Founded in 1993, the Huntsville Festival of the Arts has grown to become one of Canada’s most significant and highly acclaimed arts festivals.
Today the Festival covers a broad spectrum of classical and contemporary music events, as well as dance, theatre, literature, children’s cultural activities and public celebrations.
Starting in 2005 Huntsville’s new Algonquin Theatre became principle venue. In addition, several Huntsville locations are used including Trinity United Church, Muskoka Heritage Place, Deerhurst Resort Pavilion and the Town Centre’s outdoor gazebos and waterfront.
July 2nd – The Songs & Stories of Stompin Tom
July 5th – The Canadian Brass
July 6th – Jesse Cook
July 12th – Black Umfolosi
July 14th – The Piano Men
July 15th – Piaf Encore – Kerry Stratton
July 19th – The Jerry Cans
July 20th – Hawksley Workman
July 22nd – Kyung-A-Lee
July 23rd – Jazz in the Garden
July 26th & 27th – Natalie MacMaster & Donell Leahy
July 29th – Nuit Blanche North
August 3rd – Lighthouse
August 4th – Toronto All-Star Big Band
August 5th – Robi Botos & Jackie Richardson
August 9th – Corb Lund
August 10th – 12th – Tales From Muskoka – A Celebration of Stina Nyquist
August 11th – Esmerelda Enrique Spanish Dance Co.
August 17th – The Last Waltz
August 18th – Steve Patterson
August 21st – Colin James
August 26th – Last Night at the Proms
For tickets and more information visit huntsvillefestival.on.ca or call the Box Office at 705.789.4975.