Located along the southern shore of the Georgian Bay, Grey County has established a solid reputation for the quality of the area’s cycling opportunities courtesy of an abundance of rolling hills and quiet country roads. As luck would have it, the locals possess a flair for turning the spoils of the area's fertile soil into many tasty liquid refreshments, aka beer, wine and cider.
Rrampt is taking over the old Railyard Station in Owen Sound to deliver a rockin' one-day festival full of music, food, arts, and local culture. We've partnered with the newest brew pub on the water, Mudtown Station, to deliver a backyard BBQ-style event that will take place on the lawn, patio, and inside the restaurant. Yes, we're going big with this one - six bands playing outdoors from 4pm to 11pm with a BBQ dinner served from 5pm - 8pm that's included in the ticket.
Come right at 3pm and play some lawn games, and enjoy local artists doing their thing. We'll be set up for summer with outdoor beer stations, kiosks with local food and wine producers, a henna tattoo artist, and circus artists. Doors open at 3pm and music begins at 4pm with Emily Gilbart Music, followed by Matty Myatt, Falcon Jane, L CON, Woodworker, and The Responsables to close out the night.
Tickets are $60 in advance/$70 at the door and include entry for the day, a BBQ dinner prepared by Mudtown Station chef Tyler Cunningham, and all six bands. You can purchase tickets in advance from Mudtown Station or at Ticketscene: https://www.ticketscene.ca/events/24482/