup has been performing together since 2019. The band plays a wide mix of cover songs from classic rock to modern country that is always catchy and great for dancing or listening.
Formed in the spring of 2015, The Garrys use layered 3-part blood harmonies, hazy sun-bleached melodies, classic lo-fi guitar tones, and syncopated surf beats to create a unique “doom-wop” sound, dripping with dark nostalgia and touched by psychedelic dread. Their music is likely to leave you with an urge to do the Watusi, bittersweet thoughts about slow-dancing with your middle school crush, or a nagging feeling that it’s not quite safe to go back into the water.
Brad Johner & The Johner Boys
As music is in the genes, for the past six years Brad has performed hundreds of concerts with his sons as “Brad Johner & The Johner Boys”. Their ‘live’ show is full of energy, stories and comical wit that few performers have come to master as they are astute professionals and true gentlemen of the stage.
Thomas Oakes Band
Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Thomas Oakes is primed to captivate audiences in 2021, as he collaborates with Nolita Studios on his debut album and first solo single. Thomas’s original music is rooted in savoury-toned vocals, magnetizing melodies, and compelling twists of phrase, while his stage shows are backed by his good-times pledge.
Donny Parenteau is one of Canada’s most versatile and dynamic country music singer-songwriters. Donny Parenteau (born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. He is best for known his solo career and his work as a fiddle player, guitarist, and mandolin player for country music singer Neal McCoy. In February 2011, Parenteau signed with the record label 306 Records/EMI Music Canada to help distribute his albums
These are the performers that played during the Music Festival in 2022.