8:00 pm

Ride to Conquer Cancer DANCE PARTY!

You like to dance. We like to rock. Let's put the two together and help raise money for a great cause, the 2020 Ride To Conquer Cancer. Our lead singer Jean is joining the Peterborough Derailleurs on this 220 km ride to raise funds for cancer research. Come on out for a great evening of tunes and help make the Ride a success.

POP Machine

As the name suggests, Pop Machine embodies the ultimate dance party band, playing hit after hit spanning every decade of modern pop music. Founded in friendship over 24 years ago, the band has gone through various iterations and band names from Repeat Offender to Sweet Blindness to Heatwave before throwing a coming out party as Pop Machine at the Gordon Best in 2009. The current lineup of band members are Cal Coons on guitar, Dave McLeod on drums, Mike Pickett on bass, Harley Payne on keys, and of course Jean Greig on vocals.

Read more about Pop Machine in their feature story, "Pop Machine vocalist Jean Greig cycles 220km for Cancer Research".

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Upcoming events
Mar 7, 2020
8:00 pm
David James Allen
Nick Prosychyn & The Bad Milk
Little Rapids
An eclectic evening of folk music, performative art and visual projections! This uniquely humble event will feature singer-songwriter David James Allen and his band, playing their wide-ranging alt-country, folk, blues and gospel hits. Playing alongside are esteemed local acts Nick Prosychyn and the Bad Milk, Little Rapids, as well as projection art by Mary Doust and Amy Liden.
Feb 29, 2020
8:00 pm
Michael C. Duguay
Sing Leaf
Former Peterborough resident, Michael C. Duguay, returns to Peterborough in epic fashion to play hits from his most recent release "Summer Flight Lasts Forever," for which Michael has recieved praise as a "punk rock poet whose performances are equal parts adroit pop and avant-garde." Supporting artists Oberge and Sing Leaf will also take the stage to bring an eclectic flavour to the evening.
Feb 28, 2020
9:00 pm
Spoken Word
Circus Arts
Join us for an evening of dancing and a showcase of Black performers in observance of Black History Month 2020. Featured artists include: Beth Bekele, Don Soul, Mongiwa Khumalo, Boho Fab, JONCRO, Dixie Que, DJ Cornbread and DJ Honey Ham. In addition to this astounding lineup, the Centre for Women and Trans People will be announcing the recipient of the first annual Charlie Earle Micro Grant for Black Women Artists.