Trail Tunes

Trail Tunes

Saturday, June 1, 2024

12:00pm – 9:00pm


Trail Tunes event Connects Communities by Trail and by Song

Get out on the trails this International Trails Day for Trail Tunes, a collaborative, regional event connecting over 100kms of trail and rich musical culture between Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, and Clearview Township. Taking place on Saturday, June 1st from 12:00 noon to 9:00 p.m., residents and visitors alike are encouraged to bike or hike from destination to destination, through each community enjoying free, live music at trailheads in each municipality. End with a headliner concert from 7pm to 9pm at the Wasaga Oakview Wood Park in Wasaga Beach featuring Reggaddiction!

Family Cycling Simcoe
Family Cycling Simcoe
Trail Tunes

We have developed a custom cycling route for the Trail Tunes weekend. Ride part of the route or the whole thing – it’s your music-fueled adventure! This map is a guide, listing the three Trail Tunes venues, do not feel obligated to complete the full route.
*Route is a mix of on-road and gravel trail. These roads are not closed for the event, please follow the rules of the road.

Music Line Up

Wasaga Beach – Oakview Woods Park

1724 Mosley Street, Wasaga Beach

Too Nice 

12:00 p.m. 

Too Nice is a 3 piece Wasaga Beach band that consists of 7 instruments. Their beach sound is influenced by the SoCal reggae scene, underground punk bands, and from British ska! By combining these sounds, they have created a reggae punk ska scene for the sandy shores of Georgian Bay and the Canadian Shield.

Freez Careeb

1:30 p.m. 

A high energy Caribbean Dance Band performing both original and cover songs featuring Reggae, Soca, Calypso, Ska and more. Based in Wasaga Beach Ontario Canada

Love Sound Steel Pan Band 

3:00 p.m. 

Aaron “LoveSounD” Seunarine is a professional musician and educator with over 20 years of
experience playing the Steel Pan, Drums, Congas and many other Percussive Instruments.
He is currently a Musical Instructor for the TDSB and has studied at Humber College (both
community school and BA in Music) and Trebas Institute for Audio Engineering and has been
fortunate enough to perform with some of the best in the business and is also part of the Hitmen
Drumming Group and SolePower, whom both do performances for MLSE sporting events and
major companies.
While being a full-time teacher and playing Drums/Percussion in several bands within the city,
LoveSounD also dedicates his time teaching under privileged youth within the GTA, also playing
the Steel Pan at several senior/retirement homes and schools, spreading his love of music to all


7:00 p.m. 

Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, the 10-piece reggae band Reggaddiction came together in 2019,
channeling their passion for reggae music into a distinctive sound that seamlessly fuses the spirit
of Jamaica with Canadian sensibilities. Fronted by the charismatic male and female lead vocalists
D.M., songtress Trish Campbell, and Sunray Grennan the son of the famous Jamaican drummer
Winston Grennan, known for his studio one performances with Bob Marley and the Wailers as
well as the creator of the One Drop reggae rhythm in the
late ’60s. Reggaddiction’s music transports audiences to a sun-soaked paradise, while also
tackling thought-provoking themes.

Collingwood – Shipyards Amphitheatre

2 North Maple Street, Collingwood

Kendall Lily 

12:00 p.m. 

Most at home in front of a microphone with her guitar, Kendall is a seventeen-year-old singer/songwriter with a love for performing live musicTypically performing acoustic sets, Kendall also plays electric guitar, piano and drumsWith a growing library of her own original songs and catalog of cover songs spanning multiple generations and genres of music, Kendall continues to hone her craft and share her love for music through live performances.  Kendall is passionate about sharing story through song, and is currently focused on her songwriting in hopes to start releasing her first singles and an EP in the near future. 



2 Guys with Guitars 

1:00 p.m. 

We are a duo Classic Rock band that also features other music influences
like East Coast and some popular Country. Originally hailing from the east
coast of Canada, we are two Canadian Air Force veterans that have been
performing as a duo in some capacity for over 30 years.
We have evolved over the years from using two simple acoustics and
harmonies at small private parties to now being able to provide a full-band
sound with the support of some foundation tracks. We have played in a wide
variety of venues for a diverse audience.



2:00 p.m. 

A real rock n’ roll show! Fresh, up-in-coming rock act from Wasaga Beach Ontario who’s been making waves all across the province with their new brand of Rock n’ roll. Coupled with a carefully crafted setlist full of hits that’ll be sure to have you dancing and singing all night long! There’s nothing these lads don’t do.

Whisky River 

3:00 p.m. 

Whisky River is a group of four “mature” aged gentlemen, who come from a wide variety of musical experiences. This latest ensemble consists of vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboard and drums/percussion. They have written and recorded much music, both separately and in collaboration with each other. Their sound crosses many borders, from rock to folk and a wee bit of country. The vibe of the band is having a good time, listening to good, well played music. Music which has something to say. That vibe is something that we could all use right now. 

Since entering the Live and Original showcase in Collingwood, they have enjoyed playing at several venues throughout the city. They are more than happy to help this important cause and hope that you will enjoy their performance. We also hope that, in the not too distant future, you will be able to catch them live. 

Clearview – Centennial Park

240 Brock Street, Stayner

Graham Playford 

12:00 p.m. 

From Oro-Medonte, Graham Playford is a singer/songwriter and guitarist. At any one of his shows, Playford’s love for sharing his music with an audience is evident. His debut release ‘Hammer to Steel’ reflects his earliest influences of acoustic folk music, while his more recent material explores elements of roots and soul. These days he’s fascinated with the sound of old hollow body electric guitars and his classical guitar foundation has evolved to incorporate the expressive nature of blues and the explosive power of rock and roll. Graham Playford is a dynamic musician who can perform a solo acoustic show of beautiful ballads and with his talented trio band will keep the dance floor rocking all night long. 



Fedor Bondar 

1:00 p.m. 

Fedor Bondar is a versatile musician and captivating storyteller who harnesses the power of harmonies and vibrations to nurture both the soul and body. His performances, which seamlessly blend voice, guitar, flutes, jaw harps, melodica and a loop pedal, pay homage to ancient traditions of aboriginal people, while also innovating in the modern musical landscape. Since 2012, Fedor has enchanted audiences across Canada, the US, Europe, and Asia, showcasing his talents as a solo artist and collaborator with talented session musicians. His belief in the transformative potential of music to foster kindness and unity resonates throughout his artistry, making him a compelling and impactful performer.
Fedor performed at a variety of venues and festivals in Toronto including Leslieville
Farmers Market, Scarborough Art Center, Sunrise Social (Unbounded), Bampot Teahouse,
Drom Taberna, Toronto Club House, Ecstatic Dance Toronto, Chocolate Groove, Lee’s
Palace Guitar Night, Adelaide Hall (RADIO), Mod Club, Opera House, Amsterdam Bicycle
Club, Supermarket, Horseshoe Tavern, from 2012 to present, showcasing my versatility and
dedication as a musician.


The Elements 

2:00 p.m. 

Fronted by Brian Nabuurs, The Elements are a local, Stayner-based band that has been playing in a post-COVID world at the Stayner Legion Branch 457. Bringing together a friends and family, The Elements perform a variety of rock n’ roll, country hits and classics from all genres.

The Trio+ 

3:00 p.m. 

The Trio+ invites you into a time machine to experience vintage classics from a golden era of soul/R&B music. This eight-piece horn band gets audiences on their feet, celebrating songs that inspired generations to turn down the lights and turn up the volume. The seasoned Boomerang players have shared stages with many well-known artists. Our dynamic horn section rekindles great melodies from Stevie Wonder to Van Morrison to Wilson Pickett and more, and the rhythm section honours the best of studio musicians, from Motown to Stax Records. Our singer, Gary Diggins, grew up near the Detroit River and brings the spirit of soul music that floated on the Motor City airwaves.


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