ONTour, Ontario 150’s Province-Wide Concert Tour Continues

To call ONTour a success is a bit of an understatement. The series of two dozen free concerts across the province in commemoration of Ontario’s 150th birthday looks to break all attendance predictions. This next week should put things over the top.

Wednesday: Montebello Park, St. Catharines (6pm-10pm)

  • sKwé
  • Mélanie Brulée
  • Michelle Treacy
  • Amanda Marshall

Friday, September 1: Garden Square, Brampton (6pm-10pm)

  • Anjulie
  • JoSH The BaND
  • Kardinal Offishall
  • Amanda Marshall

Saturday, September 2: Celebration Square (7pm-11pm)

  • Anjulie
  • Francesco Yates
  • Tom Cochrane

For more information, go here.

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One thought on “ONTour, Ontario 150’s Province-Wide Concert Tour Continues

  • August 28, 2017 at 2:37 pm
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    “across the province”… except it doesn’t go anywhere near Eastern Ontario.

    Closest events are Petawawa and Peterborough. I get that Ottawa is awash in Canada 150 events, but cities like Cornwall, Belleville, and even Kingston (home of some of the biggest Canadian bands in history), are being totally left out on this celebration.

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