Here we go straight into the start of summer and there are lots of things to do in Blue Mountain. It’s amazing that we’re still considered a winter skiing destination considering how much you can enjoy here throughout the summer.
So without further ado, here are just some of the things to do at Blue Mountain in July.
Jun. 30 to Jul. 2 – Canada Day Weekend
Get set for everything from Carpet Frogs to Fireworks. The Carpet Frogs, a Canadian rock band known for their work with Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings, will headline the entertainment that runs all weekend long in the Village. But you don’t have to settle for just being entertained, you get active with guided hiking, lots of family activities and a slice of the ceremonial flag cake.
Jul. 4 to Jul. 8 – Peak to Shore Music Festival
The name might be a hint, but this festival of free music takes place across the Blue Mountain area with over 20 concerts presented on stages in the Village at Blue Mountain, Collingwood, and Thornbury.
Jul. 14 & 15 – Blues at Blue
Two days of great rhythm and blues. Headlined by the Juno-nominated Blackburn Brothers and including lots of special guests and family activities.
Jul. 18 – Opera Under the Stars
If your musical tastes run towards the sounds in opera houses around the world. Then Opera Under the Stars brings it home to you right here in Blue Mountain Village. Featuring local favourite tenor Craig Ashton and many of his Canadian Opera Company friends. This is a free, one-time performance you won’t want to miss.
Jul. 21 & 22 – Country Crossroads
Hopefully, if your favorite type of music hasn’t been listed yet. Maybe Country Crossroads will do the trick. Headlined by David James, and featuring solo artist Sacha, and The Red Hill Valleys. Who were runners-up in the 2017 Boots & Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase. This is country music in the mountains.
Jul. 27 to 29 – The Collingwood Elvis Festival
No matter what music you like, you’ll love the Elvis Festival Collingwood! The world’s largest Elvis festival. This year’s VIP host is Memphis Jones who’ll be the ringleader for all the tribute performances. Storytelling, dancing, tributes to Cher, Tom Jones, Patsy Cline, and Jerry Lee Lewis, and so much more. This is the biggest weekend of the summer at Blue Mountain.
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