Berry Vrbanovic reveals city’s summer lineup during appearance on Kitchener radio station

Kitchener’s Mayor Berry Vrbanovic missed some of his town’s special summer events during his weekly appearance at The Beat Breakfast with Scott & Kat! on 91.5 The Beat on Thursday morning.

Vrbanovic revealed the theme of the city’s offerings before listing some of the events taking place.

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Later on Thursday, the city said it would be showing the Sandlot at Jack Couch Park at The Aud on Thursday evening in August.

Vrbanovic also revealed several other upcoming events to his hosts, including the Music at the Market Series, which will feature two musical acts every Thursday at Kitchener Market in the Eby Street parking lot.

“We’re doing this in partnership with the Registry Theater, the downtown BIA, with support from Canada Heritage, to make sure artists get paid, which is really important,” said the Mayor of Kitchener.

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“It’s been pretty tough for her the last year and a half.”

The city listed some of the acts like Danny Michel, Joni NehrRita, Penderecki String Quartet, I The Mountain, Western Swing Authority, Romeo Sex Fighter, Mandippal Jandu, and Mary-Catherine Pazzano.

“I think the tickets will go out pretty quickly,” noted Vrbanovic.

The city announced that some of the tickets for those working at Grand River Hospital and St Mary’s General Hospital are being withheld.

He said the city’s annual cruising on King Drive will be relocated to Bingemans this year.

Usually people line the streets to watch vintage cars go by, but this year it will be a reverse parade, Vrbanovic explained.

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“So the people who drive through will know the different cars on display,” he said.

The Mayor of Kitchener said another major summer event will also change locations.

“Kids Park is not just a big event in Victoria Park, it’s a series of mobile pop-up events in smaller parks across the city,” he said.

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