Celebrate the universal language of rhythm! Barrie's 3rd annual interactive festival will feature entertainment, workshops, food, and merchandise from around the world. Grab an instrument and be part of it!
Rhythmfest is held on the 2nd weekend of August. Come and visit our beautiful city and check out these amazing performers and be entertained beyond your wildest dreams. RHYTHMFEST is entertaining and interactive. Come and bring your drums and your dancing shoes and join in the fun. RHYTHMFEST 2013 will be held on August 10. Save the date and come and join in the fun at Heritage Park on the luscious shores of Kempenfelt Bay.
2013 Barrie Rhythmfest
MAIN STAGES PROGRAMME
10:00 opening and drum call
10:05 Our Native Drum
10:45 Drum and Dance for Unity
11:20 Norbert Wunn - Smooth Latin Grooves
11:55 Patrick Parsons – Afro/Caribbean/Modern Dance
12:35 Baque De Bamba – Maracatu de Brazil
1:15 Consuelo Hererra – Cuban Dance
1:50 Errol Lee and Dancers in Concert – R&B
2:35 Tribute to Ray Reilly and Dianne Sanderson featuring performances by CADRE and Sanderson School of Highland Dance
3:35 Blah Blah Blah Magazine and Music Pro presents Just Beat It – Search for Barrie’s Best Drummer with special guest Keane Hyatt and Tom Alexander
4:55 Sonor Drums and Sabian Cymbals presents Dave Languuth – Drumset Clinic
5:55 Samul Nori – Korean drum and dance
6:40 The High Drive – Celtic fusion
7:25 Coldjack – R&B/Smooth Jazz
8:15 Crack of Dawn – Rhythm and Blues/Funk
9:20 just Jam – #everyoneandtheirgrandmasandgrandpasandthedog
CHILDREN’S STAGE PROGRAMME
10:30 Introducing Rhythm - Valerie Hathaway
11:30 Lets Groove - Keane Hyatt and Tom Alexander
12:30 Buckets of Rhythm – Mitchell Parry
3:00 Dance Dance Dance! - Drums Alive
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