Worthy of any music lover’s drive…
A spectacular opening weekend!
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Welcome to the 2021 edition of the Collingwood Summer Music Festival, featuring world-class music performances by award-winning, internationally-renowned artists.
This year, we have partnered with a professional, multi-camera film production team to capture the nuances of each performance in crisp, realistic detail, bringing a virtual LIVE concert hall experience to your living room and at the DRIVE-IN!
- Amazing visual projections and cinematography during each of the live performances.
- Watch the work of two local painters – Bill Franks and Shandelle McCurdie come to life during two of our events this summer.
- Virtual question & answer sessions to engage directly with your favourite artists.
- FREE outdoor events geared toward youth.
- Afternoon mid-week musical hangouts, in-depth discussions, and more!
Click here to read about how we’re working behind the scenes to keep everyone safe this summer.
– Collingwood Festival Family
The Collingwood Summer Music Festival is excited to announce a new, drive-in experience for this summer.
Join our Artistic Director on Wednesday, April 21 for a free livestream to celebrate the strength and resilience of Collingwood’s arts scene. Daniel...
The Collingwood Summer Music Festival has been awarded a grant by the Canada Heritage Fund, whose objective is to give Canadians access to a variety...
We Need Your Help
Did you know that revenue from ticket sales pays less than one-half of the costs of bringing great music and performers to you? Your donation to the Collingwood Summer Music Festival family helps us to close the gap between ticket revenue and production expenses.
By donating only $20 you can get a tax-deductible receipt for your contribution. Artist Circle donors and up also receive a free DIGITAL pass.
- Thank You
Donations over $20 will receive a Tax Receipt
The Collingwood Summer Music Festival acknowledges that the area in which we work is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat peoples and is subject to Treaty 18, 1818 of the Upper Canada Treaties.
Collingwood Summer Music Festival
4-115 First St., Suite 437
Office: (705) 300-2405
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