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Porchfest Belleville


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Old East Hill in Belleville including the Glanmore National Historic Site

257 Bridge Street East, Belleville ON

Belleville, ON, ON

Directions: An interactive map will be available.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


Rotary Club of Belleville presents the 14th annual Porchfest Belleville, Saturday September 23, 2023. This is a free family oriented event.

The 'Old East Hill' comes alive with music! Musicians play on the front porches in walkable locations around Old East Hill. 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.

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

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.



Rotary Club of Belleville

The Rotary Club of Belleville received its Charter (dated April 1, 1920) on Saturday, April 3, 1920. It was identified as Club 645 in District 4. We are now in District 7070. The Club's sponsor was represented by 22 members of the Rotary Club of Toronto, who travelled to Belleville by private railway car for this express purpose. They were entertained with motor car trips around the city, a reception at the Belleville Club, and the Charter Dinner and Banquet at the Hotel Quinte.

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