Sloan, One Bad Son, And Dwayne Gretzky Added To Canada Rocks Concert

The Rolling Stones “No Filter” tour makes it’s only Canadian stop at Burl’s Creek on June 29th, and it’s going to be a Canuck jammed ticket. This is one Barrie music festival you cannot miss!

Joining special guest The Glorious Sons and The Beaches, are newly added Canadian artists Sloan, One Bad Son, and a late night party with Dwayne Gretzky. And…there’s going to be camping!

Read more from the media release from Republic Live…

June 3, 2019 – Toronto, ON – Republic Live is pleased to announce the final lineup for “Canada Rocks” on June 29, 2019.

In celebration of Canada Day Weekend, the Rolling Stones will be joined by an all Canadian line-up at the SiriusXM Kickoff Party with special guest The Glorious Sons, The Beaches, and newly added artists Sloan, One Bad Son, and a late night party with Dwayne Gretzky.

Canada Rocks is the only Canadian stop on the Rolling Stones “No Filter” tour. In addition to the expanded lineup, Republic Live is also pleased to announce camping at Burl’s Creek. Producers Republic Live are veterans at delivering a premium festival camping experience (including award-winning country music festival Boots and Hearts and Big Sky Music Festival), and for this summer’s “Canada Rocks with the Rolling Stones,” limited camping spots are now available!

Tent passes are $89.50 + fees, and RV camping spots are available for $149.50 + fees. Access to camping spaces will open at 7AM on Saturday, June 29, 2019 and close at 12PM on Sunday, June 30, 2019.

Camping passes can be purchased through Ticketmaster. Festival goers can start their Canada Day weekend celebrations on Saturday at 2PM with SiriusXM, proud supporters of Canadian artists, at the SiriusXM Kickoff Party which includes Canadian bands performing on two stages. Following the Rolling Stones headlining performance, campers and festival attendees that don’t want to pack it in can end the night at the Late Night Party with Dwayne Gretzky.

Ticket holders, campers and non-campers alike, looking for alternative ways to get to the venue, can find transportation information, including public transit and shuttle bus details at burlscreek.com.

Tickets and camping passes are on sale now at ticketmaster.ca.