Tebey, I Mother Earth among Endless Summer Series concerts at Burl’s Creek

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Outdoor music event promoter Republic Live has announced its lineup for the upcoming Endless Summer Series, which features popular Peterborough-born country music artist Tebey and alternative rock band I Mother Earth.

All performers will perform at Burl’s Creek Event Grounds, located near Highway 400 north of Barrie in Oro-Medonte Township, at various events scheduled between July 30 and August 14.

Tickets for the Endless Summer series go on sale July 9 at 10 a.m. For more details, visit burlscreek.com.

In a recent announcement, Republic Live said they will adhere to the province’s COVID-19 Stage 2 protocols, which include enforcing social distancing at its events, by bringing back outdoor concerts this summer.

Burl’s Creek is the traditional venue for the annual Boots and Hearts Festival, Canada’s largest country music and outdoor camping festival, which has promoted local established and emerging artists since its inception in 2012.

The Neverending Summer Series will feature three unique events, starting with classic rock tribute bands from July 30 to August 1, featuring many Canadian cover bands of iconic rock bands, from Simply Queen to Practically Hip.

Tebey, the popular country music artist and native of Peterborough, will join this year’s Boots and Hearts Presents lineup on August 6-7, alongside others such as Brett Kissel and Vanessa Marie Carter.

Tebey released his latest album “The Good Ones” on January 22 earlier this year and hosted a charity golf tournament on May 27, hosted by the Greater Peterborough Health Services Foundation (GPHSF).

The third event in the Endless Summer series will feature I Mother Earth (IME), the hit Canadian rock band who reunited in 2012 after an eight-year hiatus. The Trews, the duo The Blue Stones and Ferraro will perform on August 13, while IME will join the groups Our Lady Peace and Monowhales on August 14.

Camping is welcome at all events at the 600-acre campground, but because the events follow provincial COVID-19 guidelines, capacity is reduced.

Republic Live’s last major outdoor performance event before the pandemic was Canada Rocks, presented by the Rolling Stones on July 29, 2019 as part of the band’s No Filter tour.

The Endless Summer announcements come a week after the decision to cancel the Havelock Jamboree, Peterborough County’s top attraction for country music fans and outdoor enthusiasts, for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.

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