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Man Machine Poem – A Tragically Hip Show

The Regent Theatre 224 Main Street, Picton, Ontario, Canada

All Things Music presents - A Tragically Hip Show! Man Machine Poem. The music of Canada’s favorite band heard the way it should be – live! A full evening of your favorite Hip songs performed with the live energy the band is known for. MMP is a collaboration of Ontario musicians celebrating the band and music of the Hip, with a high energy front man.


Concert – In Search of Lost Trees

Trinity United Church, Cobourg 284 Division St, Cobourg

In some cultures, trees are revered; in many, they are taken for granted. Ancient wisdom and modern science provide insights into their value for our planet and ourselves. NLC explores the power of trees with David Newland as he hosts this special celebration of trees in words and music. Youth under age 18 enter for free when accompanied by ticket purchaser.


Award Winning Jazz Duo in Concert

Victoria Hall 55 King St. W., Cobourg, Ontario, Canada

Joe Sealy and  Paul Novotny will perform selections from award-winning albums that garnered 2 Juno nominations, a Juno win and an Order of Canada Award for Joe Sealy.


Parrott Gallery hosts Musical Magic!

John M. Parrott Art Gallery 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville, Ontario, Canada

Everyone is welcome to attend this free concert of elegant singing and piano moments presented by the studio of Douglas Von Edelmann. Join us in Gallery 1 at the Parrott Gallery. 


Dean Brody’s Right Round Here Tour

The Empire Theatre 321 Front St., Belleville, Ontario, Canada

Since his debut single “Brothers” hit the US Top-40 back in 2008, Dean Brody has become one of the most beloved Canadian country artists of his generation. A passionate storyteller and unmatched lyricist, Dean has risen and continues to remain at the top of the Canadian country landscape.


Lenka Lichtenberg at AGN

Art Gallery of Northumberland 55 King Street West, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada

Art Gallery of Northumberland hosts Lenka Lichtenberg. Lenka talks about her creative process, and her Juno Award winning album, Thieves of Dreams, with songs from the album.


Red Dirt Skinners @ The MAC

Marble Arts Centre 13 Bridgewater Road, Tweed, Ontario, Canada

Multi-award-winning, genre-defyingly good music! Widely regarded as one of the most innovative acts to come out of the UK in recent years, the sublime genre-defying sound of the Red Dirt Skinners is created by husband and wife team, Rob and Sarah Skinner.


Medusa at Old Church Theatre

Old Church Theatre 940 Bonisteel Rd., Trenton, Ontario, Canada

Wielding a sound that would turn classical music scholars to stone, these four folk musicians are reimagining the Western string quartet. With their forthcoming EP, Medusa’s dynamic arrangement style cross-pollinates the sounds of Middle Eastern, Scandinavian, Celtic, Appalachian, and Eastern European music, as well as original tunes, to create something previously unheard.


Sheer Heart Attack – the Music of Queen

The Regent Theatre 224 Main Street, Picton, Ontario, Canada

Sheer Heart Attack, established in 2016 and named after Queen's third studio album, performed their first concert in Toronto to an overwhelming amount of fanfare. Get ready to hear Queen's hit songs performed with note-for-note perfection. The phenomenal music of one of the most legendary bands of all time. Enjoy this magical experience.


Justin Rutledge at Base 31

Base 31 26-343 County Road 22, Picton, Ontario, Canada

Experience a night down memory lane as Justin Rutledge, a beloved fixture in the Canadian music scene for nearly 20 years, graces Base 31’s Sergeants Mess Hall.