Line-Up Just Announced!

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This is the second year Stage Two will be right on the grounds at ROTARYFEST, The Sault’s Summer Festival. This celebration of local art and talent is totally free, and based on this year’s line-up it will also be totally awesome!

Stage Two will be rocking Saturday, July 16th, the final day of ROTARYFEST, beside the Art Gallery of Algoma from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

1:00 p.m.     The Din

2:00 p.m.    The Wild Iris

3:00 p.m.     Id Iota

4:00 p.m.     Machines Dream

5:00 p.m.    Gnaeus

6:00 p.m.    Liam Seymour

7:00 p.m.    K.I.C.K.

For ten years, part of the ROTARYFEST tradition has been Stage Two – a place where young local artists can reach a broader audience and showcase their original work.

This year, we invite the Sault and area to come together in support of our city’s local festival, and in support of local arts and culture.

Every donation to the Stage Two campaign goes towards costs associated with Stage Two, either this year or in future years, including compensating young musicians in our community for their incredible performances.

We have always prioritized maintaining ROTARYFEST as a community festival by keeping it ungated and having the live music free for all to enjoy. This philosophy of being a community festival is at the heart of ROTARYFEST, but it does mean that we have to rely on our generous sponsors, hardworking volunteers, and community supporters to keep the grounds accessible for all.

This campaign is a first step in creating an environment where people who are passionate about having a place for young artists at the Sault’s largest festival and invested in the local arts and culture can directly contribute to the cause.

Visit www.rotaryfest.com for complete line-up details and igg.me/at/stagetwo to learn how you can support Stage Two and keep the Soo rockin’!

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  1. It would be nice if local talent with original music was featured on the main stage. I thought that Rotary fest was about community. So tired of unoriginal cover bands taking up the big stage while the real local talent gets the leftovers.

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