Rotary Club of Belleville presents the 12th annual Porchfest Belleville, Saturday September 26, 2020. This is a free family oriented event. Join us for the opening ceremony 12:45pm at Glanmore National Historic Site, 257 Bridge Street East. Music at all venues starts at 1pm until 4pm. The After Party After enjoying the neighbourhood music of Porchfest, Porchfesters are invited to come downtown to extend that Porchfest atmosphere into the evening at The After Party. Downtown restaurants are offering unique tapas and drinks designed for Porchfesters! Starting at 4PM, everyone is invited to come enjoy the neighbourhood vibes downtown Belleville. Porchfest Belleville is a local celebration of music, where residents in the East Hill neighborhood perform on front porches to an audience that moves from house to house. Porchfest attracts dozens of performers and hundreds of spectators to this grassroots community event each year. A great way to explore East Hill while enjoying the talents of our local musicians. Porchfest Code of Conduct: Musicians play in either acoustic or “unplugged” manner Treat everyone with respect, be mindful of private property and do not litter. Please be aware of children regarding safety, language, smoking, and alcohol. No smoking in front of venues. Have fun Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter or join our Facebook page for up-to-date information.
This event is free.
Rotary Club of Belleville
The Rotary Club of Belleville received its Charter (dated April 1, 1920) on Saturday, April 3, 1920. Through most of its history, a principal activity of the Club has been the assistance to crippled children, community fund raising, community building and supporting Camp Merrywood, science fairs, music festivals, youth exchange programs and more.
Old East Hill, Belleville
General Public Information Are washrooms available during the event? Yes, washrooms will be available. The location will be confirmed closer to the event date. What are the boundaries of Porchfest Belleville? Porchfest Belleville venues are within the following boundaries: between John to MacDonald and Dundas to Pine. How will I know where the venues are? Maps will be available on the website a few days before the event.
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.