Alanna Sterling at Kemptville Pride


The Street Piano Concert series is honoured to partner with Kemptville Pride to present rising star Alanna Sterling, aka Twitch streamer “MermaidUnicorn”, aka Merms, a gender-fluid singer-songwriter and mental illness advocate. Catch Alanna at the end of the rainbow Pride parade in Riverside Park, where they’ll kick off the party with a concert you will love and later say I saw them when…

What? The Kemptville Street Piano Concert Series and Kemptville Pride presents

Who? Alanna Stirling

When? Sunday June 12, 2pm

Where? Riverside Park

How much? Free!


What is a Street Piano? It’s a piano placed in a public area that encourages passersby to stop and play.

Why a Street Piano? Who is it for? Street Pianos draw pedestrians, turning any location into a concert venue / cultural hub. By giving residents an instrument to play together, this project encourages locals to share their knowledge, initiate their own ‘play’, and create relationships, setting a precedent for positive experiences in Kemptville’s public spaces and inviting foot traffic to downtown businesses. Learn more about street pianos at

When and where are the concerts taking place? The concert series takes place on Sunday afternoons at 2 pm from end of May to mid-September at the North Grenville Public Library (except for Alanna Sterling’s show at Riverside Park). Check the Kemptville Street Piano Facebook page for regular updates on all things Street Piano, including indoor locations in case of rain, concert details, and access to the Street Piano calendar.

The Kemptville Street Piano Concert Series is presented by Voyageur Art & Music School with support from RTO 9 Government of Ontario and the Municipality of North Grenville. Contact



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