Schedule of Performers Saturday Aug. 17th. Stage opens at 12 pm, music begins at 1. Stay tuned for updates. Subject to change.

Colin Bernard.jpg

Colin Bernard. On Stage Aug.17th @ 1pm

Colin Bernard is a Christian rock artist based in Ottawa, Canada. His band consists of five others; his wife, Monica Bernard, Dan Woods, James Richer, Frankie Coleman and Jared Jost. Colin released his debut EP, “Hold On,” in January 2012 to excellent reviews. He has been nominated for Best New Artist of The Year at the Canadian Gospel Music Awards and his first single, “Hold On” went to number one for three weeks on the Canadian Christian Radio Chart. Influenced by a variety of artists, Colin has managed to maintain a distinct sound that punches through with lyrics as profound as the melodies are memorable. Colin writes collaboratively with his brother Joel Bernard. Their lyrics have been characterized as meaningful, personal and never boring. The EP, “Hold On” was recorded and produced by Ed Cash and Scott Cash out of Franklin, Tennessee. They have produced other greats such as Chris Tomlin, Kari Jobe and Canadians Starfield

.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuWEof9Acm4



dishes.jpg

The Dirty Dishes.

On Stage Aug. 17th @ 2pm


Imagine the Andrew Sisters
and the Stanley Brothers
having triplets...
The result would be none other than these sharp-witted ladies with a 1950’s Nashville sound and killer charm. Bringing a shine to every space they fill with their beautiful blend of country-bluegrass-gospel sounds and extraordinary energy, the Dishes have spent the last five years (often backed by their rhythm section "The Plate Rails") breaking hearts and soothing souls at clubs, fairs, festivals and events throughout Canada.

https://youtu.be/i6WPgy8kmqc

Ken Whiteley.JPG

Ken Whiteley and Friends. On Stage Aug.17th @ 3pm

Ken Whiteley is one of Canada's most respected "roots" musicians.Drawing on his incredibly rich background in blues, gospel and folk styles, this7 time Juno award nominee is always a wonderful addition to any festival or concert series. He has played at virtually every major folk festival in Canada and performed and recorded with such legends as Pete Seeger, John Hammond Jr., Tom Paxton, Blind John Davis, Stan Rogers,The Campbell Brothers,Guy Davis, Raffi, Linda Tillerey & the Cultural Heritage Choir and countless others.A prolific songwriter, a gifted and versatile instrumentalist and a powerful singer,Whiteley's music communicates themes of freedom, love, spiritual aspiration and social comment. His performances are presented with participatory humor, grace and energy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVxrfEFfQdw

Ali Matthews.jpeg

Ali Mathews.

On Stage Aug.17th

@ 4pm

“I desire to write songs that connect us with each other; songs that tap into our hopes and heartaches, our fears and passions, the things that make us vulnerable, the things that tell us we are alive. I see a dark and broken world in desperate need of mercy and compassion and I am compelled to create music that will draw us closer to grace, to each other and to our Creator. I am not a preacher - just a fellow-traveller on this fascinating ride …and I don’t mind being transparent.” Ali Matthews

Multi-award winning recording artist, Ali Matthews has been a performing songwriter since her teens and has built a strong following across Canada and beyond. She has released 9 critically acclaimed CD’s since 2000 on her independent music label, Shake-a-Paw Music. Her CD’s are distributed nationally through David C Cooke Distribution.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WQn0v1_3SI


The Commissionaires.jpg

The Commissionaires

On Stage Aug.17th @5.30pm

The Commissionaires are a new soul-roots-gospel outfit formed by indie singer-songwriter Jacob Moon and Newworldson's Joel Parisien. Their debut record, entitled Shelter Me (Dec '16), is an 8-song sonic journey with themes of justice and overtones of the soul's struggle for redemption. Crafted as a remedy for these turbulent times, Shelter Me features a combination of traditional gospel numbers and new arrangements of songs written by artists like Ben Harper,
Stevie Wonder and Buddy Miller. 'None of Us Are Free' was featured in December 2016 by CBC Radio One as Song of the Week.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfbOlaYpy4g

Warren D Flandez.jpg

Warren D Flandez. On Stage, Aug.17th @ 7pm

Warren Dean Flandez describes his music simply as “songs with purpose.” But with an album that debuted at #1 on the iTunes Inspirational Charts Top 100, and #20 on the iTunes Overall Charts Top 100, this Yellowknife born, Vancouver based vocalist has rediscovered his gospel roots and is creating inspiring music with his newest full length album ‘Speak.’ 2018 Leo Awards Nominee - Best Music Video; 2017 JUNO Nominee - Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year; 2017 GMA Covenant Award Winner - Gospel Song of the Year; 2017 GMA Covenant Award Winner - Urban Song of the Year; 2017 Western Canadian Music Awards Winner - Spiritual Artist of the Year; 2016 Utah Music Award Winner - Best Christian/Inspirational; 2012 Western Canadian Music Awards Nominee - Urban Recording of the Year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIeI5qmxF14


Dan Bremnes.jpg

Dan Bremnes.

On Stage, Aug.17th @ 8.20 pm

Bremnes was born as Daniel Jobiah Bremnes, on May 11, 1983, in Kamloops, British Columbia. Bremnes attended Salmon Arm Secondary School. His music career commenced in 2010, with his album, Your Strength, that was independently released. He then released two independent singles, "Hear Your Voice" in 2012 and "After All" in 2013. During this time, Bremnes released an extended play, Light My Way, which was independently released on September 25, 2012. The extended play and singles got him Covenant Awards at the 35th Annual Awards in 2013 for Male Vocalist of the Year and Music Video of the Year for "This Life". The subsequent year, Bremnes was awarded at the 36th Annual Awards for having the Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year and Recorded Song of the Year for "Beautiful", where he got the Male Vocalist of the Year along with Artist of the Year. He resides in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, with his wife, Brittney Bremnes, and their son and daughter.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S15mk_5nTdY

Schedule of Performers Sunday Aug. 18th. Stage opens at 12 pm, music begins at 1pm. Stay tuned for updates.

Subject to change.

The Proverbs.jpg

The Proverbs.

On Stage Aug.18th

@ 1pm

the proverbs is an award-winning contemporary southern gospel vocal group, currently comprised of husband and wife dave and kathy daw and their youngest daughter natasha. the proverbs began in 1967 and is somewhat unique in that natasha was born with down syndrome. the group is presently touring in support of their latest two (2018) summit sound releases, "good things", and "home for christmas" which are their 26th and 27th full-length album projects.

"good things" and the proverbs previous album, "say amen", were both nominated as, "best album of the year" by gma canada in their annual "covenant awards", with 7 tracks from these albums certified at no. 1 on the us based, "radio music top 100". the proverbs were also recently declared the “most-played artist of the year” by the "radio music group".

the proverbs have been voted "canada’s top mixed gospel group" more than a dozen times by cgma, and have also shared the stage with many of the top us gospel artists who are regularly featured on the popular gaither homecoming video series.

the members of the proverbs are dedicated to sharing their personal faith through live musical performances that feature their trade-mark vocal harmonies backed by music from their many albums; complimented by state-of-the-art, sound, lighting and synchronized video, and presented in a contemporary family-friendly multi-media package.

the proverbs are available for church-concert and community outreach events with fees typically based on expenses plus an offering or other pre-determined honorarium.

https//www.facebook.com/TheProverbs1/videos/275711336463075/

Ali Matthews.jpeg

Ali Mathews.

On Stage Aug.18th

@ 2pm

“I desire to write songs that connect us with each other; songs that tap into our hopes and heartaches, our fears and passions, the things that make us vulnerable, the things that tell us we are alive. I see a dark and broken world in desperate need of mercy and compassion and I am compelled to create music that will draw us closer to grace, to each other and to our Creator. I am not a preacher - just a fellow-traveller on this fascinating ride …and I don’t mind being transparent.” Ali Matthews

Multi-award winning recording artist, Ali Matthews has been a performing songwriter since her teens and has built a strong following across Canada and beyond. She has released 9 critically acclaimed CD’s since 2000 on her independent music label, Shake-a-Paw Music. Her CD’s are distributed nationally through David C Cooke Distribution.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WQn0v1_3SI

pastor john thomas 102.jpg

Pastor John Thomas. O

n Stage Aug.18th, @ 3pm.

The potter and the Clay, God’s plan for man.

Isaiah 64:8 - “But now, O LORD, thou art our Father, and we are the Clay. Thou art the Potter, and we are all the work of Thy hand.”

A visual presentation
of how God works in our lives
through the example of
a Potter working with Clay

The Potter and the Clay - God’s Plan for Man, is a visual presentation of how God works in our lives through the example of a Potter working with Clay.

The Demonstration takes us on a Visual Journey from Finding the Clay, to Preparing the Clay, to Forming the Clay, to Decorating the Clay, to the Firing of the Clay in the Kiln, bringing the Clay to a place where it Fulfills the Plan and Purpose of the Potter.

Along the journey, there are many Visual Lessons that can help us understand the Whys and How Comes that face each of us daily, as God patiently works in us, changing us from glory to glory.

Band DA 2012 Jonathan 2 (1).jpg

Jonathan Maracle. On Stage Aug.18 @ 4.20pm!

Jonathan has been a musician all of his adult life and he currently travels full-time throughout the world with his First Nations band “Broken Walls,” playing Mohawk wind flute(s), guitar, Native drum and doing lead vocals. Their mission is to bring healing and dignity to indigenous people, and to help educate non-native people about the First People of the land.

https://youtu.be/abCr07OX8os

The Color.jpg

The Color.

On Stage Aug. 18th @ 5pm!

The Color come from Winnipeg, Manitoba and bring an energy and authenticity, both with their music and personalities, that quickly draws people in. “The thought behind the name ‘The Color’ comes from the idea that color brings life to the world around us.” Larry shares. “That is what we want to do with our lives and music. We want to bring life and a message of hope that we know can only be found in Jesus Christ.” The Color has been awarded multiple Canadian GMA awards and has spent the last few years touring their home country, full-time, from Coast to Coast. They have shared the stage with many great artists such as For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North, Jamie Grace, Kutless and they most recently toured across Canada with Grammy-nominated Building 429. One of the band’s biggest offstage highlights was having the opportunity to sing background vocals on a recent Michael W. Smith single, ‘He Will Never End

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sQ040cc9Gk