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                    UPCOMING PERFORMANCES                     

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Rotary Rib 'n' Roll | Saturday May 28, 2022

We perform for the first time at this popular community event. Organized by the Rotary Club of Brampton, Rib 'n' Roll runs all weekend May 27-29. Our show is from 3:45pm to 5:00pm on Saturday May 28 on the stage inside Gage Park, 45 Main St. S., just south of Queen St. W. More information will be added to the website: ribnroll.com.

Bread and Honey Festival | Saturday June 4, 2022

The band returns for a 7th year to this community festival in Streetsville. The festival and the band are celebrating 50 years as we both started in 1973! We will perform outside the Streetsville Legion Br. 139, at 101 Church St. from 1:15pm to 2:15pm. The stage will be beside the beer tent. For more details on this festival, in north Mississauga, visit: www.breadandhoneyfestival.ca

Private Function | Monday June 27, 2022

A seniors centre in Burlington has hired the band to perform in the early afternoon as a way to kick-off summer with a barbeque!

 

Summer Concert Series | Sunday July 3, 2022

The band returns to Port Credit Memorial Park for a concert from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. It is free and you are encouraged to bring a folding chair or a blanket. Parking in the Library lot or the Arena lot. Many people remember our band drew some of the largest crowds to the Park for the concert series in 2011, 2012 and 2013. You can sit anywhere on the grass and we will reserve the concrete surface, near the stage area, for dancing. It will be quite a night! More details to come.

Gore Park Summer Promenade | Tuesday August 2, 2022

The Downtown Hamilton BIA has invited the band back to perform outdoors for a 6th year in Gore Park, downtown Hamilton. We will be on stage from 12:00 noon to 2:00pm. The Park is near James St. and King St. Check the BIA website at www.downtownhamilton.org for more details.

Burlington's Concerts in the Park | Sunday August 14, 2022

The band is returning for a 5th year to the Central Park Band Shell, 2299 New St. in Burlington for a free 90 minute concert beginning at 7:30pm. This is part of the Summer Concert Series organized by the City of Burlington. From the QEW, exit on Guelph Line, head south to New St., turn right and enter the Park using Teen Tour Way or Drury Lane. Don't forget your blanket or lawn chair! If inclement weather, the concert will move inside the Music Centre, beside the band shell. Concert details at www.burlington.ca/concerts

Carrot Fest | Friday August 19, 2022

We are returning to Bradford West Gwillimbury and this time it is for Carrot Fest! The band will perform from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at the Courthouse Parking Lot in Bradford at 57 Holland St. E. For more details on this two day street festival visit: www.carrotfest.ca

Private Function | Saturday August 20, 2022

The band has been invited to perform at a retirement community east of Toronto!

 

 

 

50s, 60s & 70s Rock N Roll Music Festival |  Saturday September 17 , 2022

The band is thrilled to be part of this 3 day Music Festival that runs September 15-17, offering live music and dancing. It is presented by Millpond Music & Entertainment Inc. We are on stage Sat Sep 17 from 3:30pm to 4:45pm. Weekend passes with camping for $100/person; book in advance. Weekend pass with no camping is $65/person. Or, a day pass is $35/person. A rain or shine event, no refunds. A family friendly event. The Festival takes place in Cherry Valley in beautiful Prince Edward County. The address is 1927 County Rd. 10, Cherry Valley. For tickets/booking contact Millpond Music at 613-476-6535 or email millpondmusic2019@gmail.com. Visit ticketscene.ca for details. https://www.facebook.com/RocknRollMusicFestival

Music To Remember | Saturday November 12, 2022

It will be the George Lake BIG Band and Little Peter and the Elegants returning to bring you terrific music from the 30s to the 70s. Visit their website at www.georgelakebigband.com. The event will be upstairs at the Port Credit Legion Br. 82, 35 Front St. N. in south Mississauga. An elevator is available. There will be reserved seating; why not reserve your tickets now? The upstairs doors will open at 7:00pm and then live music from 8:00pm to 12:00am with the two bands alternating sets, using two stage areas. More details soon. For any questions phone Peter Toller at 905-274-6131 or Steve Pettafor of the GLBB at 905-767-2516. We will bring back wonderful memories for you!

 

                    2022 PAST PERFORMANCES                    

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Private Function | Saturday May 14, 2022

The band has been invited to return to a retirement community, north of Toronto, for a dance that is now sold out!

Private Function | Friday May 13, 2022

A couple has asked us to perform at their special wedding!

50s/60s Dinner Dance | Saturday May 7, 2022

The band has been invited to return to RCL Branch 643 after the successful April 9 evening. You will enjoy the sit-down BBQ steak dinner followed by a dance. There will be a non-meat dinner option. The address of the Legion is 110 Jutland Rd., in Etobicoke, west off of Islington Ave., north of The Queensway. Park at the Legion or across the street at the church. Doors open at 5:00pm, dinner at 6:00pm and dancing from 7:00pm to 11:00pm. Open to the public! Mask-wearing will be your choice. A limit of 6 people per table. Tickets are $30/person. No refunds and there will be no tickets for sale at the door. To purchase tickets call the Legion at 416-231-2021 or Peter at 905-274-6131​. Visit www.rcl643.ca

50s & 60s Dinner & Dance | Saturday April 30, 2022

The band returns to the Guelph Legion Br. 234 where we sold out in 2019 and 2018. It's a Royal City Ringers Fund Raiser taking place at the Guelph Legion, 57 Watson Pkwy. S. in Guelph. Doors open at 6:00pm, a roast beef buffet dinner starts at 6:30pm with dancing from 8:00pm to 12:00am. Mask-wearing is not required. Tickets are on sale at $40.00/person. Contact Tom at 519-824-3531 or horseshoez@hotmail.com for tickets and information. Visit rcl234guelph.ca.

50s & 60s Music Hop | Friday April 22 and Saturday April 23, 2022

We return to the Kincardine Legion Br. 183 for the 9th time on two evenings! The door opens at 7:00pm and dancing from 8:00pm to 12:00am. Each night will have its own song list. Mask-wearing is not required but is encouraged. The address is 219 Lambton St. in Kincardine. Tickets are $25.00/person and only 100 tickets will be sold for each evening. Phone 519-396-3837 to reserve tickets and the tickets will be sold at the Legion bar. The public is welcome. Visit kincardinelegion.com

50s/60s Dinner Dance | Saturday April 9, 2022

The band has been invited to return to RCL Branch 643 for a hot sit-down lasagna dinner followed by a dance. The Legion will ask for proof of vaccine at the door. Masks must be worn when walking around and on the dance floor. These events are always popular; only 100 tickets will be sold! The address of the Legion is 110 Jutland Rd., in Etobicoke, west off of Islington Ave., north of The Queensway. Doors open at 5:00pm, dinner from 6:00pm to 7:30pm and dancing from 8:00pm to 12:00am. A limit of 6 people per table. Open to the public! Tickets are $30/person. No refunds and there will be no tickets for sale at the door. Call the Legion at 416-231-2021 or Peter at 905-274-6131​. Visit www.rcl643.ca

Dancing for The Compass | Saturday March 26, 2022

NOW SOLD OUT! No tickets will be sold at the door. Dancing is allowed with the Province in Schedule 4 of the Roadmap! We have sold only 150 tickets to give everyone more space. This fundraiser will be held at the Port Credit Legion, Br. 82 (upstairs), 35 Front St. N. in south Mississauga. An elevator is available. Virgil Scott (vocals) and John Bride (guitar) will be part of the band at this event! Tickets were $30.00/person. To ensure everyone's safety we will: check for proof of vaccines and photo ID at the entrance, ask people to wear masks when they are not seated, allow individuals to decide to wear a mask or not wear a mask when they are dancing, offer reserved seating at the tables with names on the table card, arrange safe seating at the tables-up to 8 chairs per table, with a space between groups. There is a medical grade HEPA filter air purifier in the upper hall with some open windows as a source of outside air exchange. Individual food items will be brought to the tables, at no cost, instead of a buffet. Contact Peter with questions at 905-274-6131 or toller@sympatico.ca. Doors open to the upper hall at 7:00pm, the band plays from 8:00pm to 12:00am. A cash bar and fabulous raffle prizes! The Compass responds to and helps those from all walks of life who are currently experiencing economic, social or emotional challenges by offering practical and spiritual support. Visit the website at www.thecompass.ca

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