Events - Ronnie Douglas Blues Band Can't Miss Concert

Ronnie Douglas is an Ojibway from the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, (located near the City of Orillia) and has been performing in clubs and on festival stages throughout Southern Ontario since the early 1990's. A roots vocalist/guitarist in the blues tradition, he cites Howlin' Wolf as a primary influence. Since forming the group in the mid nineties, notable festival performances include the Great Canadian Blues Festival, the Mariposa Folk Festival, the Southside Shuffle, and the Orillia Spring Blues Festival, in addition to appearances on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).

New regulations requiring Vaccine Passports for our In-Person events will be in effect September 21, 2021. We will need Proof of Vaccination and Photo ID for this concert. If you are medically exempt, we will need a verifiable letter from your doctor as well as a copy of a negative COVID test result within the previous 24 hours. If you will be unable to, or unwilling to, prove vaccination or to provide a medical exemption, you will not be allowed to attend the concert EVEN IF YOU HAVE A TICKET.

St. James' Anglican Church 58 Peter St. North October 23 from 8-10 pm

FREE admission

Tickets now on sale, only 4 per ticket registrant