Big Fun Festival is proud to present:
Red Moon Road
Road-warrior veterans Red Moon Road make a larger sound than one would expect from a trio. In an impressive, well-choreographed show they incorporate impeccable three-part harmonies, a roots drum kit split entertainingly and pragmatically between two band members, and an acoustic guitar cleverly rigged to also be a bass. Simultaneously, a mustached man plays mandolin, lap steel, banjo and organ (often at the same time), and subtle technological wizardry whirls while the unmistakable soulful voice of one of Canada’s most talented singers soars above it all. The unique show is equal parts polished songwriting, undeniable musicianship, compelling storytelling and engaging showmanship.
Super Duty Tough Work
Golden-era tastes, current-era based. Above the clouds, below the surface. Six musicians and one MC. Super Duty Tough Work do not play: each set is a well-curated journey through music where loops (beats) are slayed and jewels (rhymes) are the tools of the trade.
Doors @ 9:00
Super Duty Tough Work @ 9:45
Red Moon Road @ 10:45
Venue Accessibility Information:
Forth’s entrance is up 7 stairs. The stairs have a railing. There is mixed seating within the venue, and the bar is approximately 2.5 feet.
The washroom does not have a push button, has a railing, and the lock is a push button.
The lighting in the space is primarily natural, with smaller lights throughout the space.
There are no earplugs available at this venue.
The washrooms are gender neutral