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Vaughan's FREE Concerts in the Park

Free concerts in parks around Vaughan will be starting soon, and this might be the easiest and most inexpensive thing for you to do with the kids this summer. Thousands of residents and visitors gather each year in the lush outdoor summer nights for incredible live music. Concerts are held on the 5th, 19th, and 26th of June, and begin at 7:30 PM, weather permitting. Parking is free. Don't worry, if you missed the first one because you were consumed with the Raptors, there are more dates coming up!

Honeymoon Suite will kick off the summer with an official launch concert on June 5th in the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, Transit Place, from 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM. This rock band was originally formed in 1981 with two members from right here in the Toronto area. Their self-titled debut album was released in June 1984, and hit the top charts in Canada. By spring of 1987, the band was performing the title track for the Mel Gibson film, Lethal Weapon. Click here for a taste of what to expect!

Toronto-born performer, Matt Cage, or better known as one of the world’s best & most versatile Elvis Tribute Artists, will perform on June 19th, at Sonoma Heights Community Park, 100 Sunset Ridge, Woodbridge. He won the 2016 People’s Choice award in Westfield, NY, and has received many other awards across North America. He currently appears nationwide in the Broadway Award-Winning Play, Million Dollar Quartet. Cage’s performance will showcase some of Elvis’ most iconic looks and songs from the early 1950s right up to the 1970s. Here’s a sneak peek of the fresh sounds coming your way!

Neon Nostalgic will be delivering a high energy rock show on June 26th in the, Retro Rock Revue Chancellor District Park, 430 Chancellor Drive, Woodbridge. These professional and internationally renowned musicians know how to party and get people moving. Here is a tasty teaser of their music.

Make some unforgettable memories this summer in the parks around Vaughan! Click here for more details and to look at a brochure.