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Live Music + Events

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Concerts in the Vineyard

Temporarily suspended for 2020. 

 

Live Music in the Vineyard

Join us for our live music series featuring various artists every Saturday and Sunday throughout August.

Once you arrive at the winery, follow the signs for the Vineyard Pavilion. Adirondack chairs and picnic tables will be available or bring your own chair/blanket. Wine by the glass and charcuterie boxes will be served from the Vineyard Pavilion.

Canned Heat is open for take-out to bring down to the vineyard to enjoy while listening to local artists. Order on site or by calling ahead 519.427.6934.

Admission is free. Physical distancing guidelines will be in place.

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Saturday, August 1 1-4pm
The Paddy Stones
The Paddy Stones play pub favourites from Ireland, Scotland, East Coast, and Sea Shanties.
Sunday, August 2 1-4pm
Cameron & Cameron
Cameron & Cameron perform an acoustic eclectic mix of folk, pop, rock & traditional covers & originals as a duo & solo.
Saturday, August 8 1-4pm
Felicia McMinn
McMinn’s raspy voice and distinctive edge, combined with her malleable personal and musical expression, defy societal norms.
Sunday, August 9 1-4pm
Ian McAllister
Saturday, August 15
No Live Music
Sunday, August 16 1-4pm
Grey Sky
Grey Sky brings new versions of the favourites of today and of the standards of our youth. Relax and chill while we entertain from Bob Dylan to Adele.
Saturday, August 22 1-4pm
Sunday, August 23 1-4pm
Doug Feaver
Doug's innate musicality and wide experience of musical styles provide him with a large palette from which to work. Doug's strong, robust vocals and his proud Canadian spirit come through in his original songs.
Saturday, August 29 1-4pm
Felicia McMinn
McMinn’s raspy voice and distinctive edge, combined with her malleable personal and musical expression, defy societal norms.
Sunday, August 30 1-4pm
Paige Warner
Warner has an endearing awkwardness about her that makes her relatable to an audience, but sings like song is her first language.
 

Crafts at the Kiln

A curated handmade market celebrating the artisans of Norfolk County.

NEW FOR SUMMER 2020: We are going virtual! Join us at craftsatthekiln.com for a unique online shopping experience during the month of August. Show your support for your fave local artists, discover exciting new wines from Burning Kiln Winery, and even get recommendations on books to read and shows and movies to watch while in isolation!

Full vendor list coming soon!

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