Music in the Park

Thursdays 6:30 pm July & August

Food Available! 

music_in_the_park_1.jpgSit back, relax or even fish from the shores of the scenic Burnt River while strains of music surround you in the beautiful parklands of Austin Sawmill Heritage Park. The Free Summer Concert Series runs through July & August, Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Park features include a children's playground, a Millenium Garden and of course the famous Austin Sawmill. There are plenty of picnic tables and benches to be had but you may prefer to bring your own lawn chairs. The park is located south of Kinmount Railway Station & Icelandic Monument alongside the Victoria/Haliburton Rail Trail. 

Music in the Park kicks off 6:30 PM July 5, 2018 with:


Passport is a Classic Rock Band that has been performing for over 25 years throughout Ontario and Manitoba. Founding member Gord Miller on Vocals & Guitar is joined by long-time musical partner John Woodhouse on Vocals and Bass, as well as popular Lindsay musician Bob May (also on Guitar and Vocals), and John’s son, Adam Woodhouse on Drums.  

Passport’s longevity has always been a result of two simple things - a love for great rock and roll, and a love for sharing it with their audience.

After many hundreds of performances, Passport still delivers the goods with great tunes by artists such as the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, Creedence, and many others.

                                                                           Summer 2018 Line Up


NO NEED TO COOK THURSDAY NIGHTS! Enjoy delicious food at by the river at Linda J's Market
For dessert enjoy an Old Tyme Ice Cream Cone

linda_js.jpg  ice_cream_truck.jpg 

Click HERE to view pics of Music in the Park

Music in the Park is sponsored by the Kinmount & District Lions Club and the Kinmount Committee for Planning & Economic Development


Site maintained on a voluntary basis by Lynne Kilby, PO Box 286 Kinmount, On K0M 2A