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Kingsville Music Society

February 17 - Jeremy Ledbetter Trio

March 24 - Alex Cuba

The Jeremy Ledbetter Trio features three Canadian virtuosos — pianist and bandleader Jeremy Ledbetter (CaneFire), Grammy winning drummer Larnell Lewis (Snarky Puppy), and bassist Rich Brown (rinsethealgorithm) — at the absolute top of their game
2022 Grammy winner! Upbeat, acoustic soul, full of optimism and reality, Alex always has a silver lining on melancholy of any form. His musical evolution for years was all about searching for the simplicity and soul in Cuban music 
With over 20 awards and nominations to his name, including 1 Grammy win, three Grammy nominations. 4 Latin Grammys and two Junos Awards 

About Us

The Kingsville Music Society (KMS) is an Ontario registered nonprofit organization dedicated to presenting non-alienating world-class celebrations of the musical arts. KMS creates productions that engage audiences with diverse programming, stimulate arts education, foster economic growth, and unite artists and audiences in Kingsville, Ontario Canada. KMS strives to be clean and green at all events.
KMS started as the Sun Parlour Folk Music Society in 2013 with the vision of bringing high-quality artists from around the world to perform in Kingsville and the surrounding area. In 2020 the Society committed to further growth of the organization expanding and developing new multi-genre live music events and in 2021 the Society name changed to the Kingsville Music Society to embrace this growth.
KMS operates year-round to plan and produce an annual multi-day, multi-venue music festival, off-season concerts and Open Streets Kingsville. KMS works in partnership with the Town of Kingsville to provide music experiences throughout the year and outside of regular Society programming.
Kingsville, Ontario, incorporated in 1901, is Canada’s southernmost town situated on the shores of Lake Erie. We acknowledge, recognize and deeply appreciate the traditional territory of the Attawandaron, Anishnaabeg and Haudenosauonee peoples and their historic connection to this place.

The Greenway Jam August 11 - 13

Kingsville, Ontario Canada

KMS is a non-profit organization who present world-class music events and provide scholarships for youth wanting to pursue a career in the Arts. We also fund a number of other community based music initiatives.
Contact us to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.
Sponsorships make it possible for us to fulfill our mission:
Bring world-class music to Kingsville
Grow the May Fund with more scholarships and opportunities to support youth in the arts
Provide performance opportunities to artists at all levels of their careers
Encourage participation by all ages in a non-alienating, all inclusive environment
Provide volunteer opportunities to youth
Contact us to learn more about sponsorship opportunities

Rhythm Of The World Concert Series

February 17 and March 24

        The Grovedale Arts and Culture Centre           103 Park St, Kingsville Ontario

As part of the Society’s dedication to inspiring and promoting the arts, KMS established The May Fund (Music and Arts for Youth) in 2014 to provide financial support for youth to participate in and experience the arts. The May Fund provides annual scholarships to area graduating students to continue in arts-based post secondary education and donates to area schools for purchase of art and music supplies. A priority of KMS, The May Fund continues to grow and develop.

The May Fund / Scholarships

Music and Arts for Youth