Main Stage

The Festival Main Stage is outdoors in Alexandra Park at Second Street and First Avenue adjoining Orangeville Town Hall. Admission to the Main Stage area and the Opera House is $5 per day or $10 for the entire weekend (Friday to Sunday) and is licensed for beverage service. Limited bleacher and picnic table seating is available, and patrons are encouraged to bring their own folding chairs. Hours of operation are from 8PM to 11PM on Friday, 2PM to 11PM on Saturday and 12 noon to 6PM on Sunday. An excellent selection of food services is provided in the adjoining Vendor area.

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Opera House

The Orangeville Opera House built in 1875 is a beautifully restored performance venue with fixed theatre seating for 273 people featuring excellent sight lines and acoustics. The Opera House is in Orangeville Town Hall at 87 Broadway adjoining the Festival Main Stage area. Admission to the Opera House and the Main Stage area is $5 per day or $10 for the weekend (Friday to Sunday). Hours of operation are noon to 5PM on Saturday and noon to 4PM on Sunday.

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TD Local StarsTent

The TD Canada Trust Local Stars Stage is in the TD lot at 89 Broadway adjoining the Main Stage area. There is covered seating provided in a large tent with excellent sight lines. Programming features some of the very best in local talent and provides a wonderful opportunity for showcasing a broad range of music styles. Admission is FREE.

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Orangeville Public Library

Special workshops will be offered in the Orangeville Public Library featuring Songwriting, Saxophone and Boogie Woogie Piano. The Orangeville Public Library located at 1 Mill Street across the street from the Festival Main Stage and admission is FREE.

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Broadway Ramble

Throughout the Festival there will be many special pop-up performances on historic Broadway taking place on Friday night and on Saturday and Sunday daily. Admission is FREE. Broadway will also feature the Friday Night Blues Cruise, the Saturday Broadway Ramble for the entire family and the Blues & Bikes motorcycle event on Sunday.

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