'Life is a Highway' singer Tom Cochrane headlining new music festival in Wallaceburg

Tom Cochrane and Red Rider, along with Trooper, will headline a new Wallaceburg music festival planned for the summer of next year.

Otter Creek Jam Fest to take place during the 2019 Civic holiday

Tom Cochrane poses for a photo in an interview with The Canadian Press in Toronto on Monday, November 14, 2016. (Frank Gunn/Canadian Press)

Tom Cochrane and Red Rider, along with Trooper, will headline a new Wallaceburg music festival planned for the 2019 Civic holiday weekend.

The festival will be located on a 60-acre piece of farmland at the corner of Margaret Avenue and Kimball Road.

Trooper, best known for its 1978 hit "Raise A Little Hell," will perform on Aug. 2, while Cochrane will perform the next day.

More opening acts and bands will be announced at a later date.

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