Roots on the Twenty, Niagara's hottest new event!

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Dust off your boots and kick up your heels as we explore the history, experience culture, and sample the best local fare we have to offer. Celebrate the roots of Niagara’s Twenty Valley with this new premier festival, May 27 & 28th at the Ball’s Falls Conservation Area. Live entertainment, food trucks, axe throwing, interpretive centres, and more...


SAVE THE DATE: May 27 - 28, 2017| Ball's Fall Conservation Area

We are a little hipster, a smidge country, all about nature and a whole lot of fun! This ain't your parent's bush party!

FREE Admission, sample tickets may be purchased for alcoholic beverage samples. Live entertainment will be provided by a variety of local and cultural talent.  Live educational exhibits will be on display throughout the event.

SATURDAY: Open from 11:00AM to 9:30PM

• Great Canadian Lumberjacks -12:30PM, 3:00PM and 6:00PM

• White Pine Dancers - 2:00PM and 4:30PM

SUNDAY: Open from 12:00PM to 5:00PM

• Great Canadian Lumberjacks - 1:30PM and 3:00PM


Tickets for Beer, Spirits & Wine - $5 each or $25 for 5 tickets and a commemorative glass
Get your advance tickets today and save the HST!!! $22.00 until April 21st!

Daily schedules coming soon.

Thank you to our Sponsors 



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We are looking for entertainers - please complete this form and email to for consideration.

Volunteers - Get your Community Service Hours! Be part of this dynamic event.

Where does Roots on the Twenty take place?
Ball's Falls Campground | GPS: 43.124089, -79.383901
3292 Sixth Avenue, Lincoln, ON L0R 1S0

Complimentary Parking is provided for all Festival guests. Plese follow the directional signage to park off of Seventh Avenue.  Vehicles will be parked in a large grass field.

Festival Staff and Volunteers will be onsite to assist with parking. Please ensure you follow their directions.

*Roots on the Twenty is brought to you by the Twenty Valley and the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority with the generous support from the Ontario 150 Fund!