Collingwood’s Premier Destination for
Great Food & Fantastic Live Music

At Harbour Street Fish Bar, we pride ourselves on serving the freshest and finest quality fish, steak, seafood and pasta.


Wednesday – 3 pm. to 9 pm.
Thursday – 3 pm. to 9:30 pm
Friday – 3 pm. to 9 pm.
Saturday – 11:30 am. to 11 pm.
Sunday – 11:30 am. to 8 pm.

Closed Mondays & Tuesdays

Live Music Events

Fraser / Daley
May 26 @ 6:30 pm

A popular concert and recording act for over 14 years, Toronto-based Fraser/Daley has released three CDs of original music and performed widely, consistently entertaining audiences with their large and varied repertoire, big sound and spontaneous sense of fun. Alec Fraser hails from Glasgow, Scotland and is a respected bassist and Juno and Maple Blues Award winner. Mike Daley was dubbed by Jeff Healey ‘one of Canada’s finest guitarists’ and has a long list of live and studio credits. Alec and Mike met while working in Healey’s touring band in the mid-2000s and found that they enjoyed singing together after the gig. In 2008 they began playing together regularly in Toronto as Alec perfected a unique bass-drums combination instrument that gives this duo the unmistakable sound of a trio. Their three albums, Fraser/DaleyThe Whole Fam Damily and Fifty Miles of Elbow Room have garnered steady sales and strong airplay on blues and folk radio, and Alec and Mike have become sought after for their versatile performances, playing everything from intimate house concerts to street dances. Learn more at

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Ever The Bridesmaid
May 28 @ 8:00 pm


When Micha Charron brought the power and grace of her voice to Ever The Bridesmaid, good things started to happen. A solid mix of rock classics, funk pop favourites, and some upbeat contemporary hits came together with experience, technique, and a fun-loving sense of humour, and we knew we had something special. The members share a sense that music is for the audience and when people want to have a good time, they want a good band that will make the night special, and that is what we aim to do.

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Dylan Wickens & The Grand Naturals
Jun 2 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm


True to the spirit of power trios of the sixties, Dylan Wickens & The Grand Naturals immediately grab the listener by the ears with their unapologetic take on the blues, by choosing to colour outside the lines with fuzzed up guitars and bass and melodic, hook-heavy vocal lines. Raw, real, modern and traditional; it’s that paradox which defines the sound of these three world- class musicians (Dylan Wickens, Dennis Napper, Mike Rajna).  The sophomore release, Hi Lo-Fi (2016) spent much of 2016 and 2017 in the Roots Music Charts and earned the group tours throughout Canada.  Their debut recording Tattoo Black was released in 2010 to critical acclaim and extensive airplay on commercial and campus radio, CBC, Stingray and specialty blues programs, quickly establishing themselves as one of the most original and exciting bands in the genre.  Wickens’ guitar work transitions between visceral stinging slide and soulful blues/rock with the combination of the two helping to define the band’s sound as both raw and real but contemplative, while his vocals are gritty and fervent with a “Clapton like growl and urgency” (Blinded By Sound). As a songwriter, Wickens composes well crafted and meaningful songs that often have a melodic twist at the end – a nod to the freestyle playing of 60s power trios.

Sandra Bouza Band
Jun 4 @ 8:00 pm



“There’s something in the vocals of Canadian singer/songwriter Bouza that puts a spell on me. I mean, of course there’s that huge amount of skill and the impressive range in which she sings, but that’s not it. There’s more. There’s the huge amount of passion packed in between the lyrics, there’s passion you can feel while she sings, there’s that playful approach where it feels like her voice is ‘dancing’ with the backing guitar/bass and the laid back drums. Practically everything falls in place with her performance.”   ~ KMS Reviews 

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KIM Doolittle Band
Jun 9 @ 6:30 pm

Kim Doolittle is a Singer, Songwriter and Storyteller.

Kim brings her own particular brand of self deprecation, humor and life lessons to every performance through her own original music and carefully chosen covers. She draws from Blues, Folk, Gospel and Kitchen Party Fun reminiscent of her Maritime Childhood.

Her 9th Album, ‘Into The Blue‘, produced and largely co-written with Ken Whiteley has charted on CBC, Blues Radio Network, Sirius FM, Folk Routes Radio, across Canada and beyond. She is in the studio now working on her follow up for 2020.

Originals, harmony, keeping it real, doing it perfectly imperfect, pleasing the crowd and ourselves simultaneously, telling good stories of a lifetime of music and living.

Dedicated to the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia and those I hold most dear.

Song by Kim Doolittle and Ken Whiteley from Kim’s “Into the Blue” CD

One Row Back
Jun 11 @ 8:00 pm

ONE ROW BACK has been performing all over the Toronto and surrounding area for over 10 years. The band is committed to making sure no one leaves the show unhappy. We pride ourselves on playing both the latest tunes and classic hits that bring back great memories. Our playlist features something for just about everyone.

Featuring Adriana Sgro

Adriana Sgro has been writing and performing music for over 20 years. Based in Toronto, Canada, she has written and performed in indie and cover bands. Though her singing influences range from Donna Summer to Annie Lennox, she has crafted a style that is distinctly her own.

Adriana’s Indie band Waiting For Lucy was signed to Sextant Records, and their CD “Pictura” was distributed by EMI. The first single “Red” was featured in the film “Bailey’s Billions”. After three independently released CDs with Waiting For Lucy, Adriana formed the band The Roundabouts. Their CD “Pictura” featured Dale Harrison, former drummer for The Headstones, as well as Stan Miczek, a popular bassist who has played with Sass Jordan, Kim Mitchell and Honeymoon Suite.

Currently, Adriana is the singer for the cover band One Row Back, and has been playing around the greater Toronto area. She sings a mix of rock tunes, disco hits and alternative music.

The Tone Wheels
Jun 16 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Tone Wheels

Matt Weidinger has a voice like no other. The 28-year-old Kitchener, ON native is a passionate young songwriter, who is well known for his mature rock/soul vocals and impressive multi-instrumental (organ, guitar) talents.

His unmistakable earthly tones captivate the hearts of anyone who hears it. He performs like a veteran musician on the piano and organ, and is equally proficient on guitar, or mandolin.

Although some consider him a throw back of the ’60s, he still has the capacity to grab the attention of both the old, young and everyone in between. He’s an “old soul” who easily commands the attention of any crowd.  His passion for music and performing is contagious.

Matt is accompanied by Chris Latta (guitar) and Benjamin Rollo (drums)


Chris Latta is a guitar veteran who plays with numerous projects in the KW area, including the award winning Soulstack band

Mike Rajna on drums

Jun 18 @ 8:00 pm

A five piece original indie band based in Barrie, Ontario originating from some of the top Ontario cover bands prior to their 2001 debut. These guys have the experience and reputation for packing some of the best rooms around. From their “HUNTER- HERE AND NOW” cd released in /04, they have received national airplay in Canada, some U.S. and European stations, soon followed by sales in those distribution markets. They have made their mark opening for some of Canada’s best recording acts such as Pat Travers, David Wilcox, Kim Mitchell, Brighton Rock, Honeymoon Suite, Stampeders and U.S. classic, Dr. Hook.

Along with their originals, they have most recently brought back some of their past influential cover songs into the mix making them a definite must see band for any venue wanting to party to the great classic and retro music of the past.

“HUNTER is a band that reminds you why you love rock & roll…what it was, is, and can be…pure and kick-ass fun.” – 

Susan Meredith – Rock 95 Morning Crew