The following Bands have been booked for Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa which takes place over the August long weekend. Friday night Juno award winning and highly requested Kenny Shields & Streetheart and closing Friday night one of the most respected Canadian bands ever 54-40, Saturday night Alternative pop icons and fan favorite Sloan, and “closing Saturday night is a band who has sold more than 10 million albums, earning four multi-platinum plaques, including the four-million-selling Get Lucky, and a trio of double-platinum releases in their self-titled 1980 debut, 1983’s Keep It Up and 1985’s Lovin’ Every Minute of It, it’s LOVERBOY.” And closing on Sunday night… This band has sold millions of albums, winner of four Juno Awards, and ten Much Music Video Awards. Rockin the Fields is proud to bring you one of Canada’s most popular bands Our Lady Peace. Early bird weekend, day and camping passes are available at rockinthefields.ca or by calling 1-888-330-8333. Follow us on Facebook and twitter. Come and see what has made this such a successful and anticipated festival, join thousands of others who love nothing more than listening to and watching some of the best music to be found in the country and remember Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa, It’s a beautiful thing!
2016 POSTER CONTEST Your chance to win 2 weekend passes to this years show. RFM is looking for our next poster picture to be used for the 2016 Festival. Were looking for pictures showing your experience and the over beauty of the site. Post your favourite picture on our Facebook page, or tag us in your photo from past years at RFM to enter. Winner will be announced on March 11th. Make sure you invite your friends to like and share to continue to make this festival bigger and better. RFM #itsabeautifulthing
We would like to welcome some new Board members to the team: Angie Doherty, Alan Logan, and Jamie Armstrong! Left to right: Brian Wenham, Michael Lester, Angie Doherty, Kathy Wright, Doug Wannop, Larry Weisgerber, Alan Logan, Bonnie Butterfield, Vaughan Boles, Jamie Armstrong, Darcy Bialas, Barry Coutts
In the last 11 years RFM has given over $300,000.00 to the local and Westman area service groups. Here are RFM Directors, Darcy and Barry presenting cheques to some of this years recipients. As well as supporting local business and service groups, RFM has created and awarded a Music Scholarship with Jess McInnes as our first annual recipient.