VenueFestival Hub Stage
TimeFriday 6pm 
City of OriginSt.Catharines, ON


Beth Moore is a Indie-Folk Singer/Songwriter from St.Catharines who has recently launched onto the National Stage with her release ‘Five out of Ten’.


Beth Moore originally from Port Colborne, Ontario has been writing and performing her beautiful interpretation of modern folk since 2006. She was 18 years old when she first picked up a guitar and played her first show three weeks later. She knew instantly this is what she would dedicate her life to. Since she has played over 900 live shows both big and small including Parliament Hill on Canada day and New Years Eve in Niagara Falls opening for Keith Urban. In 2015 this small town girl launched onto the National Stage in a big way. She has two songs chart on the CBC top 20 and was ranked the #2 fan favorite artist nationwide on CBC radio 2 in 2015. All the while being one of the only independent artists currently in radio rotation. She has been praised as one of Canada’s best new songwriters. In the last year she has been featured on Global TV Morning, CHCH, Humble and Fred, Drew Marshall, Elle Magazine, Addicted Mag, Canadian Beats, Tourism Niagara, etc. Anyone that knows Beth knows that she’s got some grit and will do whatever it takes to keep making music. She has played all over North America and shows no signs of slowing down. She won both Factor and OAC grants for her recent album. Her songs are said to be ‘crisp’, ‘honest’, and ‘to the point’.


“[T]he album sounds crisp, clean and professional, while still letting Moore’s natural talent shine through.” -NADIA ELKHARADLY, Addicted Magazine (Mar 27, 2015)

“This album definitely does not deserve a five out of ten. From start to finish it’ll keep you hooked and leave you wishing it didn’t end.” -AMANDA HATHER , Canadian Beats

“Rollicking, rowdy balladeering from a St.Catharines, Ont. native, harmonizing out of heartbreak” -Elle Magazine Canada

“One of Canada’s Best New Songwriters” -Tom Power CBC Radio 2

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