CBHFM Director of Operations, Scott Crawford is pleased that he can draw upon local talent and support to have an event worthy of the induction weekend at the Hall of Fame. A full evening of entertainment on Saturday, June 16th, where visitors, locals and volunteers can kick back and enjoy themselves beneath the stars, will cap off the CBHFM’s busiest day of the year.
Local band, Corduroy Gordon, has a unique sound and character, with their high energy, bluegrass-inspired take on a wide variety of musical genres. The band is currently working on their first album.
Buck McLeod, hypnotist/illusionist has performed for the Ball Hall in the past and promises to be a show that will be talked about for some time afterward. Enjoy the hilarity as your friends and neighbors obey Buck’s every instruction under his hypnotic trance.
Lastly, Toronto-based Joy Brigade bring their dynamic, theatrical music show to the Ball Hall stage. The quartet have been in high-demand throughout Toronto and the surrounding area and feature local vocalist Rob Edney. This will be their only Southwestern Ontario performance this summer.
Gates open at 7:45 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the CBHFM offices, Snapping Turtle Coffee Roasters and The World’s Coolest Music Store. There is no guarantee that they will be available at the gate, so avoid disappointment and pick them up in advance. Tickets are $25 or a couples ticket is $45.