What is the schedule of shows?

To see the full schedule of shows and community events, head to the Schedule Page.

Where are the ticket outlets?

Tickets are available online, by phone, and in some cases locally in participating communities. Please email us for more information at thefestivalofsmallhalls@gmail.com

What if I experience difficulty purchasing tickets online?

Give us a call at (613) 402-1425. Alternatively, the phone number for our ticketing company, Front Gate Tickets, is 1-(888) 512-7469. Or you can email us at thefestivalofsmallhalls@gmail.com

Where can I stay nearby (hotel)?

There are beautiful lodges, inns and bed & breakfasts within close proximity to our venues. Please visit the Lodging Page.

How can I get involved in the Festival of Small Halls as a volunteer in my community?

If we are coming to your community, please get in touch with us and let us know. We will forward your details to the head of the Host Organization in your town, and see you there.

How can a business sponsor The Festival of Small Halls?

We’d love to hear from you! Please send an email with your expression of interest to thefestivalofsmallhalls@gmail.com

What can I bring/not bring?

Please don’t bring outside food/alcohol/cameras with flashes/bad attitudes.

Will there be an ATM?

More than likely, no.  Please bring cash with you for door sales, merch and in certain locations, intermission snacks, and community events held before the shows. Visit our Community Events Page for more information.

Will there be a cash bar?

Concerts held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights will have a cash bar with the exception of: Union Hall (Mississippi Mills), St. Andrews United Church in Pakenham and Spencerville United Church and St. John’s United Church in Brockville. Concerts held on Sunday afternoons are not licensed, with the exception of venues hosting Chef’s Table events.

What is the parking situation?

Parking will be specific to each hosting venue.

Is accessible parking available?

In most cases, accessible parking is available. Please call us if you have specific questions (613) 402-1425

Are the participating venues accessible?

Most, but not all Small Halls are accessible. Scroll to the bottom of each HALL page and look for the 13866917_683950415088348_975080750_n symbol to see which venues are accessible.

Where is the venue and how do I get there?

Please take a look at the Locations Map for more information. Unfortunately there will not be public transportation offered to these venues.

Can I leave and come back (re-entry)?


Are service animals allowed?


How do I get a media/press pass?

For all publicity inquiries, please contact Rosanne Lake at publicity@thefestivalofsmallhalls.com

For all other inquiries, please e-mail us

How can I get involved in the Festival of Small Halls as an artist?

At present, the Festival of Small Halls is an entirely curated festival, managed by the festival’s artistic team. We do not have the ability to accept or respond to artist queries, and so we ask that you do not contact us to request being booked for the festival.

What do you look for in selecting your small halls and how can we submit our Small Hall to be considered for 2020?

Hall Submissions for the 2019 festival are now closed. For information on applying for the 2020 series, please follow this link: HALL SUBMISSIONS