Set against the backdrop of our stunning estate vineyards, these al fresco concert evenings feature live performances from some of Canada’s most talented musicians. These special evenings also include a delicious three course dinner, prepared by Redstone Chef, Dave Sider. Book your table for the evening and don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes.
Joel Plaskett ~ Friday, June 9th ~ SOLD OUT
Canadian rock musician and songwriter based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He was a member of Halifax alternative rock band Thrush Hermit in the 1990s. Plaskett performs in a number of genres, from blues and folk to hard rock, country, and pop. With his band The Emergency, he has toured throughout North America and Europe with The Tragically Hip, Sloan and Kathleen Edwards. Tickets are $79 per guest + HST.
Jason Collett ~ Thursday, July 20th
Jason Collett is a Toronto-based Canadian singer-songwriter. He has released four solo albums, and is a member of Broken Social Scene. His latest album, Song & Dance Man, was released in February, 2016. He began writing songs at a young age to escape the boredom of his suburban life, and cites Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson and Nick Lowe as influences. Tickets are $69 per guest + HST.
Pretzel Logic ~ Thursday, August 3rd ~ SOLD OUT
At the nexus of jazz, blues and rock lies Steely Dan, the musicians’ band. Pretzel Logic is a 10 piece band of talented musicians, many of whom have enjoyed success with Juno award-winning Canadian artists. They are dedicated to playing those lavish chords, those sexy grooves and singing those unmatched lyrics that comprise the music of Steely Dan. Tickets are $79 per guest + HST.
The Good Lovelies ~ Wednesday, August 16th
A Canadian folk/country harmony trio, consisting of Caroline Brooks, Kerri Ough and Sue Passmore. The group’s three members were all solo artists in the Toronto area when they came together in 2006 to perform at a Christmas concert at Toronto’s Gladstone Hotel. Their album The Good Lovelies won the Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year at the 2010 Juno Awards. Tickets are $79 per guest + HST.
Crash Vegas ~ Sunday, September 10th
Toronto folk-rock heroes Crash Vegas are getting ready to play their first shows in over 20 years – or so. The impetus for the reunion ~ the reissue their iconic Malcolm Burn-produced 1990 debut, Red Earth. It’s out on April 14 on vinyl and, for the first time, digital. Vocalist Michelle McAdorey, guitarist Colin Cripps and drummer Ambrose Pottie will be reunited and joined by other acclaimed musicians. Tickets are $69 per guest + HST.