Saturday, October 14
4:30 p.m. – Doors Open at Old Town Hall
Due to a forecast of inclement weather, organizers have made the decision to move the concert headlined by Bedouin Soundclash, supported by Alysha Brilla and Logan Staats, indoors, to the Old Town Hall, at 76 Main Street South, Waterford.
Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. with the lineup and schedule remaining unchanged. The Old Town Hall will open a lobby bar on the main floor, in addition to a VIP bar in the Upper Hall which will be open to ticketholders only.
The Old Town Hall is fully accessible, with elevator access at the rear of the building, on Auty Street. Free street parking is available in the town of Waterford, and ticketholders will also have access to a nearby dedicated concert parking lot.
5:30 p.m. – Logan Staats
The gem of Indigenous folk-rock
His sound draws heavily from the rich blues and rock legacy of Six Nations. His music has garnered critical acclaim, a Juno nomination, multiple Native American Music Awards, and the SOCAN Indigenous Songwriter of the Year. Nowadays, he splits his time between Six Nations, Vancouver Island, and everywhere in between.
7:00 p.m. – Alysha Brilla
3x Juno Award-nominated artist
Alysha Brilla is a 3X Juno Award-nominated artist, songwriter and music producer with a special interest in sound as a healing modality. Brilla is the first female artist in Canada to receive multiple Juno Award nominations for her self-produced albums. Brilla’s work is driven by a deep belief in music’s power to transform ourselves and our world.
8:30 p.m. Bedouin Soundclash
Canadian indie-rock & reggae royalty
Bedouin Soundclash became a household name after the genre-defying band climbed to the pinnacle of the Canadian music industry, finding themselves widely celebrated at home and abroad with Top 10 radio hits, and on international tours with No Doubt, Ben Harper, The Interrupters, and Thievery Corporation. The band’s acclaimed sophomore release, Sounding a Mosaic, featured the hit single “When the Night Feels My Song” produced by legendary punk-hardcore king Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains. This earned Bedouin Soundclash their first JUNO Award for Canada’s Best New Group. Their follow-up album, Street Gospels, also produced by Jenifer, earned a Pop Album of the Year JUNO nomination as well as three Much Music Video Award Nominations for “Until We Burn in the Sun.”
- Free street parking is available in the town of Waterford, and ticketholders will also have access to a nearby dedicated concert parking lot.
- View map of Pumpkinfest event locations
Know before you go
- Main Street will be closed in Waterford from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Pumpkinfest Parade and will be busy all day. Please take Thompson Road and make your way to the VIP parking lot on the Waterford High School field on Brown Street.
- Music starts at 5:30 p.m. and will finish at 10 p.m.
- Please do not drink and drive.