Popera at Drake Devonshire featuring the COC Ensemble Studio

Join the Canadian Opera Company's celebrated Ensemble Studio for a night of breathtaking music paired with an inspired menu set against the stunning backdrop of Lake Ontario's rolling waves.


Architek Percussion

A Montreal-based quartet specializing in the performance of experimental, minimalist, multi-disciplinary, crossover, and electroacoustic chamber music.


Jennifer Gasoi

August 30th at 10:30 am under The Tent at 243 Main Street

Join Grammy® Award-winning singer/songwriter, Jennifer Gasoi, for an upbeat and interactive family show featuring a unique blend of jazz, blue-grass, folk, Cajun and Calypso.


Méli Mélo

Monday, August 27th at 5:30 pm Wellington United Church

243 Main Street

A magical evening bringing together a unique assembly of renowned artists including Ensemble Made In Canada, Yehonatan Berick and Dionysis Grammenos.

Inspired by Stockholm, Sweden's World Water Week Symposium, Big Lake Kollective and partnering groups in the community unite over seven days at the end of August as the village of Wellington, Prince Edward County, tranforms into a canvas celebrating the element that connects us all.

Big Lake Kollective presents a series of concerts at The Wellington United Church that will include some of Canada's premiere artists and ensembles, including the COC Ensemble Studio, COC Music Director, Johannes Debus and Festival Players of Prince Edward County's Artistic Director, Graham Abbey. Conservation groups, local businesses and individuals will offer free events, exhibits, film screenings, and hands-on activities taking place at The Midtown Brewery, The Drake Devonshire, The Wellington Library, The Wellington Heritage Museum, The Festival Players Studio Theatre and places in between.

Below are just a few examples of what is in store for Water Week. Click here for the full list of artists and events that are now confirmed to take place.

August 25th at 1:00 pm under The Tent at 243 Main Street

August 26th at 6:00 pm

24 Wharf Street