Listen to a sample of music from our Waterstock performers here on a YouTube playlist


Waterstock is excited to announce recent additions to our musical programming which includes:

Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo

Waterstock Performer Jim Cuddy 


Bry Webb of The Constantines
(Guelph, ON)  

Bry Webb is the lead singer of The Constantines. He has released three LPs under his own name, which are sparse, moody and gentle things, compared to the bombast of the Cons. He will be joined by lap steel guitarist Rich Burnett for this loving, if subtly psychedelic, folk music performance. Video of Bry Webb performing at Massey Hall


Harrow Fair
Miranda Mulholland (formally of Great Lake Swimmers) & Andrew Penner (Sunparlour Players)

Waterstock Performer Harrow Fair



Reuben Bullock Of Reuben and The Dark
(Toronto, ON)  


Band of People
(Guelph, ON)

Waterstock also welcomes Tyler and Alex Mifflin of the hit T.V series The Water Brothers (TVO) who will be joining us for an informative discussion about our human relationship with water.

Waterstock has  invited over 40 chefs from across Ontario to be ambassadors in the fight for our regional water rights.  In a vendor style culinary pop up, chef's will offer protest inspired culinary delights.  The battle for water rights goes hand in hand with the protection of our farmlands and local food sovereignty.  Chefs are the gateway from the country to city and are natural stewards of our farmlands and aquifers.  With powerful endorsements from Chef Michael Stadtlander, Ruth Klahsen of Monforte Dairy (Stratford) and Food Laureate Anita Stewart, Waterstock is set to be a powerful culinary statement with Jason Bangerter (Langdon Hall), David Sider (Redstone Winery) & Shea Robinson (Miijidaa Cafe & Bistro) and many others joining in recent days.

In addition to live music, Waterstock will feature guest speakers, artistic installations, and a dedicated children's area with crafts and children's performances.

In the spirit of eco activism, patrons are encouraged to bring their own plates, cutlery, and reusable festival beer cups. Everyone should be wearing blue!

If you want to join the culinary movement please send inquiries to



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