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Live music returns to Unionville’s Millennium Bandstand

It’s time to grab a seat, sit back and enjoy as Thursday Nights at the Bandstand returns to Unionville.

The popular, free summer live music series makes a post-pandemic return to live music at Unionville’s Millennium Bandstand at the corner of Main Street and Fred Varley Drive.

Organized by community-based Unionville Presents and funded by dedicated community-spirited sponsors and Celebrate Markham, the series attracts talented Canadian and International musical artists to the outdoor Millennium Bandstand for all to enjoy free of charge.

The Thursday evening performances start at 7:30 p.m. and go until 9 p.m.

“We are thrilled to bring Back Thursday Nights live music at the Bandstand to our community as a small part of a post-pandemic social recovery,” organizer Bill Dawson said. “Our artists can’t wait to perform again at their favourite venue to their favourite Unionville audience.”

This year’s outstanding line-up kicks off on July 14 with Epic Eagles featuring the incomparable harmonies of the Eagles. Mamma Mia, ABBA Revisited returns on July 28 with their tribute to ABBA, one of the most commercially successful bands of all times and now back on tour celebrating the 50th year of their first recording.

The incomparable Rocket Man Elton Rohn with his magnificent performance and outstanding tribute to Elton John’s greatest hits returns on August 11.

The summer series closes on August 25 with the Magic of Motown featuring George St. Kitts ensemble of outstanding musicians and the sounds of Motown.

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