SEPTEMBER 1, 2 _ 3, 2006

For more information about the festival, email Mark Wilson at [email protected].

There is also some information about the festival on the Come Together Music Festival MySpace page.


Pick up your advance ticket to the party for $65 at the following locations.  Be sure to call ahead to ensure that the location has tickets before you travel.

You will also be able to show up without a ticket and pay at the gate.  Here is the pricing if you don't have an advance ticket:
$80 at the gate Friday for a full weekend
$65 at the gate for 2 days/nights
$40 at the gate for 1 day/night

All prices include camping.

Shady Grove
592 Upper Wellington St.

Brantford Music Centre
422 Colborne St.

Rotate This
620 Queen Street West,
Toronto, ON  M6J 1E4

Shanti Baba
546 Queen St W
Toronto, ON

Shakedown Street
109 King St W

The Beat Goes On
23 Wellington Street East
Guelph  N1H 3R7

Hobo Music Store
243 Main Street
Port Dover

Organic Traveller
343 Richmond Street
London, ON  N6A 3C2

Frontier Ghost Town

Can't make it to one of the above locations?  Email Mark Wilson at [email protected] to work something out.


For the upcoming May Come Together Music Festival, we will be heading back to Frontier Ghost Town.  Frontier Ghost Town is located approximately 2 hours northwest of Toronto, 90 minutes north of Kitchener, and 20 minutes south of Owen Sound.

Looking at a map:
- follow Highway 6 north of Guelph and continue north on Highway 6 about 10 km past Durham
- turn right on Grey Road #12
- look for Frontier Ghost Town Camp Grounds approximately 1 minute down Grey Road #12 on your right hand side


Frontier Ghost Camp Ground is a private campground.  Campers drive into the campground and pick out a spot to set up.  There are no designated sites, although obvious spots for campsites are evident.  People get to park their cars where their camp sites are set up, and from there it is a short walk to where the bands play.

The campground has portable bathrooms, washing water, and cold showers.  Campers should plan on bringing their own camping gear, drinking water,some food, and party supplies.  No glass containers _ no pets are allowed at the festival.

Children are welcome, but this is more of an adult party festival than a family festival.  Having said that, the camping area is large enough to let campers who want a quieter experience to find a spot that is somewhat removed from the all-night party.


Here are the bands that have been booked to play on the
Main Tent Stage.  Note that the schedule is still tentative and subject to change.

Friday September 1:
8:00 - 8:45  to be announced
9:00 - 11:00  Eccodek
late night saloon - Diesel Dog

Saturday September 2:
12:30 - 1:30  Diesel Dog (acoustic)
2:00 - 3:00  Sights Unseen
3:30 - 4:30  Passenger
5:00 - 6:00  Doug Feaver
6:30 - 7:30  What The Thunder Said
8:00 - 9:00  The Irie Band
9:30 - 11:00  Fat Cats
late night saloon - Shelby, Elmo and the Boys

Sunday September 3:
1:00 - 2:00  Yellow Butterfly
2:30 - 3:30  Mark Wilson _ The Way It Is
4:00 - 5:00  Vanderpark
5:30 - 7:00  Chameleon Project
7:30 - 9:00  Caution Jam
9:30 - 11:00  Superstack
late night saloon to be announced

Saloon Stage will feature acoustic acts on Saturday and Sunday, and bands performing late night sets.  Check out the schedule for the Acoustic Saloon:

Saturday September 2:
1:00  Lucas Stagg
2:00  Craig McNair
3:00  Mark Wilson
4:00  Lynn Jackson
5:00  Mike Alviano
6:00  Shannon Lyon
7:00  Tanya Philipovich
8:00  Paul MacLeod

Sunday September 3:
noon John Mars
1:00  Mark Tonin
2:00  Doug Feaver
3:00  Erica Knight
4:00  Jay Cleary
5:00  Mandi Hancock
6:00  JP Riemens
7:00  Alfie Smith