This is the largest stage of the Festival, where our headliners perform. Located in the Waterfront at Downtown Burlington (formerly Spencer Smith Park), this stage has played host to Finger11, Sloan, Tom Cochrane, Kim Mitchell, Devo, Men Without Hats, Carly Rae Jepsen and many more performers over the years of the Festival.
This stage is at the west end of the Waterfront at Downtown Burlington. The second largest venue of the Festival features a large licensed area, where all ages can enjoy blues, country and rock performances.
This stage is located at Civic Square, in front of Burlington's City Hall on Brant Street (at John Street). Complete with a wine garden, this intimate setting with tables and chairs fills up fast. Within the square, food is available to purchase from a different local restaurant each day.
Burlington Hyundai Community Stage
This stage, showcasing local talent, is located behind the Waterfront Hotel in one the best settings in the park. Performing on this stage has been the career-launching gig for many Burlington bands.
Located in the gazebo area of the Waterfront at Downtown Burlington, this child-friendly area is a popular spot at the Festival. With fun activities and family-based entertainment, there's something for the kid in everyone.
In the heart of Downtown Burlington from Lakeshore to Caroline. Experience an eclectic mix of music along with dance performances and many other activities. Enjoy the animation and fun as the streets come alive with outdoor patios and sidewalk sales. Downtown Streetfest features four live performance areas at Pine, Elgin and Ontario Street plus the John Street Beach Party on Saturday!
June 10th, 2013
The fun starts just before 6 pm this Thursday, June 13. For the full Festival line-up, check here soundofmusic.ca/sc...
May 31st, 2013
Innovative sponsorships such as Tim Hortons, Coffee for Causes is just one of the ways we work with our partners to give b...
May 13th, 2013
Thank you to everyone who came out on Friday, May 10 for our Line-up Release. The Soiree fundraiser was a huge succe...