Home County Music and Art Festival lined up for a sunny Saturday

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Home County Music and Art Festival is taking on another sunny Saturday in London with music workshops, performances, craft vendors and food in Victoria Park.

From noon until 11 p.m. festival-goers will have a chance to take in some great folk tunes from all over the country.

Brampton-based indie-soul and alt-folk songwriter Ahi—pronounced “eye”—will be taking the north concert stage at 3 p.m. and the new thrift-folk duo, Tragedy Ann, will perform on the emerging artist stage at 3:30 p.m.

Later in the evening, Stratford’s Rant Maggie Rant will play some Celtic-inspired tunes, mixed with cultural sounds from around the world before the headliner, Dione Taylor and The Backsliderz, performs on the main stage.

Saturday’s headliner, fronted by Dione Taylor, will bring some prairie blues to the festival at 10 p.m. Raised in Saskatchewan, Taylor has played for audiences across the world, including Queen Elizabeth II.

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East Workshop Stage


3 p.m. Fanshawe MIA Showcase with Lliam Buckley, Cameron Jericho, Lost In Japan (duo), Austin Pigott and Molly Roach.

4:30 p.m. Breaking Traditions featuring The Bombadils, Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald, Rant Maggie Rant and Trent Severn.


3 p.m. Local Motive, featuring London ’s Deni Gauthier, Pat Maloney, Sarah Smith and Carly Thomas.

4:30 p.m. Heart & Soul, with AHI, Janice Jo Lee, Chad Price and Skye Wallace.

South Workshop Stage


3 p.m. Ladies Sing The Blues featuring Jenn Marino, Dione Taylor and Jenie Thai.

4:30 p.m. Northern Daughters with Donna Creighton, Sarah MacDougall, Dana Sipos and Roxanne Andrighetti.


Noon: The Gospel According to Home County with The Bombadils, Kaia Kater, Amanda Lynn Stubley and Dione Taylor.

1:30 p.m. Indigenous Spirit with Susan Aglukark, Dawn Redskye and Amanda Rheaume.

3 p.m. Worlds Collide with Dala, Madison Violet, Oh Susanna and Jenie Thai.

4:30 p.m. Country, Bluegrass & Blues with River Valley Stringband, Amanda Lynn Stubley and Chuckee Zehr.

Children’s Stage


Noon: Miss T. The Bubble Queen

1 p.m. Fraser Teeple

2 p.m. Dufflebag Theatre

3 p.m. Studio Cirque (acrobatics)


Noon: Miss T The Bubble Queen

1 p.m. The Fuddles

2 p.m. Paula Perri

3 p.m. Good Enough Live Karaoke with a four-piece band.

Emerging Artists Stage


1:30 p.m. Amanda Lynn Stubley

2:30 p.m. Janice Jo Lee

3:30 p.m. Tragedy Ann

4:30 p.m. Sarah Smith


1:30 p.m. Pat Maloney

2:30 p.m. The Young Novelists

3:30 p.m. Kaia Kater

4:30 p.m. Jenn Marino

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