There's still lots of time to catch performances that are a part of the Sudbury Performance Group's Northern Arts Festival, which runs until Feb. 22.
“The music and comedy scene in Northern Ontario is alive and flourishing,” says Mark Mannisto, President of Sudbury Performance Group, in a press release.
“We are really excited to present a number of our local artists at various venues over the next couple of weeks.”
The festival, which mostly consists of musical performers, kicked off Feb. 11 with a performance by Kassie Taylor at La Fromagerie, followed by a Feb. 12 show by Natalie Crispo at The Coulson.
Here's the shows still coming up on the lineup:
Feb. 13 – Bedard & Savard at the Trevi Bar & Grill
Feb. 14 – Rob Wills at Alley Katz in Lively
Feb. 15 – Rod Bazinet at Fionn McCools
Feb. 18 – Marc Serré at La Fromagerie
Feb. 19 – Two of Clubs at the Coulson
Feb. 20 – Dave McNabb at the Trevi Bar & Grill
Feb. 21 – Johnny Williams at Alley Katz in Lively
Feb. 22 – Scott Mitchell at Fionn McCools
All of the music events are free of charge, and open to the public.
The Northern Arts Festival then takes a break and closes things off on Saturday, Feb, 29 with stand-up comedy legend Kenny Robinson at the Trevi Bar & Grill.
Tickets cost $30 in advance and $35 at the door. They're available online at www.sudburyperformance.ca, at the Trevi, or by phoning 705-662-8518. Doors open at 5 p.m., and showtime is 7 p.m.