There's a Party Brewing...

Join us for some good old fashioned fun

and help celebrate the brewery, the town and the beer!


Saturday, August 27th

Noon to 6pm - Rain or Shine

There will be live music, great food and drink, brewery tours, kids’ activities, classic cars

& much more!

8:30am – 12:30pmFarmers’ Market at Station on the Green

10am – 5pm –Copper Kettle Classics Car Show

11:30am– Pipers down Mill Street

Noon-6pm– Mad River Park –2016 Copper Kettle Festival!  Enjoy an amazing beer garden with fabulous food & drink, live music, kids’ activities & more!

Noon to 5pm– Kids will enjoy pony rides & crafts (by Darci Que) in Mad River Park and art programming by Imaginarium Adventures in Art (beside Creemore Kitchen)

More details?  Please contact or call 1-844-887-3022.

In the Park

11:30am - 11:45am – Beinn Gorm Highlanders Parade Down Mill Street to Mad River Park

We are a fun and dedicated group of hobby musicians dedicated to the preservation and continuation of Scottish piping and drumming and to providing the community and area with a resource for a wide variety of public and private functions including the teaching of piping and drumming techniques to people of all ages.

12:15pm - 1:00pm - The BelleRegards

The BelleRegards are a four-piece folk band based out of Toronto and play what they like to call "rowdy folk".  With more than a hint of bluegrass and rockabilly, the band is identified by high-energy live shows, foot-stomping rhythms, trad breaks and good humour. 


1:30pm-2:15pm - Alysha Brilla

2015 Juno Nominee and U.K Songwriting Contest winner Alysha Brilla is a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, producer and yoga instructor. She is Tanzanian-Canadian of the Indian diaspora. Her second full length album "Womyn" was released Sept 2014 and the title track was CBC Radio Song Of The Week. She plays guitar, piano and djembe, creating a unique original soul-folk sound which has been featured on stages internationally. WOMYN is the follow up to her Juno Nominated debut album, "In My Head". The music video for her Swahili-infused song, "Nobody", won the 2013 Ibiza Music Video Festival Fan Choice Award. Brilla's music has been featured on major network television shows such as "King" and "Degrassi; the Next Generation".

2:20pm - 2:40pm – Beinn Gorm Highlanders Performance


2:45pm – 3:30pm – Frank Deresti & The Lake Effect

CBC’s Amanda Putz describes their sound as “folk-pop awesomeness.” Music-lovers have commonly referred to them as “a breath of fresh air.” Frank Deresti and the Lake Effect are a hard-working and adventurous group of musicians with an infectious love of performing, whose unique take on the singer-songwriter genre has been delighting audiences since the release of their debut album – “this time”, in 2012.


4:00pm – 4:45pm – The Devin Cuddy Band

Devin Cuddy has always made music his way, and some might argue, the hard way. As the son of one of Canada’s most beloved singer/songwriters, Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy, country rock has been the soundtrack to Devin’s entire life—he was born the same week Blue Rodeo began recording its 1987 debut album, Outskirts. But from the moment Devin was drawn to playing music, he was determined to get as close as possible to the sources of all the sounds he loved, whether they were made by rock and roll’s founding fathers, the Grand Ole Opry’s honky tonk heroes, or Jelly Roll Morton and the kings of jazz.

5:15pm – 6:00pm – Not Ottawa

If you like Classic Rock, Blues, R&B and having lots of fun, then this band is for you! Based out of the Southern Georgian Bay area, in the beautiful town of Nottawa.  This band specializes in a danceable mix of music done their way.  Performing hits from Muddy Waters and the Allman Brothers to The Tragically hip with some Van Morrison and the Beatles making appearances along the way.


Check out our food vendors:

Rodney’s Oyster Bar shucked oysters!

Men With Knives delicious food for the whole family!

Country Sunshine – ice cream for the kids, cotton candy and more!

O'Shea's Family Restaurant - Serving up fries & poutine

Quench Buggy - Providing a clean event water station

Baked & Pickled -  Tacos, homemade salsas & pickles, Mexican soda & more!  

Prancing Pachyderms Kettle Corn Co Kettle Corn & Lemonade

Corporate Weenie – Hotdogs and sausages


Kids love Darci Que – face-painting, balloon animals and amazing crafts all afternoon long!
Other kids’ activities include pony rides, fun games & more!


Main Street Going’s On At Copper Kettle!

Fabulous activities are everywhere you look in Creemore!

Copper Kettle Makers Market Celebrate the makers among us.  Join a number of local makers in the Brewery's side parking lot, showcasing art, canning, carvings, butchers, pottery, cookbooks & more!

Copper Kettle Makers Market

Celebrate the makers among us.  Join a number of local makers in the Brewery's side parking lot, showcasing art, canning, carvings, butchers, pottery, cookbooks & more!

Copper Kettle Classics

Enjoy an amazing day of classic cars, trucks and motorcycles in downtown Creemore on historic Mill Street. Register your 1990 or older vehicle and enjoy live music, shopping and a beer festival. This year’s show pays tribute to car and motorcycle clubs from near and far.  10am registration opens.  There are only a limited number of spaces along Mill Street.  Please note, in 2016, there will be no same day registration. 


Creemore Farmer’s Market

Saturday mornings 9:00am to 1:00pm through to Thanksgiving at Station on the Green parking lot.  Experience what the local area has to offer.


Imaginarium Adventures In Art

Open to all ages. Enjoy artist demonstrations and crafts.  An amazing adventure in art!

The Old Mill House Pub will be serving up corned beef on rye, burgers & hot dogs.  Beer garden & live music by Foremast Jacks - 5 wandering souls who aim to leave their mark on the rich tradition of Celtic music.

Creemore Kitchen will feature house-made pogos, a beer garden and live music by SIMCOE

The Sovereign Bistro & Grill will be serving up schnitzel on a bun!  Enjoy live music & beer garden.

Other locations along Creemore’s main street will have some exceptional programming, food & fun.  

Plan your stay & enjoy the village!

More details?  Please contact or call 1-844-887-3022.

Where To Stay For Copper Kettle

Looking to stay overnight?  Have a few foodie friends joining you?

Here are a few lodging suggestions in & around the village of Creemore.

Angel House B&B –

Cedar Pond B&B –

Clearview Station B&B –

Creemore Comforts B&B –

Emily’s B&B – 705.795.5733

Clearview B&B Association – a unique collection of B&Bs –

Visit for more options in and around our community.  You can also find hotels in Collingwood and at the Blue Mountain Resort (visit or call 1-800-445-0231).


More details?  Please contact or call 1-844-887-3022.

How to Get Here

Driving times to Creemore from:

  • Barrie
    via Angus and Country Road 9 – 30 minutes
  • Collingwood
    via Highway 26 and Fairgrounds Road – 20 mins
  • Orangeville
    via Highways 10 & 124, and Country Road 9 – 45 mins
  • Toronto
    via Airport Road and County Road 9 – 90 mins
  • Wasaga Beach
    via Airport Road and County Road 9 – 20 minutes

More details?  Please contact or call 1-844-887-3022.