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Free summer concerts downtown and at the waterfront

Free summer concerts downtown and at the waterfront

Big Time productions will be staging two 2022 Music In The City Series events this summer are providing free live music

The Music in the City series is celebrating its 50th anniversary at the


Lunchtime Live Music Series

Celebrating 50 Years of Free, Live Concerts

2 King Street West, Hamilton  L8P 1A1

July & August 

Monday to Friday 12 – 2pm

July 4-8                   Troy Harmer

July 11-15               Jamie Shea

July 18-22               Paul Wootton from The Lowdown Dirty Mojos

July 25-29               Brian Alvey from The Pistol Packin Preachers

Aug. 8-12                A Man of Many Words, Patrick DeNew of Lancaster

Aug. 15-19               Loralee McGuirl

Aug. 22-26               Marcus Starr

Aug.29-Sept.2          Jesse Elliott from Jesse James Medicine Show

Music on the Waterfront

The series will also offer Music on the Waterfront in conjunction with the Hamilton Waterfront Trust

Pier 8, 47 Discovery Dr. Hamilton  L8L 8K4

Jazz & Blues Thursday evenings; 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Bring a chair, enjoy sunsets on the water & live music. Donations gratefully accepted

June 16              High Rendition Jazz Band

June 23              Tuba4

June 30              The Personics          

July 7                Solstice                                     

July 14               Evans-Branagh Band                  

July 21               Karen Thornton                           

July 28               Trio del Fuego Latin Jazz Group    

Aug. 4                Frank Musico Jazz Band        

Aug. 11              Jimmy Howard and Friends feat. Loralee McGuirl

Aug. 18              Loralee and the Jazz Cats

Aug. 25              Toronto All-Star Big Band     

Sep. 1                Avery Raquel

website; Music on the Waterfront – Hamilton Waterfront Trust

Twitter:  @BonnieEsson

Instagram: bigtimeprodns

Facebook:  Music in the City

*Artists/Schedule subject to change

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