Joe Chartrand Park

Starting this year, the municipality is coordinating seasoned musicians to delight crowds from July to September with free concerts in Joe Chartrand Park (200 St. David St. North, Noëlville, Ontario) every Friday evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

2022 Joe Chartrand Park Concert Series Schedule

DOKIS - Tyler DokisTyler Dokis - July 22, 2022 

July 22,  at  7 - 8:30 pm / 22 juillet de 19 h à 20 h 30

DOKIS is an indigenous singer-songwriter from Dokis First Nation, Ontario. Inspired by psychedelic rock and folk-rock artists, DOKIS combines all his influences into an eclectic variety of tunes that weaves between genres from one release to another. DOKIS writes illustrative lyrics that convey imagery and emotion over ambient musical atmospheres to keep the listening ear in focus. As a devoted lover of song, DOKIS makes it a lifelong goal to progress and share the gift of music continuously.

French River Band

August 19th, at 7 - 8:30 pm / 19 août  de 19 h à 20 h 30 

French River Band has its brand of classic influenced rock 'n roll that captivates you with vocal harmonies, thundering drums, gritty guitar, and grooving bass lines. Our debut album, Last Look, will have you cranking up the volume to some new classics. Available on all platforms and CD. Our live shows pay tribute to how our favourite artists would play their music and bring you the show!


Big White Canvas

September 2, at 7 - 8:30 pm / 2 septembre, de 19 h à 20 h 30


Les Racinettes

September 16, at 7 - 8:30 pm / 16 septembre, de 19 h à 20 h 30

It is the sweet mix of culture and tradition that best represents our music as well as who we are as artists. With rich vocal harmony blends and a unique style that is our own, our goal is to bring new life to our musical traditions, to represent them with a modern feel so that we, in turn, can share them with our current and future generations.


Special thank you to Economic Partners for sponsoring the event and to Linda Gagnon for coordinating Musicians and Sound Techs.