Tomorrow is the Hootenanny On Hunter Street, the all-day “festival for everyone.” From 11am to 10:30pm, Hunter Street between Aylmer and George will be shut down with a stage set up, skateboard demonstrations, patios, craft vendors, and a badass lineup of music.
The Hootenanny On Hunter Street, the annual summer street party and music festival, is back for its fifth year. On August 8, Hunter Street in the Cafe District (Aylmer to George) will be shut down for a full day of free music, food, vendors, patios, and good times.
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From the streets of Brooklyn, via the hills of Appalachia and the bars of New Orleans, and coming straight to the Gordon Best Theatre, it’s Roosevelt Dime. This “mardi-grass” band is in Peterborough this Saturday, June 27. I recently caught up with frontman Andrew Green. We talked about musical influences, the Brooklyn scene, and venturing north of the border.
B-B-B-B-BONUS EPISODE!!! The Bandwagon season is done, but today, they’re headed to McThirsty’s Pint for a special bonus episode. Watch Travis Berlenbach of MacArthur Clark perform “My Soul to Keep.”
This past weekend at George Street United Chruch, the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra closed out their 2014-15 season with a program titled Summer in Vienna, featuring guest soloist Jan Lisiecki. Guest reviewer Karen Hicks was there, and she filed this review:
The Pathway of Fame’s website is getting a makeover. This local institution for almost 20 years honours Peterborough’s arts and culture luminaries with plaques along the walkway by Del Crary Park.
This Thursday, May 27, Toronto’s The Young Novelists will be in town celebrating the release of their second album, made us strangers. I recently spoke to frontman Graydon James about the new album, the evolution of the band, and the best parts of Peterborough.
This weekend, Peterborough is being invaded by an inter-dimensional party band from the future. I sat down with Tupper Ware Remix Party to talk about their mission, their wild live show, and why the 1980s were the greatest epoch of human history.
This Tuesday, May 12, The Wild! are playing the Red Dog. It should be a night of hard-partying, hard-loving, old-school blues rock. I recently interviewed The Wild!’s Dylan Villain – read on to find out what he has to say about music, booze, and playing with conviction.