99.3 County FM presents Homegrown 3.0 – A musical celebration of County FM’s 9th anniversary & home grown talent – Thursday, Oct. 12th, 7pm

99.3 County FM presents Homegrown 3.0 – A musical celebration of County FM’s 9th anniversary and home grown talent.

Thursday October 12th, 7pm at the Eddie Hotel and Farm in Prince Edward County.

Homegrown 3.0 features an award winning line up including Academy of Country Music winner , Canadian Country Music Association and Juno winner and Grammy nominated, Steve Wilkinson, Country Music Association of Ontario winner, previously of Cold Creek County, Josh Lester, the lead singer of Broken Walls, indigenous artist Jonathon Maracle, 99.3 County FM host and beloved performer, Lenni Stewart, Bill McBurney, Canadian music royalty, rocker Astrid Young, rising star David James Allen with hosting and performances by Megan Hutton of Instant Rivalry.

We have a fresh line up this year featuring touring, working, professional artists in the area.  Our third annual Homegrown Concert, celebrates 99.3 County FM’s anniversary and the diverse bed of local musicians. The concert features, intimate, acoustic performances of original music from local artists.

This is the second year 99.3 County FM hosts the event at The Eddie Hotel and Farm in Bloomfield, ON. The event space is the perfect background for harvesting local talent and getting in touch with our homegrown roots. There is a cash bar on site.

99.3 County FM is Prince Edward County’s volunteer driven, not-for-profit, community radio station.  The station is dependant on donations, local advertising, and grants to serve the community. All funds from ticket sales to Homegrown 3.0 support your community radio station.

Tickets are $50 plus hst (and service fee if purchased online); available in advance at www.993countyfm.ca, at eventbrite.ca, and at 99.3 County FM  2-38 Cold Storage Rd, Picton, ON Mon-Fri during regular business hours.

For more information & to buy tickets, click here.

Special thanks: All musicians, The Eddie Hotel and Farm, And to Caleb Hutton of Back Forty Productions for donating his time to provide sound for the third year in a row.