Troubadour Series: Free live music at the Biltmore

Live music is back, says Rick Kerr, producer of the ongoing free Troubadour Concert Series (TCS) in Oshawa.

“There is no easier way to experience the wonderful talent of Oshawa and Durham’s musicians than by attending the free Troubadour Concert Series now on until July 16 at the historic Biltmore Theatre in downtown Oshawa,” Kerr said.

He said these concerts are made possible by the community-minded sponsors such as Durham Tourism, Tribute Communities, Durham College, Atria Developments, and Long & McQuade Music Store.

All concerts begin at 8 pm, so enthusiasts will have ample time to dine and have a leisurely stroll to the Biltmore, as nearly 70 restaurants are in the downtown.

Following is the TCS upcoming events”

June 25: The Celtic and Canadiana Night with Poor Pelly, The Irelands, and The Doozies.

July 2: Multicultural Songwriters’ Night with Hip-Hop and Jazz Fusion, Country, and Latin American vibes featuring LA The 2nd, Nickola Magnolia, and Delon Om.

July 8 (Friday): Rock Night showcasing a blend of various rock styles with the Stone Temple 90s, Far From Infamy and Nothing Serious.

July 16: Closing Night of the TCS with OMA-Nominated Artists in the Artist/Band of the Year category. Vote for your favourite for an OMA Award.

All concerts indoors at the historic Biltmore Theatre, 39 King St. E. in Downtown Oshawa, said Kerr adding all ages are welcome with no tickets required. Doors open at 7 pm.

Earlier concerts
Earlier concerts

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