The Good Lovelies
Juno winners The Good Lovelies are bringing their signature folk-country harmonies to Hilton Beach. These three friends and solo artists came together in 2006 to perform a Christmas concert in Toronto. They quickly realized that together, they were greater than the sum of the parts, and so the Good Lovelies was born. Over the course of their decade-plus career, they’ve covered plenty of stylistic ground, adding tinges of pop, roots, jazz, and even hip-hop to their country folk core.
Suzie Vinnick Band
Ten-time Maple Blues Award winner and three-time Juno Award nominee Suzie Vinnick has been called one of the greatest voices in Canada. Her gorgeous, soaring, and soulful vocals effortlessly blend blues, folk, pop and country to inevitably have her compared to a young Bonnie Raitt. With her personal and heartfelt original lyrics and playful stage presence, Suzie Vinnick has been a favourite of audiences across the world.
Juno winning soul pop vocalist Kellylee Evans makes her inevitable return to the Old Town Hall Concert Series this summer. Following a years-long recovery from a freak accident, Kellylee has returned to singing to release her fifth album, Come On, in Canada in October 2017. This funky Motown album was nominated for the 2018 Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year. A sensitive, honest, and – evidently – resilient performer, Kellylee Evans’ rich, soulful voice and brilliant lyrics embrace all forms of music – soul, jazz, pop, country, hip hop and classical.
The littlest big concert hall in the North!
Our audience enjoys an up-close and intimate performance, with seating for only 250
Our 23rd year
of the finest Canadian talent
The Old Town Hall Concert Series has become known over the years as a venue for the very best of Canadian musical artists. The cream of the crop from the Canadian jazz, classical and popular music scenes have entertained thousands of thrilled concertgoers since 1996. Past performers at the Old Town Hall Concert Series have toured the world, played at the most prestigious concert halls, won Juno awards, and have continued to develop the distinguished image of Canadian musicians internationally.