◆ 7:30 p.m., 14 May 2022
◆ $25 Cover
◆ Dinner extra, at 6:00 p.m.
◆ Reservations Required
Ontario’s Country Music Pioneers: Sneezy Waters
By Larry Delaney – Feb 2022
Peter Hodgson may not be a name that strikes familiarity among country music fans… but mention the name “Sneezy Waters”, and immediately many more know who you are speaking of. “Sneezy Waters” – aka Peter Hodgson – has been recognized in the music world for more than half a century, most notably in the leading role portraying the immortal Hank Williams in the stage play and movie “Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave”.
Sneezy Waters and The Marvellous!
Vince Halfhide, Dave Bignell, Ann Downey,
Peter Beaudoin and Ken Kanwisher
885 Bank Street / 8:00pm / 25 Sept
We have arranged our tables to seat as many patrons as safe space allows. We are selling 4 single bar seats plus tables of 2, 3 and 4. Tickets are $27 + HST plus Eventbrite Processing fees. This means that a single bar seat will be $27 + HST + fees, a table of two will be $54 + HST + fees, a table for three will be $81 + HST + fees and a table of four will be $108 + HST + fees. Feel free to purchase a table of 2 and invite a friend. Upon arriving, give the first and last name of the person who booked the ticket. Please feel free to email Aislinn Calvert, Irene’s Event Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s festival is virtual.
Saturday, April 24, 2021 – FREE
STAGE A – UNION OF CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION EMPLOYEES LOCAL 70703
- 1:00 pm – Sneezy Waters
Canadian Spaces is Canada’s longest-running folk music radio show, founded by the late Chopper McKinnon in 1980. Tune in to CKCU on Saturday mornings from 10 to noon eastern.
For tickets: email Terry McGovern: email@example.com .
Watson’s Mill is hosting Sneezy Waters, accompanied by Vince Halfhide and Ann Downey on Wednesday, September, 23rd.
As you know, musicians have been particularly hard hit by the COVID 19 crisis, so Watson’s Mill will not be taking any profit from these events.
All of the ticket proceeds will be going to the musicians and technician. Tickets are $30, but please feel free to “overpay” so that the musicians can have a really good payday.