2-day music festival coming to Muskoka Wharf Sports Field this June



Tall Pines Music and Arts Festival, a two-day, community-focused, culturally-curated outdoor event, is coming to Muskoka for its inaugural year, taking place June 4 and 5 at Muskoka Wharf Sports Field.

Kicking off the highly anticipated 2022 summer festival season, Tall Pines Music and Arts Festival gives music fans the opportunity to come together to celebrate the joys of summer along with some of Canada’s brightest stars.

Announced today by FRC Marketing and partners SiriusXM Canada, Muskoka Brewery, GURU Organic Energy and Muskoka Springs, Tall Pines Music and Arts Festival brings together a diverse all-Canadian lineup featuring over a dozen artists, including headliners Big Wreck and The Beaches. There will be a VIP area, Muskoka Craft Beer Garden, picnic area, local food trucks, craft village, local art installations and more. Early bird pricing for general admission and VIP weekend passes is available until Friday March 4 at 10 pm ET.

“I couldn’t think of a more perfect Canadian backdrop for this event than Muskoka,” said Kevin Goodman, CEO of Front Row Center. “We are really looking to embrace the local community and are excited to work with Mind-Aid, an organization that provides mental health assistance for young people in the region as our charitable partner. We think that the fans, bands and brand partners are going to have a great couple of days filled with a lot of music and Muskoka memories.”

“We are very excited that the Tall Pines Music and Arts Festival has selected Gravenhurst as the picturesque backdrop for this amazing concert lineup,” says Mayor Paul Kelly. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for our community to showcase Gravenhurst, our beautiful Muskoka Wharf and the unique local shops and businesses we have, to new and returning visitors. The upcoming summer season in Gravenhurst is shaping up to be especially eventful with great music, great events and positive energy we’ve all been craving.”

“The summer of 2022 will see a boom in live music events returning to Ontario as we move away from COVID-19 restrictions. Muskoka Tourism is pleased to work with the Tall Pines Music and Arts Festival to amplify the arrival of the largest live music event of the summer to our area. Local businesses look forward to welcoming visitors who attend the festival and enjoy all that the communities in Muskoka have to offer,” adds Janet O’Connell, Muskoka Tourism executive director.

Confirmed artists set to perform at Tall Pines Music and Arts Festival include (in alphabetical order):

Bedouin Soundclash, Big Wreck, Boy Golden, Caveboy, Dear Rouge, Ellevator, Georgia, Harmer, k-os, Orson Wilds, Ruby Waters, Shawnee Kish, Skye Wallace, Sloan, The Beaches and We Were Sharks.

For more information visit tallpinesfestival.com.

This release was issued by Front Row Center Music and Marketing.


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