Music & Events

March 17 5:00 PM

O’Capers St. Patrick’s Day Party

Green pints will be poured and Irish ballads will be played. Join us on March 17th as we celebrate everything magical about the Emerald Isle. 

Music line up: 

5-8 PM - Melanie Hilmi
8-11 PM - Mayhemingways

We'll also feature a special Irish-kiss inspired cocktail! Wear your green and show your Irish pride!

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March 17 8:00 PM


Mayhemingways are an alt-country, bluegrass, and Cajun music duo from the musical hotbed of Peterborough, Ontario. Their music drifts timelessly between traditional music and something brand new. Benj Rowland sings lead vocals and plays numerous instruments including accordion, banjo, guitar, and foot pedal bass. Josh Fewings adds back-up vocals and percussion. Their sound is full and so is their touring resume, having toured as far west as Dawson City, Yukon twice and numerous times to the Maritimes and Newfoundland. The duo recently released their first self-titled EP, recorded by James McKenty who has worked with great Canadian acts like Blue Rodeo, The Sadies, Cuff the Duke, Gordon Pinsent, and many more. Their music fits in many settings, from quiet house concerts to big festivals.

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March 23 5:00 PM

Vince Thornton

Vince Thornton is a classically trained pianist and self-taught guitarist who currently fronts the Quinte area trio, The Pitiless Fools.  On this occasion, he will be performing stripped-down, unplugged classics in an intimate setting by artists ranging from David Bowie and The Police to Tom Petty and The Tragically Hip.

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March 24 5:30 PM

PEC Jazz Dinner and Concert

Support the Prince Edward County Jazz Education Program

Enjoy a three course dinner followed by music from the talented Barbra Lica and Guido Basso

5:30 PM - Cocktails 

6:30 PM - Dinner 

7:30 PM - Concert 

Ticket Price is $90 per person. 

Buy your tickets online or call 613-968-7979. Please select your main course with your ticket purchase. Menu available for preview below.  

All proceeds go to the Prince Edward County Jazz Education Program. This event is generously sponsored by: Dr. & Mrs. William Hern, Pinnacle Music Studios, Mark Rashotte, Trica & Mike Stiff, Roli & Linda Tipper, Tipper Financial Services.

For more information on PEC Jazz and upcoming events, visit their website.

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March 24 8:00 PM

Victor Cooper

Victor was born in Plattsburgh New York and since has traveled much of the world producing outdoor television. Music has been a staple in Victor’s life for the past 20 years and recently he has experienced an overflow of original writing “I have a bad habit of putting my foot in my mouth. Music is an opportunity for me to collect my thoughts, put them down on paper, and then deliver them. Without music I think I would be in trouble a lot more frequently.” Playing in and around the Quinte area, Victor has been able to fulfill his passion for performing in his very occasional free time. He now lives in Quinte west with his wife Jodi.

March 31 8:00 PM

Ali McCormick

Ali McCormick is a songwriter originally from Lavant Station, a tiny bush community tucked within the Lanark Highlands of Ontario, Canada. Raised on an off-grid subsistence farm where artistic expression knew no bounds; she developed creative sensibilities, intimacy with nature and fiery independence rare for her generation.

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April 06 5:00 PM

Shawn Dore

Jaw dropping guitar and vocals with grooves that you wish would never end! Shawn "Deepwater" Dore is a solo artist that performs a folk blues / roots mix of covers (Robert Johnson, Booker White, Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, etc.) as well as a great selection of originals from his first album "Watch My Back" with the Shawn Dore Band, and his upcoming album. Also having the ability to involve and connect with the audience, you will surely leave a Deepwater Dore show with a lasting impression.

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April 07 8:00 PM

Pat Maloney

“[Pat Maloney’s] music is soulful, honest, hilarious and smart” – Fingers on Blast, 2015

Pat Maloney went out on a limb.  He put in his notice, hopped in the car and did it.

Root Rot and Repotting, two full-length recordings, and a two-part series, describe a transition from village to town to city.  From school and working world to creative freedom.  Both records are sold out of the first run, planted with care all over Canada and The United Kingdom.

Followers know to love Pat’s handcrafted stop-motion animated music videos.  Whether he uses chalk, or felt, or a house-plant leaf, the videos are entertaining examples of some very quirky, DIY film-making.

RIGHTHERE is Pat’s first fully acoustic, live-in-studio album.  Set for release in June 2016, digitally on the Be One Music label.   The record is an honest representation of his live show, featuring songs about touring in England’s rugged midlands, his travels across Canada and his life in Toronto.

Pat Maloney is the 2015 winner of The Canadian Organization of Campus Activities’ (COCA) “Singer-Songwriter of the Year”.

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April 13 5:00 PM

Sarah Beatty

Singer-songwriter Sarah Beatty is Woody Guthrie meets Feist. Quirky, catchy, gutsy, and always with a seriously deep groove. With sugar plum vocals, engaging melodies, and picture painted lyrics, her songs land with an impact and her performances might just charm you right out of your seat.

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April 14 8:00 PM

Head Over Heels Duo

Head over Heels is an acoustic guitar/vocal duo from the Kingston, Ontario area. Veteran singer-songwriter-guitarist Kevin Head and vocalist Vanessa Burnett, perform a diverse mix of

original music and interpreted covers of folk, jazz, classic rock and contemporary tunes. Their engaging and playful onstage rapport has endeared them to many audiences in Eastern

Ontario. Kevin recently released his third CD of original music - recorded with Vanessa and a full band, live in Gananoque, Ontario.

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April 20 5:00 PM

Jack Pine

 Jack Pine's namesake is a rising phoenix of the forest – the windswept tree whose seed

is sown by fire.  Jack hollers and howls like a lone wolf, spitting wry words and tall tales.

His songs tell stories of lost souls and forgotten truths, and his lyricism blends powerful 

imagery with dark humour and biting social commentary. In September 2017, Jack Pine

and The Fire released their 2nd full­ length album, Left To Our Own Devices

on CD, LP, and Pinecone. Written largely in seclusion in a private ancestral island, the eclectic new 

songs explore all our relationships ­ with ourselves, with each other, and with the earth

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April 21 8:00 PM

Dustin Bird

At 20-years old, rising Canadian artist Dustin Bird is already pushing the boundaries of modern country music.His sound, characterized by catchy guitar riffs, head-bobbing melodies and pop backbeats behind his full-bodiedcountry vocals, is a seamless conglomeration of his influences.

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April 27 5:00 PM

Chris Bonham-Carter

Chris Bonham-Carter is a guitarist from Prince Edward County who has been playing shows around the area for over 10 years. Chris began playing guitar in 2002 and studied musical theory with Drew Ackerman for over 5 years. With a list of songs that span across 7 decades, there is not much he can’t play. You can catch him regularly at the many wineries and breweries in the Bay of Quinte area. 

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April 28 8:00 PM

Cathy Hutch

NB Singer/Songwriter Cathy Hutch has previously recorded in Nashville and her co-written song about her daughter Kristy, called “I’m In Here,’ has become known around the world as the Anthem for Autism.

Cathy writes, sings and performs from the heart.  Her music beautifully expresses her love of classic rock and blues, along with soul-stirring ballads, and her lyrics are at once poignant yet uplifting.  Cathy’s newest album, called Free Wheelin’, (produced and engineered by legendary Paul Milner) is a testament both to joy and the resilience of the human spirit.

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May 02 7:00 PM

The Laramie Project


Join us for a riviting night at the theatre. Options available for show only, dinner and a lunch matinee. Click the link below to review show times and ticket prices. 

Show description:

In October 1998, a twenty-one-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severly beaten, and left tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming. His bloody, burised, and battered body was not discovered until the next day, and he died several days later in an area hospital. His name was Matthew Sheppard, and he was the victim of this assault because he was gay. Moises Kaufman and fellow members of the Tectonic Theatre Project made six trips to Laramie over the course of a year and a half, in the aftermath of the beating and during the trial of the two young men accused of killing Sheppard. They conducted more than 200 interviews with the people of the town. Some people interviewed were directly connected to the case, while others were citizens of Laramie, and the bredth of the reactions to the crime is fascinating. Kaufman and Tectonic Theater members have constucted a deeply moving theatrical experience from these interviews and their own experiences in Laramie. The Laramie Project is a breathtaking collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable.

"A pioneering work of theatrical reportage and a powerful stage event" - Time Magazine

If you have any questions on tickets or about the show, please contact Mike Kirby by email at: villagetickets@gmail.com or by phone/text 343-263-8434. 

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May 04 5:00 PM

The Remedy Duo

Jamie Murphy and Jamie Sharp have been playing music together for over a decade.  They are founding members of the

 popular Hasting County band The Remedy, playing a mix of rock ‘n’roll, roots, county and rhythm and blues.The

 duo embraces the opportunity to let the heart and soul of the songs shine through in an intimate acoustic setting.

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May 11 5:00 PM

Chris Staig

Chris Staig is a Toronto based guitarist and singer/songwriter. Over the years Chris has had the pleasure of lending his talents on guitar to many different musical ventures. As a singer/songwriter Staig has released multiple solo albums throughout his career. His fifth album entitled “Shack by the Tracks”  was released in February 2015, with an Ontario tour to support it. Staig's current band for live performances, The Marquee Players, consists of Stephen O’Toole on the bass, Shelley Coopersmith on violin and mandolin, and Ian Mackay on the drums. Chris Staig and the Marquee Players have maintained a monthly residency at Toronto’s fabled Hole in the Wall for the past two years. They also perform many shows monthly around Ontario, both as a full band or as an acoustic trio. Chris Staig duo consists of himself and Shelley Coopersmith on the violin and mandolin.  

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May 12 8:00 PM

Spencer Evans

Spencer Evans was born in Picton, grew up around the Quinte area, and graduated from B.C.I.

Spencer plays piano, clarinet, accordion and sings! He has been a professional musician over 20 years. He has played Bermuda to Bosnia, New Orleans to the North Pole, and has worked with The Cowboy Junkies, Sarah Harmer,Pat Temple,Jill Barber,The Good Lovelies,Willie P. Bennett, Jeff Healey, Dan Aykroyd, Willie P. Bennett, Alex Pangman, Maria Muldaur, among countless others.

Spencer has appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CBC Radio’s The Vinyl Café with Stuart McLean, MUCHmusic and CMT.

A resident of Kingston for several years, Spencer keeps busy playing with numerous local bands such as Bloom, Pico de Gallo, Ghetto Xpress,Funkyfrenz, The River Cats (on the Island Queen)and various jazzy combos.

May 19 8:00 PM

Adam Karch

Although Adam Karch is from Montreal, his music embodies the spirit of Americana like a scenic ride across the country.  He plays a hybrid acoustic blues that consists of precise fingerpicking that recalls players such as Chet Atkins and Kelly Joe Phelps, along with an innovative percussive technique that is thoroughly modern, while somehow primal and anchored in tradition.

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