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Music on Main

Aug
31
Music on Main
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

 

Come out to Main Street Markham every Friday night all Summer long starting June 22nd thru to August 31. Each week, there will be 3 bands set up along Main Street Markham.  Walk the street and listen for the artists to discover where they are playing.  Enjoy the evening and explore the street or sit on a patio and indulge in the entertainment.

Event: Music on Main
Event Date: Every Friday Night
Event Time:  6:00 - 9:00pm
Event Location:   Main Street Markham - Stages are at various locations depending on the Friday Night

Event Details:
Come out to Main Street Markham every Friday night all Summer long starting June 22nd.

Each week, there will be 3 bands set up along Main Street Markham.  Walk the street and listen for the artists to discover where they are playing.  Enjoy the evening and explore the street or sit on a patio and indulge in the entertainment.

For more information check out the event website - Click Here
www.mainstreetmarkham.com

132 Robinson Street, Markham, ON, L3P 5H5
905-472-2462
info@mainstreetmarkham.com


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List of Performers:
Please be advise that performers and locations are subject to change - please check with the Main Street Markham Website for any changes. www.mainstreetmarkham.com

June 22:
Main and Robinson Stage - The Beresfords
Carson and Weeks Stage - Larry Bond
Love Gelato Stage - Jenn Fiorentino

June 29:
Cigar & Company Stage - Carlo Bianchini
Second Cup Patio Stage - Sagen Pearse
South Gazebo Stage - Carly Rita, Jonny Starkes, & Dal Hotel

July 6:
Folco's Stage - Matt Gunn
Carson and Weeks Stage - Stephen Stanley & Chris Bennett
Azyun/Main's Mansion Patio Stage - Station Lane

July 13:
North Gazebo Stage - Sarah Fazackerly
Second Cup Patio Stage - Sarah Carmosino
Main and Robinson Stage - Soul Maitre D's

July 20:
South Gazebo - Conner Cheung
Carson and Weeks Stage - Silver Penny
Azyun/Main's Mansion Patio Stage - Marion Drexler Trio

July 27:
Love Gelato Stage - James Marrin & the Midnight Riders
Second Cup Patio Stage - Grass Grows Back
Cigar & Company Stage - Mosaic

August 3:
Main and Robinson Stage - Before the Flood
Carson and Weeks Stage - SURPRISE PERFORMER
Folco's Stage - Kevin Zarnett

August 10:
South Gazebo Stage - Pigeon
Second Cup Patio Stage - Debbie & Phil
Azyun/Main's Mansion Patio Stage - David Boyd Janes

August 17:
North Gazebo - Future History
Carson and Weeks Stage - SURPRISE PERFORMER
Main and Robinson Stage - Robyn Ottolini

August 24:
Cigar & Company Stage - Northern Lattitude Jazz
Second Cup Patio Stage - The Lemon Steps
Azyun/Main's Mansion Patio Stage - Laurelle Augustyn Band

August 31:
South Gazebo - TBD
Carson and Weeks Stage - Xander Powell
Folco's Stage - Corey Feigen

About Main Street Markham
Main Street Markham is the original main street of the Village of Markham – one of Ontario’s oldest communities with a rich and interesting past. Today, Main Street Markham is a unique commercial district blending history and tradition with modern and new shops, spas, art studios, cafes, pubs, restaurants, services and activities.

About the Markham Main Street BIA
A Business Improvement Area (BIA) is a municipally designated area in which all of the businesses located within the BIA are automatically deemed to be members. The very first BIA was created in the City of Toronto, which now has 65 BIAs within its boundaries and the model has been seen as an example of how small businesses and municipal governments can work together for each others benefit.

The function of a BIA is simply to promote the BIA and beautify the BIA.
The geographical area of a BIA is determined by the Municipality, in our case the City of Markham, and is governed by the Province of Ontario’s Municipal Act. In the case of the Markham Village BIA, the BIA starts at Highway 7 north to just above 144 Main St. N and includes the side streets (Centre St., Robinson St. and the west side of Washington St.). Every building owner within this designated area pays a special tax levy based on their property assessment that is used to fund all of the activities of the BIA. The BIA is managed by a volunteer Board of Management comprised of BIA members (owners and/or renters).