A Sunderland singer will be hitting the stage in Uxbridge this weekend as part of the Springtide Music Festival.
Carley Hope, a Grade 11 student at Brock High School, will be performing at 4 p.m. at the Corner House Pub and Grill on Brock Street.
She’s one of more than 60 acts booked for the event.
“It’s incredible to be a part of such a big festival,” she said.
“This will actually be the first Uxbridge festival I’ve been a part of, so I’m doing a ton of rehearsing to make sure it goes well.”
Hope will be accompanied by Brett Simmonds on guitar and will be joined by Matt Cooke for her final song, ‘One for Me’ — the debut single off her upcoming second album.
“I’m excited to close the show with my new song to let more people here it. I’m so excited that I get to be involved in Springtide this year,” she said.
She released a music video for the song last month.
“It’s an amazing feeling being able to finally release a music video for one of my originals and the support from everyone who participated in the video is incredible,” she said at the time.
“This song is actually really emotional. It tells a story about a girl who leaves because she believes she can find something better out in the world but then realizes that he’s the one for her.”
The track is also available on a variety of download and streaming services.
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