Arts Milton is excited to announce Summer Days/Summer Nights, a free entertainment series happening on Wednesdays in July and August. Performances will take place on the stage on Mary Street, in front of Town Hall. The series, presented in partnership with the Town of Milton: Milton Centre for the Arts, opens on July 3 at 12pm with a performance by a Milton-favourite, singer-songwriter, Kevin Morse. Click here for the full schedule, or check out the link for Summer Days Summer Nights on our navbar.
The series will take place on Wednesday afternoons from 12-1pm in July, and Wednesday evenings from 7-8pm in August. Additionally, The Retrievers, an up-and-coming Canadian folk/rock band featuring Milton District High School graduates, will play a special performance on July 10 from 7-8pm as part of the celebrations commemorating the two-year countdown to the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. This special performance will take place in Victoria Park.
“The programming will reflect local talent found right here in Milton. It will showcase a variety of artistic disciplines, including amateur and professional artists as well as inter-generational performances,” says Carly Anderson, Coordinator, Arts Milton.
The series will feature ten performances in total, spanning music, theatre, storytelling, and dance. In addition to Kevin Morse and The Retrievers, confirmed acts include: The Make-Believers, an interactive music and theatre performance for children and families, produced by celebrated local writer and director Tom Carson (July 24), a performance of the Bolling Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano by the Campbellville Chamber Concerts (August 14), and a site-specific dance piece choreographed and performed by Milton-born-turned-professional-dancer Georgia Simms of IMAGEO art works with a special guest performance by Arts Milton president, dancer Elizabeth Kmiec and students (August 21).