Upcoming events in Halton, Ontario
A Festival of the Arts for the Arts in All of us!
he Lowville Festival, nestled in the majestic Escarpment country of north Burlington and Milton, celebrates its fifth anniversary with a very special concert featuring the legendary Canadian singer-songwriter DAN HILL, composer of the famous song, Sometimes When We Touch, among others.
This concert will provide an opportunity for a very select number of patrons to experience DAN HILL Up Front and Personal. Capacity in the air-conditioned St. George’s Hall is limited to less than 200, so order your tickets now.
Fast-rising Burlington country-folk singer-songwriter HAYLEY VERRALL will open for DAN HILL.
SAVE and buy $40 ADVANCE & ONLINE/$50 AT THE DOOR
Order tickets Online, or pickup Your tickets at Different Drummer Book Store.
For more Information go to www.lowvillefestival.com
Councillor John Taylor, the unofficial ambassador of the Lowville Festival, provided tremendous support when this festival was a fledgling concept. As a result we had sold-out shows for Liona Boyd and Second City at the 2017 Festival.
We believe in celebrating Lowville as one of the jewels of Burlington, enabled the vision of the Lowville Festival “Festival of the Arts, For the Artist in All of Us” to come to life. The support of the Lowville residents as volunteers and patrons of the performances from the initial festival weekend in 2015 sets the bar high for each succeeding year. Lowville (established in 1853) is a hamlet enhanced by a spectacular geological and geographical setting.
Nestled between Mount Nemo and Rattlesnake Point, Bronte Creek runs through its ‘downtown core’, and there are more trees than can be counted. Lowville’s very existence invites people to relax and let nature’s elements work their magic.