A look at Windsor-Essex entertainment from July 13 – July 16.


It’s time to get your blues on. The four-day music festival has just started to heat up on the Windsor waterfront.

Over 30 performers are set to take the stage for Bluesfest. Organizers say they’ve created a new experience for music fans this year. They’ve expanded the venue to include the new BluesTowne. The 10,000 square-foot covered area has select food vendors, live music, refreshments and a cool place to chill. The Tea Party is headlining the event Thursday. Organizers say it’s a diversified lineup of blues, rock, music legends and rising stars.

Belle River SunSplash

Hit the sandy beaches and the warm waters of Lake St. Clair for the SUNSPLASH Festival in Belle River on the Lake July 13 to July 16. It’s four days of action packed activities for all ages. Jet Ski races, a classic car show, Campbell Amusements carnival, parade and more.  The CANAM 2017Watercross Tour will be stopping by the West Beach to showcase some of their top talent. Admission is free.

Wayne Brady

A versatile comedian, actor, singer, and TV personality will be trying to make people laugh at Caesars Windsor.  Wayne Brady  is performing his stand-up routine at The Colosseum tonight.  Brady first rose to fame on the improv-based show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” His unique brand of humour, helped him  earn several Emmy awards. There are still a few tickets available.

Saved: The Stage Play

Saved: The Stage Play is presented by Kaleo Productions and adapted from Private Pain in Public Pews.

7:30 pm, $22 Saturday July 15, 2017. 
519.973.1238 Ext. 3, capitoltheatre.ca
The Capitol Theatre – 121 University Ave. W., Windsor