Presenting….Rock & Rumble!
In light of the latest restrictions on outdoor gatherings, we have transformed our family day – Sunday, July 11th into something even greater and grander, including a variety of activities that can be enjoyed by families and youth of all ages.
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The morning features free musical activities for preschoolers taking place outdoors on the lawn.
The afternoon features Collingwood’s very own folk/rock ensemble Shipyard Kitchen Party and the iconic folk singer Jerry Gray, who will lead the drive-in audience in a sing-a-long version of “This Land Is Your Land.”
In the evening, we are screening the award-winning documentary “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World.”
[Edit July 1st: Due to a technical issue the afternoon event has been postponed to a later date TBD]
The County of Simcoe has approved partnership funding from the 2021 County of Simcoe Tourism, Culture and Sport Grant in the amount of $10,000.00 for expenses related to live-streaming and projection of 2021 Collingwood Summer Music Festival events. We have also received support from RTO7 for digital promotion on our social media channels.
Thank you for your wonderful support in our activities!
As we have just officially entered Step 1 of Ontario’s “Roadmap to Reopen” plan, we are happy to extend our early-bird rates all the way to Canada Day – July 1st, giving you more time to decide upon how you would like to join us this summer. Remember, you can join us both virtually from your living room or at the drive-in, via a 900 square-foot screen!
Reminder: All tickets must be purchased prior to each performance. We will not have any box office facilities available at the entry gate. Tickets can be easily purchased online at collingwoodfestival.com or by phone at (705) 300-2405.