Canada’s largest free music festival is here for Fathers Day June 15th at the Festival Main Stage in downtown Burlington is a great Family Fun Day!!! The Sound of Music Festival has helped launch the careers of many Canadian acts. Tom Cochrane, April Wine, 54-40, Treble Charger, Carly Rae Jepsen, Tokyo Police Club and many more headlining Canadian bands have performed on one of the festivals many stages.
With numerous stages, a street fest and a kid’s zone, the Sound of Music is four days of fantastic family fun. The Festival Stage is the largest and will feature headlining acts like Teenage Head, Kim Mitchell and The Sheepdogs. A number of smaller stages will feature local upcoming acts and a smorgasbord of musical acts and dance performances.
The Sound of Music Street Fest offers sidewalk sales, licensed patios, and exceptional dining options. Stages will be set up at Ontario, Elgin, Pine and John Streets. John Street will be transformed into a tropical hangout for Saturday’s evening Beach party.
On June 15, the Sound of Music Family Zone will be set up, offering free face painting and different acts geared towards children. Get a free animal balloon and take in acts like Mystic Drumz and Susie Sunshine. Don’t miss Jungle Cat World inside the waterfront gazebo as exotic animals take the stage in the Family Zone.
The Sound of Music is Canada’s largest free music festival and celebrated its 35 anniversary at a fundraiser gala in May 2014. The dinner was headlined by legendary Canadian Musician David Wilcox. The annual fundraiser helps keep Burlington’s spring concert festival free for everyone.