Endless Summer Series at Burl's Creek Gets Our Lady Peace, the Trews, Brett Kissel

The Ontario event will also feature I Mother Earth, the Blue Stones, Monowhales and more
Endless Summer Series at Burl's Creek Gets Our Lady Peace, the Trews, Brett Kissel
Burl's Creek in Oro-Medonte, ON, is launching back into action this summer with a new concert series.

Promoters Republic Live have announced the Endless Summer Series — an outdoor, all-Canadian run of concerts that will take palce from July to all the way into September.

The event will be divided into a series of weekends, kicking off on the weekend of July 30 with a bunch of classic rock tribute acts dishing out the hits of Queen, the Eagles, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, the Tragically Hip, Elton John, Journey and Aerosmith.

From there, Boots and Hearts will present concerts on August 6 and 7 with the likes of Brett Kissel, Tebey, Jess Moskaluke, Cory Marks, David Boyd Janes and Vanessa Marie Carter.

On August 13, the series will then features performances by the Trews, the Blue Stones and Ferraro, while August 14 will find Our Lady Peace, I Mother Earth and Monowhales playing Burl's Creek.

Finally, September 3 to 5 will find Boots and Hearts back on the grounds, though the exact lineup for that weekend has yet to be announced.

"Today is a special day for the recovery of live music and tourism in this area and perhaps across Ontario," said Todd Jenereaux, EVP of Republic Live. "There have been very few live concerts announced in Ontario, and we've been working on this for a very long time."

Burl's Creek will have various COVID safety protocols in place, including reduced capacity, physical distancing, enhanced cleaning and sanitization, and mandatory face masks. Concertgoers will also be seated in groups of four, and tickets will only be sold in groups of four, with no solo ticket options. However, you will not be required to show proof of vaccination to attend.

Camping and concert tickets go on sale on Friday (July 9) with limited admissions available. Pre-sale tickets start Thursday at 10 a.m. ET.

Head here to learn more about the Endless Summer Series.