Baden Corn Festival aims to have a great variety of entertainers for the whole family. This is a partial list of the entertainers for the day, come to the festival to see a variety of performers.
Get ready to clap your hands, stomp your feet, sing along, and have some fun: Erick Traplin, one of our Township's favourite performers, will bring his magic to the Kid Zone at 11:00 am. Erick is an award winning musician, singer/songwriter, author and has released 7 CDs and 3 children's books. He has been entertaining children at schools, libraries, fairs and community events throughout Ontario and Eastern Canada for over 20 years with his fun-filled, high-energy, interactive musical shows. Visit him at www.ericktraplin.com.
The Jamie Williams Band is a group based out of Cambridge Ontario that plays high energy country, rock and blues music. Consisting of Jamie Williams, Justin Wright, Bud Cook, and Chris Stevens, the guys are bound to get you up dancing with a great mix of top 40 country, classic rock and gritty blues music. Covering songs by Jason Aldean, David Wilcox, Luke Bryan, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Garth Brooks, The Tragically Hip, Jake Owen, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, CCR, and AC/DC just to name a few; The guys will keep you rocking all night long. Come out, introduce yourself to the band and have a drink with The Jamie Williams Band.
Hit songs from the past to present. Come out to hear us and sample our fine product of 5 tasteful ingredients, creating many musical flavours.
Onion Honey makes folk music, sharp and sweet and mixed in with banjo and mandolin, washboard and guitar, double bass and stomping feet, banjolele and warm three-part harmonies. It’s a recipe for a great time, good for what ails, home-cooked comfort food for the ears.
Dave Pike, Esther Wheaton, Michelle Horel, and Stuart Cybulskie play new-time traditional and old-time originals and all-time favourites: mountain music as heard from the Grand River Valley. They have performed in dingy pubs and sunny cafés, folk festivals and country weddings, small-town castles and downtown galleries, and once a hot air balloon festival.