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Open Air Stage Concert for Kids

Open Air Stage Concert for Kids

featuring Girl Pow-R

Girl Pow-R is an all-girl pop-rock band. The group consists of very talented young girls ages 12+ who create and sing original music, play instruments, dance, and most importantly, inspire others to be the best versions of themselves. Too often, young people are influenced by the thoughts and life experiences of singers and musicians who are in their late teens and 20's; it's time to give young people an alternative to these messages. Girl Pow-R was happy to be nominated for the JUNO's for 'Album of the Year' in the Children's category. They are so excited to be part of the first-ever group of young people to be nominated for a JUNO award in the Children's Category for Album of the Year.

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Walk up reservations will be accommodated if space permits.

There is an audience capacity of 80 people to ensure safe social distancing in the Amphitheatre. Registration is required and seating is assigned on a first come first serve basis. Reserved seating will be released ten minutes after the show starts. Please note that face coverings are required at all times while in the Amphitheatre.

The Amphitheatre offers accessible seating. If you require specific accommodations, please call 311 at least 48 hours in advance of the program to make the request.

Outdoor events are weather permitting, please check social media for event updates.

Presented by

Supported by TD

Supported by

Supported by BellSupported by AlectraSupported by Tim Hortons

Funded in part by

Funded in part by the Province of Ontario

Saturday, August 28, 2021 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
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