Just because it’s Hillside weekend and thousands of people will be taking in the live shows at Guelph Lake Island doesn’t mean there should be nothing to do in downtown Guelph.
Canadian country rockers Blue Rodeo and folk-pop songstress Serena Ryder are among the main attractions at the sixth annual Riverfest Elora, set for Friday Aug. 22 and Saturday Aug. 23 in Elora’s Bissell Park.
A band put together by longtime Guelph resident Chris Terhune performs this evening (July 17) at a local restaurant.
British Columbia rock band Theory of a Deadman rolls into Guelph for a concert on Friday July 25.
A pair of punk bands, one from Guelph and one from Toronto, play a free show at a downtown club this Saturday night.
An opera troupe will pedal into Guelph for a show at a local church on Thursday July 31 that will showcase music by contemporary Canadian composers.
A huge dance party with a ‘soul train’ is set to take over the Old Quebec Street Mall Saturday night.
Characters from Greek mythology are coming to life in puppet form for a performance at the Evergreen Senior’s Centre.
The Guelph Concert Band will present two Sunday evening shows this summer in Riverside Park, on July 13 and July 20.
Elora Community Theatre will present an abridged version of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream in an outdoor setting from July 18 to 27.