This year, Credit Goes Country will be a two-day extravaganza on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon on the Tim Hortons Mainstage.

River Town Saints will be headlining the Festival Saturday night. Headliner River Town Saints released their debut single “A Little Bit Goes a Long Way,” landing them on many “Artists to Watch Lists”.

Their highly anticipated second single, “Cherry Bomb” was released in the spring of 2016, along with a video that has over 1 million views online. Their third single “Bonfire”, hit Top 10 on the country charts and more recently the group opened for Tim Hicks’ on his Shake These Walls tour, as well as toured with Kip Moore in western Canada. The band released their debut self-titled album in spring, 2017.

Led by the strong vocals of Chris Labelle, River Town Saint’s unbeatable energy has already landed them on stage with Tim Hicks and the front page of the Hamilton Spectator.

Since signing with Open Road Recordings, the band has shared the stage with The Road Hammers and opened for Tim Hicks. Last summer saw the group on the festival circuit, impressing fans and winning new ones with their dynamic live show, at Boots and Hearts in Ontario, Rock the Park in London and The Queen’s Plate at Woodbine Race track.

Credit Goes Country starts on Saturday with performances by Genevieve Fisher, Leah Daniels, The Reklaws and the headlining band the River Town Saints. The show starts at 6:00 pm.

Sunday’s show runs from 12 noon – 6:00 pm with performances by Mississauga’s own Marshall Dane and Alessia Cohle. Ty Baynton and Rich Cloke will also be performing and are sure to be crowd pleasers. Be sure to join in for line dancing lessons during the show.

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