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September 4, 2018

Interested in the future of your Society and Festival?

Come have a say!

Live From the Rock Annual General Meeting

Saturday, September 29th, 2018, 3PM

Red Rock Legion, 43 Salls Street

See you there!

Please note that all 2018 Festival Volunteers are automatically members of th...

April 24, 2018

The Live From the Rock Blues and Folk Society was honoured as a recipient of the 2018 June Callwood Award for Outstanding Achievement in Voluntarism.

The Outstanding Volunteer Award was presented to LFTR on April 17th  in Toronto by the Honourable Laura Albanese, Minist...

October 24, 2017

Saying farewell to LFTR Board members comes with mixed emotions. I am sad to see them go, but I am happy that they have chosen to pursue other life adventures. I will miss their contributions to the Board, but I know that each of them is still volunteering many hours t...

September 13, 2016

On Sunday, a dozen of the 35 Live From the Rock coordinators, who organized and presented the 2016 festival, gathered at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 226 for a debriefing meeting.

A huge thanks goes out to the legion for all of its support of the festival including...

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Adult (19+) - $100 
Senior (65+)/Youth (13-18) - $90
Child (5-12) - $35

Children 4 and under are free. 

Camping passes are $20 per person - children 4 and under free.

The campground is pet free. There are a variety of pet boarding options in the Nipigon, Pass Lake and Thunder Bay area. Please search the Internet to find the one which suits you and your four-legged friend the best!


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The festival takes place in one of the most beautiful and surreal places on earth. Red Rock’s marina front Pull-A-Log Park is located on the north shore of Lake Superior and is fully accessible by car or boat.

Red Rock is 110 km east of Thunder Bay on the TransCanada highway, and 15 km west of Nipigon.