Thanks for inquiring about the Guelph Gravy Train for Saturday, March 27!
This event has a rain date of Sunday, March 28. Please keep this in mind when booking a performance!
Select from our two Gravy Train experiences, and enjoy a delicious Pizza Pi pizza from Cornerstone as well as your choice of Wellington beer while Hellion Ton performs a socially distanced mini-concert for you to enjoy from the comfort and safety of your own front porch.
I’m intrigued! What do I get when I order?
Starting at only $55, Helion Ton will serenade you while you enjoy the best pizza that Guelph has to offer.
Hellion Ton is an effort in melody, art, and drive that is from the beat of Nathan Coles and various collaborators. Coles who once fronted the Nathan Coles Outfit (Circa 04’-07’) has been writing and writing without releasing anything to the public. And is now bringing this material to life under the handle of Hellion Ton… Prick up your ears for it is soon to come.
Rebel With a Cause
Don’t Order This One (…spicy!)
Cornerstone Club (vegan)
Alex’s Veg Fest (vegetarian)
Mushroom Ladies (vegetarian)
Royal with Cheese
Special Pale Ale
Tell me about the available packages!
Economy package: includes a large Pizza-Pi pizza, two Wellington tall cans, and three songs from a local musician for $55
Touring package: includes two large pizzas, a four-pack of Wellington tall cans, and three songs for $90
Oh, but there’s more!
You can also add pizza or beer, à la carte, to any order.
Extra pizzas are $25 each. Additional four-packs of Wellington beer varieties are available for $15 each.
Is this safe? Is this legal?
We have arrived at the conclusion that nothing in Ontario’s grey-zone COVID restrictions specifically forbids the 5-person-limited gathering at a distance during our food/beer delivery, and with most of Ontario moving into less restrictive phases of reopening, we are confident in our ability to assure both the safety of you and our performers.
We do ask you to work with us to help keep your Gravy Train stop socially distanced. It is the responsibility of the resident to ensure that physical distancing guidelines are being enforced.
If you have additional friends/family who would like to share in the performance, please arrange a socially distanced means for them to watch from a safe space — taking into consideration the phase that your community is currently in. Watching from a car or on the street has been a common option.
The safety and well-being of our performers is our primary focus. As such, we reserve the right to conclude a show if appropriate social distance guidelines are not being followed.
Furthermore, we ask that you select an area for the performance that facilitates physical distancing and can shelter musicians from snowfall/rainfall, if possible. The musicians may have electronic equipment that they need to keep dry. Large patio umbrellas, garages or covered porches work well. We’ve loved the creativity that past customers have shown in preparing stages, complete with lighting and heat!
In the case of weather that interferes with a performance on the given date, the Gravy Train will commence on the specified rain date, listed at the top of this page. Make sure you are free for the rain date!
I’m in! What do you need from me?
Payment prior to showtime is much appreciated. E-transfers can be sent to email@example.com
A three-prong extension cord nearby is helpful as well. We will need access to power for amplifiers and lighting, so pleas ensure that a working outdoor outlet is available.
It is also requested that, at the time of your booking, you provide us with an address and telephone number in case we need to contact you with a last-minute cancellation — either due to weather, or due to requests from authorities. (We don’t foresee any problems, but we want to be prepared on the off chance we are approached by an officer who interprets the restrictions differently than we do.)
Tips are encouraged for the artists when they are performing. They all have a socially-distanced tip jar for guests and passers-by. This has been instrumental in sustaining these musicians during the last two months. We’ve been amazed by the perseverance of the artists in the colder weather. Since March weather can be unpredictable, we hope you’re prepared for any weather contingencies!
We can’t stress enough how beneficial this has been to members of the music community who have been forced to remain idle while we work to slow the spread of COVID-19. Contact us with ANY questions at firstname.lastname@example.org!