On the Verandah 2018

On the Verandah 2018

Rob Tardik

Come spend an evening at Benares Historic House! Enjoy outdoor concerts every Friday June through August that celebrates local talent. Light refreshments are available for purchase at each concert. Bring your own sign-along voices, insect repellent and blankets or lawn chairs.

Admission is pay-what-you-can.

Event produced by Friends of the Museums of Mississauga.

Rob Tardik
Rob has been a favourite performer with OTV audiences since we began in 2004. He is a multi-award winning guitarist and contemporary pop/jazz/fusion instrumental music artist performing at Jazz Festivals across North America. His awards include placing #1 in the prestigious 2017 International Acoustic Music Awards, 2010 Canadian Smooth Jazz Guitarist of the Year; the #1 spot on the U.S.-based, Music Choice Contemporary Jazz charts and being Mississauga's "Established Performer of the Year" in 2007, an award won previously by Oscar Peterson.

Friday, July 13, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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