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My Son the Hurricane, Jeremy Dutcher among Live on the Waterfront headliners

A wide range of musical talent will take to the Marina Park stage this summer as part of the 2019 Live on the Waterfront concert series.

Free Marina Park concerts run throughout July and August

The City of Thunder Bay announced its lineup for the 2019 Live on the Waterfront concert series this week. Performers include My Son the Hurricane, William Prince, Jean-Paul De Roover, and Jeremy Dutcher. (Chad Kirvan / supplied)

A wide range of musical talent will take to the Marina Park stage this summer as part of the 2019 Live on the Waterfront concert series.

The City of Thunder Bay announced this year's lineup on Thursday. The concerts begin the evening of July 10, and run weekly until August 28. Included in the lineup are a mix of Thunder Bay performers — including Kutch, Jean-Paul De Roover, Chris Talarico, and Tourist Bureau — with headline performances by well-known, award-winning Canadian musicians.

The performers by date are:

  • July 10 – Hawksley Workman, The Young'Uns, Tourist Bureau
  • July 17 – Basia Bulat, Greenbank, Tennyson King
  • July 24 – My Son the Hurricane, House Handshake, Cold Lake Sun
  • July 31 – Jeremy Dutcher
  • August 7 – William Prince, Jean-Paul De Roover, Noah Derkson
  • August 14 – Jade Eagleson, The Redhill Valleys, Chris Talarico
  • August 21 – The Treble, Goodnight, Sunrise, Kutch
  • August 28 – Choir! Choir! Choir!, Thunder Bay World Dance Collective

The city said the final performance of the season — that of Choir! Choir! Choir! — is interactive, and audience members will get a lyric sheet when they arrive at Marina Park so they can sing along.

"We're keeping the momentum going with this year's Live on The Waterfront lineup by including amazing talent and taking it to the next level by adding an interactive element that will have everyone ending the season feeling great," said Louisa Costanzo, the city's cultural development and events supervisor.

"We are excited about the calibre of this year's lineup and look forward to seeing everyone at Marina Park every Wednesday this summer."

Admission to Live on the Waterfront concerts is free.

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