Bluez Brotherz (Blues)

Saturday, 2:30 p.m., New Sudbury Shopping Center

The well-known and beloved Bluez Brotherz will be here again this year with their band to give us some rockin' blues music! What a way to finish off our car show!

Ella (Acoustic)

Saturday, 8:00-8:30 p.m., Rotary Park, Adanac Skil Hill

Ella Malleau is a musical interpret/singer songwriter, who has played with a number of different music groups. She has played with francophone band 'Le Paysagiste' and a number of French artists, has written music for a local musical theatre piece in 2012 called 'The Reasons We Fight' with UP Theatre, and has also recently done an original collaboration with two other artists for the Converse Rubbertracks studios in Boston, MA.


Nickel City Wind Ensemble (Classical)

Sunday, 12 p.m., New Sudbury Shopping Center

Winners of the Silver Medal at the Northern Ontario Music Festival, this group is comprised of local woodwind, brass and percussion players from high school to retirees. Enjoy a wide range of music including folk, marches, lyrical ballads, pop, and movie themes.

Les Frérots Rochers (Rock)

Sunday, 1 p.m., New Sudbury Shopping Center

This bilingual rock band, created in Sudbury Ontario, consists of Donald Thibéault and two diverse pairs of brothers. The band frequently collaborates with other musicians to deliver performances in a wide variety of styles such as reggae and progressive rock.

Alain Lessard (Francophone)

Sunday, 3 p.m., New Sudbury Shopping Center

Alain Lessard released his first CD in 2013, which offers 10 original French language songs. After several interview with local French radio stations in Ontario, Radio Canada CBC 99.9 then began to play his song “J’aime la vie” and promoted it via an interview that made him known to English-speaking Sudburians. Alain's inspiring CD encourages listeners to work towards their dreams and pursue what's what's in their heart.

Fagroongala (Folk)

Sunday, 4 p.m., New Sudbury Shopping Center

This quartet of accomplished musicians perform songs from Irish, Scottish and French-Canadian heritage, but jazz, funk, and classical music creep in to some of their arrangements. Duncan Cameron, plays fiddle, bouzouki, and tin whistle. Pierre Laframboise, plays guitar and cajón. Brittany Goldsborough plays double bass, and Jane Russell plays violin and viola.