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Burlington, ON – Sound of Music Festival proudly announces their free concert lineup for Father’s Day Weekend, June 14-17, on Burlington’s Downtown and Waterfront. The shows offer up a huge variety of music for all ages including: Matthew Good, Kongos, Scott Helman, Tokyo Police Club, SonReal, The Washboard Union, The Pursuit of Happiness, Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy, Molly Johnson, Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, Busty and The Bass, Joey Landreth, Jack de Keyzer and so many more.  Visit  soundofmusic.ca for the full lineup and show times.

Events and activities include Club Series – June 10-13, Silver Series presented by Schlegel Villages – June 15, Downtown Streetfest presented by Burlington Downtown Business Association – June 15-17 and Family Zone – June 16-17 plus the Grande Festival Parade on June 16!  Amp up your experience with a VIP upgrade to Sweet Seats and FrontRow for TD Stage shows as well as the Back Deck for the OLG Stage.

“The Festival is about having good times with great company while enjoying even better music! I’m proud to say this year’s lineup features a variety of sounds for audiences of all ages and to suit everyone’s taste.”, says Dave Miller, Executive Director. “We worked hard to put together a lineup that not only helps to develop band’s careers but also builds audiences receptive to music both new and old, plus we threw in a few surprises along the way to keep you guessing!”, proudly exclaims the Festival’s programming team.
Tickets are moving fast for Sound of Music’s Kick Off event featuring performances on Saturday, June 9th by Sublime with Rome, Simple Plan, The All-American Rejects, Everclear, plus more. There is even more music to come with an additional day of Kick Off concerts, music and festivities on Sunday, June 10th featuring an amazing country lineup: Kip Moore, Lee Brice, Chad Brownlee, Emerson Drive, plus more.   “These fantastic lineups are a steal of a deal at our current prices!”, says Miller.  Purchase today before the price goes up or they before sell out at soundofmusic.ca.