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Live music restrictions easing January 31

Starting January 31, live music venues can operate at 50% capacity, with 100% capacity planned by March 14, 2022.

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Live music in Kingston cancelled until at least mid-January

Today, premier Doug Ford announced modifications to Step Two of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen that restricts live music performances as of

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Steven Heighton and the wonderful wizard of Wolfe Island Records

Podcast episode 37

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The Glorious Sons to premiere Kingston concert film New Year’s Eve

Filmed in Kingston back in February 2018, Little Prison City will premiere on December 31 via the band's mobile app.

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Federal government pledges more support for venues and live music workers

Bill C-2 enables expanded eligibility for key programs helping those hardest hit by capacity restrictions.

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More capacity limits for live music venues

Concert venues, bars and restaurants drop to 50% capacity as of December 19

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Bill C-2 prolongs pandemic relief for hardest hit businesses

Government approves bill extending aid for music venues, live music workers.

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Federal support for live music coming

New $60 million Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund to help individual live performance workers

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Live music on hold until December 20

Section 22 Order temporarily bans live music in Kingston

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KaKaow, Wally High among Mayor’s Arts Awards recipients

Two Kingston music artists were recognized by Mayor Bryan Patterson for their artistic achievement and cultural contribution at the annual Mayor’s

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