By Sarah Klein
In just a few days, Kelwood, Manitoba will be home to the Harvest Sun Music Festival, a two-day event featuring Canadian folk music talent.
Two new acts have been added to the August 13 and 14 lineup, including Woodlands, Manitoba yodeler Woody Holler & His Orchestra, and indie/R&B act, Imaginary Cities featuring Rusty Matyas and Marti Sarbit. The two new acts replace the cancellation of Chic Gamine.
Also on the bill is Sylvia Tyson, 2010 Juno Award winners Digging Roots, Al Simmons, Alana Levandoski, Don Amero, Manitoba Homecoming 2010 musical ambassadors Keith and Renée, and a number of other acts.
Tickets to the outdoor concert event located near Riding Mountain National Park are available at TheHarvestSun.com and McNally Robinson Grant Park. Prices range from $45 for a full two-day pass, to $25 for children aged 13-17. A family pass of four is $120, while camping is $10 per site.