Owen Sound’s Heartwood Concert Hall is proud to announce the launch of ‘Heartwood Live’ in collaboration with Wiretone Records.

In addition to the present rule of 50 in-person guests, Heartwood Hall audiences will now have the option of viewing live streams of select shows from home. The hybrid approach enables the 186-guest venue to accommodate health regulations while providing greater access to shows.

“Heartwood Hall has been a game-changer in Owen Sound’s music and event scene.“ says David Chevalier, musician, director and founder of Wiretone Records. “We are proud to be collaborating with them to bring audiences and artists together through Heartwood Live.”

“We’re dedicated to bringing great acts to Owen Sound. At the moment, only 50 guests can be accommodated, which has left folks without access and performers with limited ability to earn.” says Greg Bottrell, owner of Heartwood Hall, and past music programmer for Queen Street’s legendary live music venue, The Rivoli. “Heartwood Live is designed to deliver an exceptional at-home experience of our shows, and ultimately ensure artists can keep doing what they do.”



Heartwood Live streaming is planned for these in-person sold out shows:

Rob Elder Trio, Saturday March 27 (available now) Photos

Three Silver Hearts, Saturday April 10

Future shows with both in-person and Heartwood Live streaming planned also include:

Pat Robitaille, Saturday, April 24

Krueger Band, Saturday, May 1

Pat RobitailleFor full show lineup, updates and tickets visit heartwoodhall.ca

Heartwood Live officially premiered with the streaming of Generator Party The Band sold-out performance December 4, 2020. (for video highlights see here).

Heartwood Concert Hall and Wiretone Records gratefully acknowledge funding received through Grey County, Ontario, and the Government of Canada Digital Main Street program.