Sound of Music releases the schedule for the 40th anniversary event.

som3 100By Staff

April 24th, 2019

BURLINGTON, ON

 

Sound of Music Festival has released the free concert lineup for Father’s Day Weekend, June 13-16, in Spencer Smith Park and throughout the downtown core.

Cowboy junkies

Cowboy junkies are part of the free Sound of Music Festival that begins June 13th to 16th

The shows offer up a huge variety of music for all ages including: Terri Clark, Lonestar, Grandson, Hollerado, Hawksley Workman, David Wilcox, Bedouin Soundclash, Dear Rouge, Cowboy Junkies, Skydiggers, Madeline Merlo, Classic Albums Live, Freedom Train, and so many more.

Visit soundofmusic.ca for the full lineup and show times.

Events and activities include

Club Series – June 9-12,
Silver Series presented by Schlegel Villages – June 14,
Downtown Streetfest presented by Burlington Downtown Business Association – June 14-16 and
Family Zone – June 15-16
plus the Grande Festival Parade on June 15!

Amp up your experience with a VIP upgrade to Sweet Seats and FrontRow for TD Stage.

Black Mountain

Black Mountain is part of the ticketed event offering that begins June 8th.

Tickets are moving fast for Sound of Music’s Kick Off event featuring performances on Saturday, June 8th by Bush, Live, Monster Truck, Headstones, Crown Lands, Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion and The Castor Troys.

“With so much competition for the entertainment dollar in our market, it was critical that we offer an amazing value to our ticket buyers. The kick-off provides needed funds to keep Father’s Day Weekend free, and I have to say, at current prices, there isn’t a better value ticket in Ontario!”, says Rusak.

The Festival is currently recruiting for volunteers.

June 8 – 16, 2019 will mark Sound of Music Festival’s 40th edition.

Sound-of-Music-Festival-2017 large crowd

It doesn’t get much better than this.

Every year in June, Burlington comes alive with the largest music event of the year. Well over 200,000 people come to enjoy concerts spanning all genres. Through the generosity and support of sponsors and the dedication of volunteers, the event continues to be free on Father’s Day Weekend for music lovers of all ages.

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