We are almost halfway through Tourism Sarnia-Lambton Music Week, which features several musicians playing on stages all over the Sarnia-Lambton area. Music week coincides with the Blue Water Border Fest which runs Thursday through Saturday at Centennial Park.
Music Week is a time to celebrate local musicians and venues across Lambton County, and this year will be a time for music lovers to reunite with their favorite bands.
The music takes place tonight at the Petrolia Tuesday Night Farmers Market and continues at wineries, parks, breweries and festivals throughout the weekend. There are also a few shows at Rustr Music Hall, Beatles in Blue on Friday and Jim Dan Dee on Saturday.
Bluewater BorderFest kicks off Friday night with The Tea Party and the Sam Roberts Band, and Saturday night’s headliner is Brampton, Ont., native Alessia Cara. Tickets for Bluewater BorderFest are available online and range from $59.99 for one-night general admission to $169.99 for all three-day general admission.
Learn more about Bluewater BorderFest here: https://www.bluewaterborderfest.ca/
The full Tourism Sarnia-Lambton Music Week schedule is available here: https://www.ontbluecoast.com/musicweek/
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand