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'Live on the Waterfront' goes virtual this summer

Jul 06, 2020 09:40AM ● By Editor
The City of Thunder Bay's popular Live on the Waterfront concert series is moving online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Rock Steady/Facebook

From CBC News · Thunder Bay - July 2, 2020 

The City of Thunder Bay is going virtual with its popular Live on the Waterfront concert series.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this summer's concerts will be streamed live on the city's website.

"There is something for everyone," Louisa Costanzo, the city's supervisor of cultural development and events said in a statement. "Even though the format is different, the virtual concert series will still carry on the spirit of the event by celebrating music."

This year's lineup is:

  • July 8 – Jocelyn Alice, Morning Light Acoustic Quartet
  • July 15 – Tami Neilson, Cartwrights, The Hoolies
  • July 22 – Sharon Musgrave's Soulcake, Sunday Wilde & 1 Eyed Jacks, Anna Torontow with Mood Indigo
  • July 29 – Ragged Road, Cold Lake Sun, Gibson Martin & I
  • August 5 – Tenille Arts, Chris Talarico, Tim Albertson
  • August 12 – RIIT, Sam Louis, Christina Martin
  • August 19 – Big Sugar, James Boraski & Momentary Evolution, Blood Red Moon
  • August 26 – Haviah Mighty, Tourist Bureau, LockyerBoys

Performances start at 7 p.m., and will be streamed at

To read the original article and see related reporting, follow this link to the CBC Thunder Bay website.