Events at Wingham Heritage Town Hall
Wingham has a long history of both live performances and broadcasts, as the town is known throughout the country as the home of CKNX and one of the smallest towns to ever boast both radio and television studios. Wingham’s Town Hall Theatre, recently renovated and refreshed, is taking great strides at putting Wingham back on the musical map as it becomes one of the busiest venues in the area.
Kicking off a busy autumn season is Ireland’s leading folk band The High Kings as they bring their brand-new album & North American tour ‘The Road Not Taken’ to Wingham. The High Kings bandmates Finbarr Clancy, Darren Holden, Paul O' Brien and Brian Dunphy have been performing to their legions of fans across the world for 15 years and have released seven studio albums to their credit. September 24 at 7:30 pm.
On October 6 at 7:30 pm, Juno and CCMA award-winning band, The RoadHammers, bring their impressive brand of country rock to the Town Hall Theatre.
The Great Canadian Roadtrip tour featuring Canadian country music legends Doc Walker, Jason McCoy and Michelle Wright will stop in Wingham this October! Prepare for an unforgettable experience as three legendary Canadian performers take the stage together in Wingham on October 11 for an exceptional evening of country music!
The number one singing impressionist in the world today, André Philippe Gagnon brings his tour to Wingham on October 14 at 7:30. Known as the man of a thousand voices, André-Philippe Gagnon is considered the number one singing impressionist in the world today. He has toured the world with Celine Dion, headlined Las Vegas and appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. André Philippe's impressions of famous musical personalities are rapid-fire and amazingly spot-on. Join him as he takes us on a compelling and unforgettable musical journey telling the stories of the songs that create the soundtracks of our lives.
Some of Canada’s best musical talent tours southwestern Ontario in the form of tribute shows that bring some of our favourite musicians to life. On October 21, Steve Michaels performs as Elvis on his Suspicious Minds Tour.
On November 3, Canada's Celtic Rock Warriors, The Mudmen are back in town for a special fundraiser concert with all proceeds going to the North Huron Connection Centre. This concert is in partnership with United Way Perth-Huron. This is an all ages show, with doors opening at 8 pm.
We Walk the Line is a true Johnny Cash Experience that celebrates the music and lives of “The Man in Black”. The concert performance features Ward Cornforth as a 1960’s era Johnny Cash and includes duets performed with Johnny’s lifelong partner June Carter. Ward incorporates historical accounts and personal anecdotes about the country legend in the not-to-be-missed musical event on Nov 4.
Where better to see The Barn Dance than in Wingham, Ontario where it all started. On Nov. 5 join George Fox, Paul Weber, Naomi Bristow, Sue Weber, and Jim Swan as they get your toes tapping.
On November 9 at 8:00 The Musical Box – 50th Anniversary comes to town with a unique commemoration of the release of Peter Gabriel and Genesis’ Selling England by the Pound.
Prairie favourites The Hunter Brothers are “Burning Down The Barn” in venues across Canada this fall in support of their brand new EP. With over 73 million global streams to date, three gold singles, along with nine Top 30 and three Top 10 singles on Canadian country radio, you won’t want to miss their November 29 show.
For information and how to order tickets for all shows, visit winghamtownhalltheatre.ca/events. 274 Josephine St., Wingham.