Live Music + Events




Concerts in the Vineyard

An annual concert series hosted overlooking the vineyards with past artists varying from, Jim Cuddy to April Wine.

Waterford Old Town Hall


Elliott BROOD

in concert at

Burning Kiln Winery

JULY 25th, 2021 2PM


Elliott BROOD is a three-piece Folk Rock Alt Country band based in Hamilton, Canada. Their brand of fuzzed-up roots music has always made for a captivating, and frenetic live performance. That energy has always translated onto the band’s five previous critically acclaimed records. In 2013 the band won a Juno Award for their World War One inspired album “Days Into Years”. Over the course of their career they have been nominated for a total of five Juno awards. In 2009 they were shortlisted for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize and in 2012 the band found themselves nominated for a Genie Award for their original song “West End Sky” that was featured in the film Grown Up Movie Star. Their style has been called everything from ‘blackgrass’ to ‘death country,’ but those descriptions don’t capture the transcendent heights of their unique approach to roots music. Fall 2017 will see the band release their sixth full-length studio album “Ghost Gardens” via Paper Bag Records. 

Tickets go on sale Sunday, July 11 at noon. 



Live Music in the Vineyard

A weekly music series hosted throughout the summer which focuses on local musicians. Enjoy each artist as they perform live while overlooking the vineyard. 

No reservations are required and attendees are welcome to bring their own chairs or blankets.  Wine by the glass and charcuterie will be available for purchase in the pavilion adjacent to the performances.

Live Music is an outdoor event and may be canceled due to inclement weather.  


Live Music is sponsored by 
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Friday, July 16

Canceled due to inclement weather.

Sunday, July 18


Friday, July 23


Sunday, July 25


Friday, July 30


  • The Treeline

    The Treeline is a Canadiana Folk band who strive to capture the personalities and diverse landscapes of rural Canada. With thoughtful arrangements, intelligent lyrics and graceful melodies, their songs are authentic and formed from personal experiences. The six members of the group love to make music together. Their friendship is magnetic and inviting for audiences of all ages. The Treeline is based in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada. 

Sunday, August 1


  • Doug Feaver

    Professional singer-songwriter, performer, guitarist, harmonica player, storyteller from Grimsby Ontario. Folk, rock, country, blues, grass, originals, and covers.

Friday, August 6


  • NLX Music

    NLX hails from a proud legacy of ‘BS-free Northern songwriting women. Raised in the icy shadows of Hamilton, Canada’s steel city smoke stacks, she ventured south to NYC where the seeds of inspiration took root. She has released five independent records that have met with strong approval from AAA radio across N. America.

Sunday, August 8


  • Paige Warner

    An artist that began her music career as a busker in a local market, Paige Warner now takes her mesmerizing voice, relatable lyrics, and catchy tunes to ears across the country. Warner accompanies herself on piano and guitar and loves to create songs to either move your body or your heart.

Friday, August 13


  • Felicia McMinn

    Felicia McMinn returns as a Burning Kiln favourite to perform her signature combination original songs, as well as folk, pop, and rock covers, reimagined by McMinn to highlight her raspy voice and distinctive edge.

Sunday, August 15


  • Pat & Mike

    Patrick Campbell and Michael Hogg are the acoustic duo, “Pat & Mike”, performing contemporary and classic folk, light rock, country, bluegrass and instrumentals from various genres.

Friday, August 20


  • Cameron & Cameron

    Cameron & Cameron Perform an acoustic eclectic mix of folk, pop, rock & traditional covers & originals as a duo & solo artists. Their setlist ranges from Elvis to Green Day and everything in between.

Sunday, August 22


  • Felicia McMinn

    Felicia McMinn returns as a Burning Kiln favourite to perform her signature combination original songs, as well as folk, pop, and rock covers, reimagined by McMinn to highlight her raspy voice and distinctive edge.

Friday, August 27


Sunday, August 29


  • The Paddy Stones

    The Paddy Stones are comprised of two acoustic guitar playing gents who have entertained crowds for over 5 years. with pub favourites from Ireland, Scotland, the East Coast and Sea Shanties with plenty of song variations. They love to get the audience involved and having a great time with lots of toasts of slainte, cheers, and fun songs.


Wine + Wellness Wednesday's

Restore and revive with classes that vary from yoga and meditation to daily journaling.  Each class can be purchased individually and includes a glass of wine.