Thurs, June 27 at 7-9PM.

Back by popular demand for the second year, the Bronte Lake Notes free Summer Music Concert Series is back with a crowd-pleasing pleasing mix of diverse and eclectic entertainment mix that includes traditional jazz, offering a diverse range of genres from traditional jazz, popular songs, a 40+ piece acapella Broadway performance choir, rock and fiddle. Opening night featured The Climax Jazz Band, Canada’s Ambassadors of traditional jazz.

If you are ready for a night of great music, fun and dancing you are ready for the Dave Murphy band this Thursday!

Formed by keyboardist and vocalist Dave Murphy in 1993, the band has entertained constantly ever since, having performed over 3000 times! The band is renowned for their musicianship and versatility, performing a huge range of popular styles with a focus on dancing, dancing and more dancing! Dave worked as band leader for the late, great Canadian guitar legend Jeff Healey during the last five years of his life, including performing on his last two recordings and touring worldwide with Jeff, and has performed with many other great musicians including Randy Bachman, Colin James, Edgar Winter, Jack Bruce, Ronnie Hawkins, Ian Gillan, Alannah Myles, Alex Lifeson, Levon Helm and countless others. Dave and his band have performed in almost every setting imaginable, from opening for James Brown to performing for Queen Elizabeth. This band loves to play and it shows, so be ready for a good time and plenty of dancing with the Dave Murphy Band.

Come out and join us every Thursday 7-9 through August 29 at the beautiful Sail Stage at Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park. Other performances confirmed at this time are: Tom Leighton & Conrad Kipping-July 4, SoundCrowd-July 1, and Bronte’s own Fiddlestix-July 18.

Bring your lawn chair or sit on one of the brand-new 2019 Muskoka Chairs revealed June 20 for the season!
(foot of Hwy 25/Bronte Rd. at Ontario St.)
Parking on street, on Ontario Street and at Harbour Conference Centre/NEW Boathouse Restaurant lot at the park).Do not park in private lots.

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