Gord Bamford performed to a sold-out crowd at the Gravenhurst Opera House on October 19.
The recent leg of Bamford’s Canadian Dirt tour stopped in northern Ontario, as it makes its way across the country.
Country music fans enjoyed the intimate show that featured multiple Canadian artists, set against the backdrop of a beautiful decade-old heritage building.
Local musician Christina Hutt opened the show. Followed by singer-songwriter, and military veteran, Dallas Alexander, who was accompanied by Jesse Grandmont on the fiddle and Matt Rogue on drums.
Danielle Bourjeaurd also made a special appearance, performing her single Glass Houses.
During his performance, Bamford surprised fans Karen and Wes London from Minden with commemorative jerseys, for their dedication to attending over 25 of his shows.
Following the concert, fans were particularly excited about the opportunity to meet the artists and take photos.
The Canadian Dirt tour will stop in Midland, Picton, Kingston, Pembroke and Oshawa, before heading to the east coast.