Up For Grabs: A Private Performance By River Town Saints

Canadian Country Band River Town Saints

We’re all missing live music … and country band River Town Saints is looking to bring live music to your back yard.

In partnership with the Greater Peterborough Health Services Foundation, they are auctioning off a private, outdoor acoustic performance, with all proceeds going to a great cause!

Enjoy an outdoor acoustic performance at your home or business in Ontario by the River Town Saints.  Spring 2021 dates available TBD dependent on tour dates.

GPHSF, Your Family Health Team Foundation has partnered with Crooks Rapids Country Fest and Canadian Mental Health Association Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge to raise funds to support mental health programming across the region.

This auction contains country music themed items including this exclusive performance with all funds going to support CMHA Crisis Response and the Peterborough Family Health Team’s Mindfulness Programming.

The auction runs until Saturday, September 5th at 6 pm, with winners announced from the festival stage.

HURRY! Make a bid on this unique opportunity before it’s too late >>

About Canadian Country Band River Town Saints

Originally a 5 piece band from the Ottawa Valley, the River Town Saints have a lot to show for the last couple years, including; millions of YouTube views and Spotify streams, a top 10 hit with their single, “Bonfire”, CCMA nominations, CMAO and Canadian Radio awards, tours with Tim Hicks, Kip Moore and large-scale festivals.

In 2019, the group rebranded with a new lead singer, newcomer Chase Kasner, from Kirkland Lake, Ontario, where he was raised in a large musical family.

Country music runs deep in Kasner’s blood, as his grandmother Mary Bailey was an accomplished Canadian country singer, who discovered and mentored Shania Twain early on in her career.

With a powerful, soulful new voice to helm the group and longtime friend Joe Patrois joining the line-up, RTS is reborn, recharged and ready

In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.

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