Classified to headline Live on the Waterfront June 29, 2018

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Classified will perform on June 29 2018 in Thunder Bay
Classified will perform on June 29 2018 in Thunder Bay

Classified will perform on June 29 2018 in Thunder Bay
Classified will perform on June 29 2018 in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – The City of Thunder Bay is pleased to host its headliner – multiple award-winning artist Classified – at the season’s first Live on the Waterfront on Friday, June 29, presented by Ontario Power Generation.

This free special presentation of Live on the Waterfront also highlights the launch of the City’s new stage: the Ontario Power Generation Community Stage. Audiences will experience high-quality production throughout the season with the all-new stage, sound, and lights.

“We wanted to start the summer events season off with a bang and really show the potential of our new infrastructure,” said Ash Young, Cultural Development & Events Supervisor. “We have created an extremely diverse and high-quality line-up of talent for the summer, and this show will give everyone a taste of what’s to come.”

June 29 marks an important day for Classified, who will be releasing his new album – “Tomorrow could be…” Classified is a Juno-award winning recording artist known for his nationwide hit songs including Inner Ninja, Oh Canada, and recent release Powerless. Fans may purchase new Classified merchandise on site.

“Excited to get back to Thunder Bay for a show, it’s been a few years,” said Classified. “Actually, it’s been almost a year since I did a full show. The boys are back together and we’re excited to be back on stage to help Thunder Bay celebrate the launch of the City’s new stage.”

This talent-packed night will also feature:

  • Logan Staats, winner of CTV’s The Launch
  • Elijah Will
  • Aerialist Sachicko Brayshaw with a Quartet from the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra

Performances start at 5:30 pm. Come early to enjoy onsite food vendors and hear opening remarks. Live on the Waterfront is funded in part by the Government of Ontario. It runs from 6 pm – 9 pm every Wednesday from July 11 to August 29.