A free concert series will make stops in more than 20 communities across Ontario as the province celebrates its 150 anniversary this summer.
More than 50 Ontario artists will be performing as part of the ONtour Concert Series, entertaining audiences in cities including Kitchener and Guelph and smaller places like Blind River.
At least three acts will play in each concert, with names including the Jim Cuddy Band, Serena Ryder, Kim Mitchell, The Tea Party, Tom Cochrane, Big Wreck, Kardinal Offishall and Barenaked Ladies.
The tour kicks off June 25th with a performance celebrating Alderville First Nation’s 180th anniversary, and wraps up in Petawawa on September 17th.
The Kitchener concert is scheduled for July 21st, while it will take place in Guelph on August 24th.