Get festive in small halls across Eastern Ontario! The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is bringing big names in music to even more special places this holiday season with its Deck the Halls series.
The Festival is growing its holiday offerings, while presenting 13 shows leading up to Christmas opening with two Juno-nominated artists, the undeniable musical talent of Royal Wood, as well as the Fortunate Ones known for their dynamic live performance and unforgettable harmonies. The Festival is also delighted to bring back Còig, one of Atlantic Canada’s premiere traditional groups, with driving tunes, haunting songs and infectious energy during explosive performances. Newfoundland’s own, The Once, will again fill beloved halls with their modern indie folk take on the holidays – with fun stories thrown in for laughs and good measure.
Small Halls is also at the big hall in partnership with the National Arts Centre, presenting extraordinary evenings of music, featuring A Winter’s Night with Donovan Woods and The Opposition, Skydiggers & Basia Bulat and the legendary, Matt Andersen and Friends with special guest appearances by Terra Lightfoot, William Prince and Joey Landreth.
This is the fourth year of bringing holiday-themed performaces to beloved venues and the biggest series yet, encompassing communities like Athens, Brockville, Delta, Seeley’s Bay, Almonte, Merrickville, Dacre, Pakenham, Manotick and Tweed. The holiday shows are a chance to gather together, celebrate community and dive into the season’s festivities.
Take a break from the holiday hectic and get cozy as we celebrate comfort music and the warmth that special places can bring when discovering new music and reveling in authentic award-winning Canadian artists!