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Sarnia’s Sounds of Summer 2023 lineup announced

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Journal staff

The City of Sarnia has announced its 2023 Sounds of Summer lineup, continuing a 32-
year tradition of offering free summer concerts at parks across the City.

This year’s concert schedule offers a diverse array of local and out-of-town acts
to delight a myriad of musical preferences, the city said in a news release.

“We have a fantastic lineup this year, that’s sure to have something for everyone,” said Rachel Veilleux, Community Services Coordinator. “We can’t wait for things to kick off, it’s a great opportunity for the community to come together and enjoy some live music in our beautiful public spaces.”

The concert series kicks off on June 6 with Scottish Night at the Suncor Agora. Opening week continues with Jammin’ Quartet on June 7 at Kenwick Park; the Honkey Tonk Outlaws on June 8 at Paul Blundy Park; and Joan Spalding & Missy Burgess on June 8 at Germain Park.

With the series running until Aug. 24, more than 50 shows are on the docket for 2023, representing genres ranging from blues to pop to classical to rock.

Venues include Germain Park, Paul Blundy Park, Centennial Park Flag Court, Kenwick Park, the Canatara Park Bandshell, and the Seaway Kiwanis Pavilion.

All concerts begin at 7 p.m. For more information, including a full concert lineup, visit

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