Thursday Nights at the Bandstand in Unionville Offers Free Summer Concerts Every Thursday Night

bandsThe fifth year of the free music series “Thursday Nights at the Bandstand” launched this past June at Unionville’s Millennium Bandstand at the corner of Main Street Unionville and Fred Varley Drive.
Organized by community-based Unionville Presents and funded by dedicated community sponsors, the series has attracted talented international and local performers to the outdoor Millennium Bandstand.
These free performances run Thursday evenings throughout June, July and August from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
From blues to jazz to funk to soul to vintage hits and classical guitar, award-winning musicians bring their unique sounds to life on the Millennium stage. Acts that have already graced the stage include the Blackboard Blues Band, the Community Soul Project, Burton Cummings, the Carpet Frogs, multiple Juno award winners Fathead, world music chart-topper and Juno nominee Johannes Linstead, Pretzel Logic, Markham’s popular King of Nothing, and Hotel California.
August starts with Markham’s North of 7 providing a mix of rock and R&B from the 60s and 70s on Aug. 2.
Well-known R&B recording artist Jeanine Mackie and her band perform on Aug. 9.
Markham’s popular The Tonedogs return to the stage with an appealing mix of Texas rock and blues and some vintage favourites on Aug. 16.
On Aug. 23, Fleetwood Mac classics come alive with Rikki Nix.
The 2013 series winds up on Aug. 29 with a return visit by the hugely popular Chicago tribute band Brass Transit.
For a full schedule of upcoming performances visit

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