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Monday, November 29, 2021

The Boots and Hearts Music Festival will be headlined by Shania Twain

Key takeaways:

  • Shania Twain, a Canadian country music singer, will play at Oro Medonte’s Boots and Hearts Festival.
  • This summer, additional musicians for the Boots and Hearts festival are likely to be revealed in the new year.

Next summer, Shania Twain, a Canadian country music star, will perform at the Boots and Hearts Festival in Oro Medonte.

Twain will make her Canadian music festival debut on August 7, according to Republic Live, the festival’s producer.

“For many of our fans and fellow artists, Shania Twain has had a significant impact on what we know and love about country music,” said Brooke Dunford, Republic Live’s director of booking.

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“We felt it was vital to honor her success as a girl in country music and beyond, with tremendous female talent that is creating waves both across the border and within Canada.”

Next summer, Shania Twain, a Canadian country music star, will perform at the Boots and Hearts Festival in Oro Medonte.

Twain will make her Canadian music festival debut on August 7, according to Republic Live, the festival’s producer.

“For many of our fans and fellow artists, Shania Twain has had a significant impact on what we understand and love about country music,” said Brooke Dunford, Republic Live’s director of booking.

“We felt it was vital to honor her success as a girl in country music and beyond, with tremendous female talent that is creating waves both across the border and within Canada.”

With nine months before the start of Boots and Hearts, it is unclear whether the festival will resume normal operations.

The Ontario government announced a plan last month to increase capacity limitations in restaurants, fitness centers, and various other non-essential indoor locations that demand proof of immunization.

Shania Twain Headlining Boots And Hearts Festival in 2022

Capacity limits in other “high risk” venues, such as nightclubs, pubs, and strip clubs, will be abolished in the coming months, according to the province.

According to the province, depending on the pandemic stage, restaurants, sporting facilities, and casinos will be able to entertain guests on January 17 without verifying immunization certificates. 

In March, the government then intends to eliminate the remaining public health precautions in enterprises and organizations, including masks.

A return to normalcy for concertgoers could be on the way shortly.

This summer, additional musicians for the Boots and Hearts festival are likely to be revealed in the new year.

According to Republic Live, ticket pre-sales begin on November 24 at 10 a.m., with general public sales beginning on Friday.

Source: CTV News

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