Concert/film series returns to Gage Park
Seven Sundays opens July 24 with George Arnone Big Band
The fourth season of the Seven Sundays in Gage Park concert/movie series kicks off Sunday, July 24, with a performance by local swing orchestra The George Arnone Big Band.
The free series of music, film and food trucks takes place over the next seven Sundays at Gage Park’s George Robinson Bandshell with live music starting at 7 p.m. and, on some evenings, a feature film starting usually at about 9 p.m. (depending on darkness).
Food vendors are ready to serve by 6 p.m., including Kool Jim’s Ice Cream Truck, MeatVentures Meat Wagon, Rudy’s Paletas, Taco Queso and Urban Express. Other performances include: July 31 — The youth academy ensemble Spleit Strings Orchestra will showcase students’ skills in classical, rock, pop and more.
Aug. 7 — Local indie rock band Basement Revolver performs with opening act GREY\\WATER, followed by a screening of animated feature “The Minions Movie.”
Aug. 14 — Smoky-voiced Ancaster singer Laura Cole will perform with her band, followed by a screening of “Miracles from Heaven.”
Aug. 21 — The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra will perform with special guests, followed by “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.”
Aug. 28 — Space/surf rock squad The Astro Men with guest Ethan Paxton. The evening will close with “The Angry Birds Movie.”
Sept 4 — Former Harlan Pepper singer Dan Edmonds will perform, with Coszmos Quartette, featuring Brad Germain of the Dinner Belles and Marble Index.
The series is jointly sponsored by Sonic Unyon Records and the city of Hamilton.
For more information, visit the website sevensundays.ca.
GREY//WATER, above, performs Aug. 7, opening for Basement Revolver.