Soleia Mermaid’s Garden

Experience the mer-magic of story telling, dance, drama, and music with Soleia Mermaid and the Dread Pirate Drumz. An adventMER for young and old, step into the Mermaid’s Garden to be transported into the watery world of a land-curious mermaid and her musical pirate friend.

Teeny Tiny Music Show

Teeny Tiny Music Show (TTMS) is an immersive marching band theatre company dedicated to merging music and story in surprising and unexpected ways. The TTMS has their debut in the 2015 Hamilton Fringe Festival at the Baltimore House. Since then, our company has been focused on creating works in venues such as The Painted Lady, Theatre Passe Muraille, and the Randolph Theatre in Toronto and open air festivals including Dundas West Fest and the Annex Family Festival in Toronto.

Sanderson Centre

Sunday, September 15
The Heart of Ontario Art Zone

The current season at Brantford’s Sanderson Centre has been 100 years in the making. It is a daunting task to look at all that has been on its stage over the years and to find a way to celebrate that rich history. The company has tried to meet the challenge and entertain the public with selections in keeping with the theatre’s three eras – vaudeville, film, and performance.

Six Nations Tourism: Traditional Games

Friday September 13, 6pm-8pm
Saturday September 14, 5pm-8pm
Sunday September 15, 12pm-5pm
The Heart of Ontario Art Zone

Located just outside the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Six Nations Tourism, a proud department of the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation, is a Destination Marketing Organization for the most populated First Nation in Canada. Six Nations Tourism is dedicated to educating visitors, marketing and promoting small businesses, events, sites, and promoting attractions in order to vitalize economic growth throughout Six Nations of the Grand River.

KooGle Theatre Company

KooGle Theatre Company
Saturday, September 14
12pm – 4pm
Heart of Ontario Art Zone

KooGle Theatre Company is a Burlington-based, professional performing arts company founded in 2007 by Equity artists and husband and wife team, Leslie and Christopher Gray. KooGle believes in employing a range of talent – from aspiring artists to professional and always utilizing as many local performers as possible.


Belly dance is actually referred to as raqs sharqi (Arabic for “Eastern Dance”), a Middle Eastern/North African art that is very culture-specific. The context in which belly dance is perceived is how the artist interprets the music. Unlike many other dance forms, the classically trained dancer is not creating a story. With the popularity of fusion belly dance artists, there is more emphasis on theatrical productions with stories and site specificity where they will use their surroundings. BellaDance Hamilton focuses on classic styles of Egyptian raqs sharqi and musical interpretation.

David Hudson Dance Co.

Inspired by mentors with dynamic, intricate, and bold perspectives. David Hudson has been creating, and appreciating, contemporary dance for over 20 years. Born and raised in England, Hudson currently lives and works in Hamilton, Ontario.

“Celebrating dance, whatever your perspective may be, empowering people to have access to and enjoy movement. There is community in dance, fellowship in story-telling, and a need for diverse outlooks to facilitate the development and growth of these crafts to inspire generations of artists.” – David Hudson

Flat Earth Global

Flat Earth Global is an entertainment company specializing in creating works that go against reason, are all over the map and sometimes…fall right off the edge.

Burlington Student Theatre

Friday, September 13
The Heart of Ontario Art Zone

At Burlington Student Theatre, children and youth can participate in a range of performing arts opportunities. BST’s programs focus on the wellness and development of our young people, fostering empathy, courage and critical thinking within a safe and nurturing environment. Participants practice the tools and transferrable skills they need to feel good about themselves and act with confidence in their everyday lives. Youth are empowered to create a better world.

Alegria Dance

Saturday September 14
The Heart of Ontario Art Zone

Alegria means “joy” or “happiness,” and that‘s exactly what the company’s instructors love to do for students — bring joy back into their lives through dance!  They are are committed to providing dancers with a welcoming, and positive space to learn to dance through the firm beliefs of growth, authenticity, collaboration and optimism. Find out first hand when Alegria returns to Supercrawl to offer on-street salsa dance lessons to festival visitors.

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