Organizers of this year’s Howe Island Rockin the Rock say its limited admission venue is close to selling out, so anyone wanting to enjoy some of the Kingston area’s finest performers need to get their tickets fast.
As promised Howe Island Rockin the Rock is an intimate, limited admission venue. We are rapidly approaching a sell out! Once the site indicates sold out, it’s sold out, even at the door. Don’t fence sit on this one….it’s gonna be awesome!#ygk
— Howe Island Rockin the Rock (@howe_rock) July 10, 2019
Now in its second year, Howe Island Rockin the Rock puts local bands in a natural setting for a multi generational, family friendly experience. The music festival is also unique in that Tri-Canadian Energy will be supplying all power for its onstage sound from the sun, making it “one of the first totally off grid sun energy powered music festivals in the world, and definitely in Kingston,” according to the event’s website.
It all happens from July 27 at 4pm to July 28 at 12:30pm on Picketts Lane, right off the north shore Howe Island county ferry, closest to Kingston. There will be a food concession and sanitary facilities on site, just bring your own chairs and blankets.
- Bon Evans band
- Evan Jackson & the Boomers
- Champagne Sundays
Tickets are available at Brian’s Record Option in Kingston and Center Stage Music in Gananoque as well as online at howeislandrockintherock.com.