Fort William Historical Park Set to Rock in July

Entertainment Update

Fort Fest Brings Rock Legends to Thunder BayTHUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Fort William Historical Park’s amphitheatre will be rocking as it hosts Fort Fest; a community music festival taking place July 17 & 18. Taking the stage will be Bret Michaels, Loverboy, Blue Oyster Cult, Great White, Harlequin, The Romantics, Tommy Tutone plus a variety of local talent. Tickets are on sale now! Friday $20, Saturday $30 and weekend pass $45.

Fort Fest is a two-day family friendly music festival; gates open Friday, July 17 at 5pm and Saturday, July 18 at 12pm with entertainment to 11pm both nights. Nightly 19+ After Parties to follow at the David Thompson Astronomical Observatory from 11pm-1am, $10 per night. Weekend RV camping will be available. New for 2015, Fort William Historical Park has RV rentals. Two night minimum stay and weekend pass required for camping during Fort Fest weekend. Fort William Historical Park’s historic site will be fully operational for guests to enjoy throughout festival weekend. Make your reservation today by calling 473-2344 or visit for more details.

“Fort William Historical Park is thrilled to announce Fort Fest and welcomes the community to celebrate with us. We are committed to regional economic development and hosting a large scale music festival is a key strategic element in the promotion of tourism in the region. Not only is Fort Fest going to be one of the biggest summer concerts in Northern Ontario, it is also a multicultural celebration showcasing food, sport and entertainment from the Americas. It will be a guaranteed good time with something for everyone!”

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