June 4th, 2022 – 10am to 6pm
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 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. residents and visitors are encouraged to bike or hike, through Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and Clearview enjoying free, live music at trailheads in each municipality, ending with a headliner concert at Centennial Park in Clearview!
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 – Wasaga RecPlex Rotary Band Shell
1724 Mosley Street, Wasaga Beach
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Based in Toronto Eamon McGrath operates with a fierce DIY attitude and constantly-changing style that has guided McGrath across the globe on countless tours, mining stories from which have been cultivated in innumerable journal entries and song lyrics.
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Sorority is an all girl DJ collective , throwing parties in Bruce, Grey and Simcoe County.
Shipyard Kitchen Party
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
With roots in Scotland, Newfoundland and Georgian Bay, we blend traditional instrumentation with humour, artistry and history to tell Canadian stories, our stories and even your stories in original ways.
Collingwood – Shipyards Amphitheatre
2 North Maple Street, Collingwood
Jenny Howes Duo
12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Husband and wife, Jenny and Daryl have been performing together since 2015, playing local venues, restaurants, private events and weddings in the Greater Toronto Area. After falling in love with the mountain and the beach, the Jenny Howes Duo decided to make a permanent move; settling in, and making the shores of Georgian Bay their home.
Influenced by a wide variety of music, the couple is known for taking your traditional pop, classic rock, and grunge favourites; and making them all their own.
With percussion-soaked rhythm, feel good melodies, and rich, soulful vocals; the Jenny Howes Duo provides a captivating and undeniable experience for their listeners.
1:00 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Based out of Collingwood, Ontario, Honeymoon Phase’s husband and wife Nelson Beattie (saxophone) and Laura Beattie (vocals/guitar) are lovers of music that makes you feel. They combine the songwriting tradition found in folk, classic rock, and indie/alt rock music, and combine it with jazz and soul compositions. Their original EP ‘Everything is Better With You’ is now available on all streaming platforms. In addition to original songs, Honeymoon Phase presents a wide repertoire of well-loved songs spanning several decades and genres, putting their own unique spin on things.
Nelson holds his LLCM from the London College of Music, and Laura holds a Master of Arts in Popular Music & Culture.
2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Canadian violinist, Victoria Yeh, offers a unique musical flair….dynamic and progressive. The violin as it’s rarely seen.
Classically trained, Victoria combines the purity of her musical heritage with the edginess of progressive fusion. She lights up the stage with her infectious energy, her passions and her distinctive style, captivating audiences across Canada.
Yeh performs both acoustically and with her brilliant red electric violin, appearing as both a solo artist, and with her original band, The Spirit Awakens.
3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
“The power of soul can never be extinguished.” There’s still a misconception that the only authentic Soul music came from Detroit, Memphis, and Muscle Shoals. But since that heyday in the 1960’s, it’s been proven repeatedly that Soul music can be made anywhere, and at any time, so long as the artist is able to lay themselves bare and tell their story…. Alas, Queen M was born. Neo soul mixed with vintage Motown and Reggae influences.
Clearview – Centennial Park
240 Brock Street, Stayner
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