All Of Niagara

Twilight Tuesdays

18 Jul, 2017
07:00 PM
Twilight Tuesdays

Twilight Tuesdays “Something old, something new, something borrowed and something Blue”, best describes our musical lineup this year, as Twilight Tuesday turns in a new direction. Some of our musicians have played here before…many times , some are back in a new guise or as part of a new band, some are here for the first time and some have played in the hall during the past year at other special occasions. However they got here, they are sure to provide music and an enjoyable evening for everyone.

June 27 Stonewall Starting us off this year with a change of pace is Stonewall… 5 musicians playing Classic Rock for all age groups. “Get Your Dancin' Shoes Ready”.

July 4 Educated Guess is a four piece cover band who has played throughout the Niagara Region for over ten years, featuring the music U2, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, the Kings of Leon, Men at Work, Duran,Duran, the Who

July 11 Groovy Food Travel back in time to the halcyon days of classic Rock and Roll with Groovy Food … a four-piece, classic rock band that has been performing predominantly around the Niagara peninsula since 1999. Influenced by Chicago, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Doobie Brothers, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, Sly and The Family Stone, Stevie Wonder, The Who and others, Groovy Food tries to bring an authentic 1960′s/70′s classic rock experience to every venue at which they play.

July 18 Brad Boland You will recognize the wonderful singing voice from his many appearances here with the “Juke Box Junkies”. Brad is also a talented solo artist. We know you won’t be disappointed with his musical repertoire from recording stars both past and present

July 25 Randy Thomas A very versatile performer, Randy brings his “Solo/OneMan Band” back to Fireman’s Park, featuring rock and roll and country music from the 50’s and 60’s August 1 MaryLou Minor & Sideroad 3 Marylou has appeared here before with the Peace River Band and now she is back with Sideroad 3. A talented country singer who doesn’t fit the current model of country music but is more like that of Patsy Cline…simple with lyrics filled with sincerity as though she has lived them

August 8 Soul Jam is a premier Niagara based band performing classic R&B, Motown and rock. You may have seen them at the Spyce Lounge, the Grape and Wine Festival, Scotiabank Convention Centre and recently at Holimont Ski Resort in Ellicottville and now they join us at Fireman’s Park to entertain you with their musical talent.

August 15 Avenue Inn is an alternative rock band based out of Niagara Falls formed in 2012. Unlike a lot of bands their sound is new - they list Arkells, The 1975, Arctic Monkeys, The Sheepdogs, John Mayer(!) and Kings of Leon as key influences.

August 22 Brett & Patti Baker fresh from their winter tour in Florida, Brett and Patti return to Fireman’s Park for an evening packed with country classics by all the stars and the toe-tapping hits written by Brett as well.

August 29 Dave Horton is our closer for the season, David is a master of the keyboards who covers a variety of musical styles ranging from country to rock and roll and blues standards. Welcome back for another year.