By 1812Blockhouse

This summer, Ontario’s Marshall Park will host a lineup of free concerts, blending live music with the great outdoors. Residents are invited to enjoy a series of performances in one of the city’s most scenic venues.

Enjoy Live Music for Free

Marshall Park Band Shell is set to feature a diverse array of musicians, offering a pleasant backdrop for summer evenings. Concerts will run from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on the following dates:

  • June 11: Conne
  • June 25: Red Ball Jets
  • July 9: David Perry
  • July 23: Oolong Gurus
  • August 13: Soul Town Live
  • August 27: Aftermath

Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs for a comfortable listening experience under the stars.

Park Amenities and Activities

Beyond concerts, Marshall Park offers numerous amenities that cater to a variety of interests:

  • New turf ball fields: Hosting youth sports and available year-round.
  • Tennis and basketball courts: Open for public use.
  • Play areas for children: Safe spaces for play and exploration.
  • Pavilion rentals: Ideal for family gatherings and community events.

The Heart of Community

Marshall Park is more than just a venue for events; it’s a central spot for fitness, recreation, and community gatherings. The park’s diverse facilities support health and wellness activities and provide a venue for locals to connect and engage with one another.

Consider making Marshall Park part of your summer plans. With its combination of musical entertainment and recreational opportunities, it’s an ideal location for a relaxing evening out.

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