This year’s line-up for the 10th “Maybe Annual” Coney Island Music Festival is booked and Coney is going to be rocking on Sunday, July 29th!
Last year was a big success with entertainment provided both on the main stage and the new dock-side / Argyle stage.
Dock-side stage entertainment will get going on the Sunday at 11:00am with Ryan Van Belleghem, Reilly Scott, Dryden’s Tyler Wood, Jesse McIsaac, Ted O’Flaherty, Lindsay Thompson, Jackson Klippenstein, Missy Jacobson and Uriah Toews.
These incredibly talented musicians will entertain throughout the day as they also welcome those coming off of the MS Kenora, which is once again providing transportation. Green Adventures, Legacy Tours and Tall Pines Marina will also be providing shuttle service this year. It’s recommended that attendants do indeed use the shuttles, as docking space at the Festival will be limited.
Getting things going on the main stage will be Kenora’s Pat Brett. Swing Sonic ft. Greg Leskiw, Mike Procyshyn and Lonesome Boxcar, Brent Parkin and the Stingers will follow, and Shred Kelly will be taking to the stage to close out the show!
You may wonder where the “Maybe” comes from. This event couldn’t happen without volunteers and fundraising. Wawanesa and Standard Insurance have definitely given the festival a boost with their generous support. The Festival is always looking for donations and patrons can make donations here!
Q104 is a proud sponsor of this incredible music festival and you can hear more when co-founder of the Coney Island Music Festival, Ferg Devins joins Ken O’Neil tomorrow on the Q Morning Show just after 8:00am!