Great Lake Swimmers - Concerts at the Vineyard

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Great Lake Swimmers - Concerts at the Vineyard

  • Noisemaker Presents

Great Lake Swimmers at Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery in St. Davids, ON.

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Ravine Vineyard 1366 York Rd St. Davids, ON L0S 1P0 Canada

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  • Great Lake Swimmers

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About this event

This show is held in the Event Centre at Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery (1366 York Rd, St. Davids) in Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON. It is a seated indoor show, and seating is general admission - first come, first serve. Snacks & drinks are available for purchase at the bar in the venue.*

*Some snacks may contain nuts or other allergens.


We are not able to process refunds for ticket holders. Thank you for understanding.


Featuring a blend of acoustic instruments, rural soundscapes, and wistful vocals, Great Lake Swimmers are a critically acclaimed indie-folk group led by songwriter/vocalist Tony Dekker with a revolving backing band. Based in Toronto, Ontario, the group emerged with a succession of heavily atmospheric albums recorded in old silos and rural country churches. The music has developed that pastoral warmth over subsequent albums through a continued vision to record and perform in acoustically unique and historical locales. They are renowned for their homespun folk and lush, intimate Americana in their live shows.

Great Lake Swimmers celebrated their 15th anniversary in 2018 with the release of “The Waves, The Wake,” which displayed both their pop-oriented side as well as a new direction utilizing instruments like marimba, harp, lute, and woodwinds and adopted a more orchestral and improvisational approach to modern folk music. They have been shortlisted for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize and nominated twice for Canada’s Juno Awards, with the CBC calling them “a national treasure.”

Their latest offering is 2021’s double LP, “Live At The Redeemer,” an archival live performance recorded at Toronto’s Church of the Redeemer.

“Dekker’s preoccupation with the Canadian state of mind flourishes in his lyrics. Few songwriters are able to convey the country’s harsh beauty as well. …Canadian folk tradition personified in the 21st century” – Exclaim!