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Here's the schedule for Peak to Shore day three

Classic rock, singer/songwriters, jazz artists and a trio of two guitars and a violin fill out the playbill for Friday, July 6.
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Paul Reddick, left, accompanied by Greg Cockerill played at the Simcoe Street Theatre on Thursday night. Jessica Owen/CollingwoodToday

Happy Friday, Collingwood! It’s day three of the Peak to Shore music festival in Collingwood and The Blue Mountains.

Unfortunately due to weather the Rebecca Rain and The Honey Brothers concerts, slated to run on the Coca-Cola Village stage at Blue Mountain Village, were cancelled on Thursday night.

Concerts begin today at Blue Mountain Village on the Coca-Cola outdoor stage with singer/songwriter Graham Playford at 7 p.m. and R&B/Soul/Jazz Gracie at 8 p.m.

Over The Edge – a three-piece band – will perform at MJ Byrne’s Irish Pub at the Village at 9:30 p.m.

In Thornbury, singer/songwriter Avery Florence is playing at Bruce Wine Bar at 7 p.m. and The Look Back Now plays The Corner Cafe at 9 p.m.

In Collingwood The Trio (two guitars and a violin) is performing at Gustav Chophouse and Bar at 7:30 p.m. and The Mugs – a classic rock band – are playing Harbour Street Fish Bar at 8 p.m. Roots band, Mapstone, closes the night beginning at 9:30 p.m. at Crow Bar and Variety.

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