One in the Chamber

One in the Chamber

Summer Concert Series 2019

Having released their debut studio EP, I've Got Something To Say... on September 22nd, 2018, One In The Chamber has been compared to the likes of Led Zeppelin, Motley Crue, Soundgarden, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Guns N Roses. Following the release of I've Got Something To Say..., the band was featured in an interview live on CP24 and the record would be named Canadian EP of The Year by Canadian Beats and their readers, with the music video for "Bills To Pay" being titled Runner Up to Rock Video Of The year at the first annual Dropout Entertainment Awards, as well as being nominated for Best Rock Band at the 2018 Mississauga Music Awards. One In The Chamber recently released their second music video off I've Got Something To Say... for "Itchin' Back". As the track continues to rack up the views, streams, and praise, One In The Chamber continues to push forward to make 2019 their biggest year yet!

The Summer Concert Series 2019 runs on select Fridays and Sundays in July and August.

Streetsville Village Square Concert Schedule:
Friday, July 5 - Cat Bernardi
Friday, July 12 - David Leask Duo
Friday, July 19 - Uforia
Friday, July 26 - Alessia Cohle
Friday, August 2 - Stella Jurgen & Jazz Plazma
Friday, August 9 - Carla Casanova & Latin Train
Friday, August 16 - Jammers Waffle House
Friday, August 23 - Jacob Bihun
Friday, August 30 - One in the Chamber

Port Credit Memorial Park Concert Schedule:
Sunday, July 7 - Achromatics
Sunday, July 14 - no concert
Sunday, July 21 - Mississauga Big Band Jazz Ensemble
Sunday, July 28 - Arlene
Sunday, August 4 - No Big Deal
Sunday, August 11 - River North
Sunday, August 18 - Jade Hilton
Sunday, August 25 - Screeched Inn

Events are weather permitting and subject to change.

Friday, August 30, 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information conact:
Kelly Kubik
905-615-4860 x2111

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