Entertainment

The Rosseau Farmers Market is proud to offer live entertainment every Friday under the gazebo. From local bands to fiddle music to a steel drum orchestra, there is something for everyone!

 
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Fernglen Fiddleheads - June 29, August 31

The group began in 2007 when two of the founding members formed an open music night, meeting once a week at a local church, inviting all to join in and play fiddle tunes.
In 2009 the members decided that jamming was fun but playing actual gigs could be a reality and they formed a band. It wasn't long before their popularity grew and they were being sought after to perform at local events.

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Northern Lights Steel Orchestra - july 13, august 3

One of the largest steelpan groups in North America, the Northern Lights Steel Orchestra is a non-profit organization with the simple goal of promoting the steelpan art form. Having taken this sweet sounding Caribbean instrument beyond a novel form of tropical entertainment, the NLSO delivers an impressive fusion of musical styles for maximum enjoyment while adding a unique bit to the cultural life of the community. 

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Tobin Spring - july 20, august 24

Tobin Spring has been entertaining crowds around Muskoka for the past 15 years.  His large repertoire of songs enables him to bring the right vibe to every event. Whether it’s getting the dace-floor rocking, or setting a laid-back mood, Tobin is always a great fit!

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Sean Cotton - july 27, august 10

Sean Cotton, who plays guitar as well as sings, manages percussions using his guitar case. He describes his music as having a 70s feel from the stylings of greats, such as Bill Withers, Van Morrison and Waylon Jennings. Sean moved up to the area four years ago after living in Toronto and working as a full-time touring musician. 

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John and Lori - july 6, august 17

John and Lori are a husband and wife duo that have been preforming together for years. They are a mainstay at the Rosseau Farmers market and we're happy to have them back again this year.