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The Music of March

The Music of March

The surrounding area of London ONT will be getting loud within the next few weeks. Concerts and musical acts will be performing at different locations for your entertainment. Buy your tickets ahead of time as well as your cough drops, you might need them after blaring out some lyrics yourself.  

March 23

For all fans of Pink Floyd, Lighthouse and The Beatles, Classic Rock band will be livening up the dance floor at the Wortley Roadhouse, 190 Wortley Rd. Along with these legendary covers they will also be singing some originals. Enjoying some food while you’re there is recommended to complete the experience.

March 24

Musical director and keyboardist of the Rolling Stones, Chuck Leavell is in town. He’s visiting Aeolian Hall Musical Arts Association on 795 Dundas St to share his work. Special guest will also be present to talk about reflections in the industry as well as entertain. Doors open at 6:00 P.M. and the event Starts at 7:00 P.M. Buy your tickets in advance here.

March 25

Hosting some of the most talented female entertainers in Canada, is the Angry Goat Public House. They are holding The Doll House Showcase. This event is both pleasure and business. It is also a chance to do some networking. One women will be singing covers with an ex-boyfriend, another will captivate their audience, and one other will be using her powerful voice to steal the show. At 855 Wellington Rd from 4:00 P.M. till 7:00 P.M.

March 27

The weekly open stage has come around again at the Old East 765 Bar and Grill. They will be showcasing local singers with acoustic skill. Found at 765 Dundas St, listen to some blues or grab the mic and belt out some chords of your own.

March 31

Sir Rod Stewart is at the Budweiser Gardens. Just a reminder, he is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of fame inductee, has sold 200 million records worldwide and held a free concert estimated with 4.2 million people, the largest-ever. Now he is coming close to you. You can expect a passionate performance of all his music played at his award wining shows. It starts at 7:30 P.M. at 99 Dundas St with tickets ranged at different prices, buy them here.

These events are literally music to the ears, get out explore the sounds of London!

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