Huntsville Snowfest 2020
SnowFest is a free, family friendly, two-day Festival that features a weekend full of outdoor winter activities on a snow-covered Main Street in Downtown Huntsville.
The event kicks off on Friday, February 21 with a Downtown Pub Crawl where participating restaurants and bars will feature unique winter food, cocktails and live music throughout the evening, while guests are able to go bar-to-bar via horse-drawn sleigh ride!
The next morning, on Saturday February 22, SnowFest starts back up with a full day of activities including Nordic & alpine skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, fat biking, skating, axe throwing, body zorbs, mini putt, curling, and even snoga – yoga on snow! At 4pm be sure to check out the first annual Muskoka Fatbike Race! An exciting 850 m lap race on Main Street! Full details below.
Once Saturday night arrives, you won’t want to miss the evening entertainment as Blackie and the Rodeo Kings takes to the Algonquin Theatre Stage at 8pm, thanks to the Huntsville Festival of the Arts!
So mark February 21 & 22 on your calendars and join us in Downtown Huntsville for an incredible weekend of outdoor winter fun!
An exciting 850m lap in downtown Huntsville on groomed trail with course lighting, during a winter festival. Racers will be riding the same course as the OFFSA nordic ski sprint championships. Snow will be brought in for the event covering Main street, while fans and shoppers alike will line the course. Racers will even be able to ride over the fans as a huge pipe will he installed to allow pedestrians to cross under the course. This is an exciting, first of its kind Fat Bike race in Ontario. With a short course, racing will he exciting and possibly down the wire in most events. If you’ve ever heard of a Criterium in road racing, expect a similar experience at the Muskoka Fat Bike Race. Come join us for the most unique cycling event in Ontario of 2020.
- Competitive $40
- Recreational $30
- Youth $20
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Canadian Music Legends Blackie and the Rodeo Kings mark their 25th anniversary with a special tour in support of their new album King of this Town.
Originally Colin Linden, Stephen Fearing and Tom Wilson came together to record what was supposed to be a one- off tribute album to the great Canadian songwriter Willie P. Bennett.At the time, all three members were deeply committed to burgeoning solo careers that they had no intentions of putting on hold, and had no plans to turn Blackie into an ongoing concern.Now twenty five years later, 9 albums , one Juno award and several Juno nominations under their belts, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings have organically evolved into one of the finest roots-oriented bands in North America.
Added Bonus! Each ticket includes a digital download of their newest album King of this Town.
Presented by the Huntsville Festival of the Arts.