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Bands on the Bay: Tamica & the Boyz
August 24, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Bands on the Bay: Free Summer Concerts
Held outside on our fully licensed deck or inside in case of rain, performances start at 7:00pm (unless stated otherwise). A free concert overlooking the bay is The Thing To Do on a summer Tuesday evening!
About the band:
Tamica has been a professional musician for 25+ years getting her official start with the Ruanne’s House Band in Barrie and is now based Muskoka after journeying through Ontario as a band leader, lead/backing vocalist, and percussionist. Tamica writes and performs original music along with interpreting classic blues/rnb/funk/soul/rock tunes to make them her own and aspires to translate a rootsy sound and to keepin’ the Blues alive.
Tamica hosted “The Blues is My Business”, a weekly blues radio show on Hunter’s Bay Radio where she featured her influences- Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt, Tedeschi Trucks, Big Mama Thornton, Janis Joplin and Bonnie Bramlett to name a few as well as featuring the wealth of talent in the Canadian Blues scene.
Tamica leads and performs in various duo, trio and full band formations with artists such as Carl Rabinowitz, Gerry Markman, Jerome Godboo, Sean Cotton, Tobin Spring, Grant Slater, David Morrison, Gina Horswood, Adam Webster and Dani Strong.
Tamica’s main project “Tamica & the Boyz” , entertains at various pubs, bars, house concerts, events and festivals in Ontario including repeat performances at the Stonebridge Wasaga Beach Blues Festival (2015-2019) and the Collingwood Jazz and Blues at the Station 2015 & season opener in 2016 with an Allstar band.
This event will be held outdoors on The Stockey Centre’s Bayside Patio. Seating space will be available on a first-come first-served basis, with a limited capacity.
- Masks are required to be worn at all times for all attendees over the age of 2 years, the only exception is when a refreshment is being actively consumed as a bar and pre-package snack will be available. Patrons can enjoy their beverage or prepacked, purchased snacks while sitting in their assigned seats. No socializing/mingling while drinking/eating is permitted. This will be the only exception to removing their face covering. It must be put back on when eating/drinking is finished.
- Seating in the designated area will begin at 6pm. We ask that attendees arrive no earlier than this time as we prepare for the event. The performance will begin at 7pm. Tables seat up to 6 people.
- Attendees will be actively screened prior to seating.
- In the event of inclement weather, the performance will move to the The Stockey Centre’s Performance Hall.
For full details of the COVID-19 health protocols that will be in place at The Stockey Centre for events, please visit our Safety Guidelines page.