Like every other live event organization, Peterborough Musicfest lost its summer 2020 season to the COVID-19 health emergency. This has been extremely hard on our organization. Seventy-five percent of our sponsorship funding evaporated which led to the temporary layoff of a treasured colleague and a rip tide of lost revenue for dozens of Peterborough businesses
Giving Tuesday follows the Black Friday holiday buying spree; it was started as a way to get us all thinking about supporting the good work of charities who often see an increased need for their services during the holidays. Though it started in the US, Giving Tuesday has blossomed into a global movement that now
Peterborough Musicfest is proud to partner with the Peterborough Performing Arts Recovery Alliance, which is a member-led coalition representing 13 arts organizations and live performance venues in Peterborough and the surrounding region. Our members include charitable organizations and private enterprises who have joined forces to speak with one voice because we are deeply concerned about
Board of Directors – Treasurer (approx. 15 hours per month) Reporting to the Board Chair Peterborough Musicfest (PMF) is a non-profit, charitable organization that has offered free-admission concerts on Wednesday and Saturday evenings every summer since 1987. Our stage has seen the likes of Dallas Green from City and Colour, Terri Clarke, k-os, Walk Off
Administrative Assistant Part-time contract (15-20 hours/week) Reporting to General Manager Peterborough Musicfest (PMF) is a non-profit, charitable organization that has offered free-admission concerts on Wednesday and Saturday evenings every summer since 1987. Our stage has seen the likes of Dallas Green from City and Colour, Terri Clarke, k-os, Walk Off the Earth, Tegan & Sara,
The Peterborough Performing Arts Recovery Alliance is a new group we’re honoured to be part of. If you’re in a position to do so, please support your local performance venues and arts organizations by making a direct donation. In addition to being vital to the cultural life of Peterborough, they’re a crucial part of the
During these unprecedented weeks of isolation and uncertainty, we know many of you are looking ahead to the summer and wondering if your long-cherished warm weather activities will go ahead. For our part, we are continuing to plan Peterborough Musicfest – safely from our homes – but we know our season will not run as normal.
We at Peterborough Musicfest have been watching the evolution of the COVID-19 situation very closely. We have seen several respected organizations, festivals, and individual artists cancel their events, festivals, concerts, and conferences due to concerns about the virus. We want to assure you that Peterborough Musicfest is committed to making the best informed decision we