05 Jun

The Kee to Bala, A Muskoka Favorite

The Kee opened for business in the summer of 1942 and was originally named Dunn’s Pavilion.
It has been a favorite to many that have visited the Muskoka area.

In the 1940s and ‘50s, Big Bands like Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong played here.
Since the 1960s, rockers like David Wilcox, Kim Mitchell, The Ramones, April Wine, Rush, Burton Cummings, The Tragically Hip, 54-40 and the late great Jeff Healey played at The Kee.

Check out this year’s lineup: www.thekee.com

THe Kee to Bala

In: historic muskoka, in and around muskoka ontario, on the water, tripin around towns

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  1. […] hip hop artist,  Snoop Dogg or formerly know as Snoop Doggy Dogg played two sold out nights at The Kee to Bala August 13 & 14, 2009. I took a drive by (perhaps not the best choice of words) just to see what […]

  2. […] a few doors down from The Kee I could not resist a little peek inside the Balacade. It was like a journey back in time (gee now […]

  3. […] The Kee to Bala was wrapping up its summer concerts this past Labour Day weekend with 54-40 (below) performing on Saturday night and Sloan on Sunday night. The photos are a little soft as you are not allowed to bring in a full size camera so I used my trusty pocket cam that struggles with the light conditions. […]

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