Tall Pines Music & Arts Festival, a community-focused, culturally curated outdoor event, is set to return for its second year at The Muskoka Wharf, taking place June 16th and 17th. Continuing the commitment to support both the community and homegrown talent, the 2023 Tall Pines Music & Arts Festival will feature an all-Canadian line-up, with headliners Blue Rodeo and Matthew Good set to take the stage against the stunning backdrop of Lake Muskoka.
Announced today by FRC Marketing and partners Taboo Muskoka Resort, Cottage Life, Algonquin Outfitters, Muskoka Springs, and Kawartha Dairy, the second-annual Tall Pines Music & Arts Festival features a diverse lineup of over a dozen artists, a local vendor village, food trucks, craft beer, boat parking, picnic grounds, and more. Early bird pricing for GA and VIP weekend passes is available now through December 8th, and $1.00 from every festival ticket sold will be donated to support local Muskoka-based organizations. Admission for children 12 and under is free when accompanied by a GA ticket holder, with the VIP Area restricted to guests 19+.
MPP Graydon Smith, Parry Sound-Muskoka, comments:
“I’m pleased to welcome Tall Pines back to Muskoka for what’s sure to be another successful event celebrating some of Canada’s best artistic talent. There’s no better place for such a festival to be held than here in beautiful Parry Sound-Muskoka.”
Artists confirmed to perform include (in alphabetical order):
I Mother Earth
Jerry Leger & The Situation
The Brandy Alexanders
The Currie Brothers
The Redhill Valleys