Toronto’s Indie Folk Rockers, Great Lake Swimmers, featuring the melodic music of Tony Dekker, finally returned to Windsor, with special guest Leighton Bain.
Normally, with a turnout in the hundreds at Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s first free to all outdoor concert of the year, it would be said it was standing room only.
Windsor natives, Huttch, celebrated their first full length “larger than life” album release, Huttchino, featuring eleven songs written by the band, in front of hometown fans.
Local comic actor Rob Tymec presents a satirical tribute to geek culture called A Hero’s Journey Through Plot Inconsistencies at The Shadowbox Theatre on June 9 & 16, 2018.
Windsor natives, Autumn Kings, opened a high powered rock concert, featuring 10 Years, Shaman’s Harvest, and Otherwise, while Hailey B, was crowned 2018 WRIF Rock Girl.
Toronto’s Great Lake Swimmers to perform with special guest Leighton Bain on June 2 at the Olde Walkerville Theatre, featuring songs from their next album, The Waves, The Wake.
Iconic Grammy nominated rocker Eddie Money to headline LiUNA Bluesfest Windsor taking the the stage at Windsor’s Riverfront Festival Plaza on Saturday, July 14, 2018.
The Honorable W.C. Kennedy Collegiate Institute has resurrected theatre productions after a fourteen year hiatus with a successful run of Little Shop of Horrors the musical.
The Fillmore Detroit was packed for the sinfully soulful, bluesy, folksy, classic rockin’ Led Zeppelin-ish powerful performances of Greta Van Fleet with special guests Dorothy.
Set in a long-term care home, Korda Artistic Productions takes a startling funny and engaging look at the love affairs of two characters with Alzheimer’s Disease in “Strangers Among Us.”