“Summerfest has grown again – now a four day event !!”
August 23rd, 24th, 25th & 26th, 2007
“Summerfest has grown again- now a four day event”
August 23, 24, 25, 26, 2007
Bell Park Amphitheater on the shores of beautiful Ramsey Lake in the heart of Sudbury.
Visit our ‘PERFORMERS’ page for more information on
Sloan, Trooper and David Wilcox….
(Open to all ages)
(requires Concert Pass)
Online Advance Tickets are no longer available
Spirit of the World Drumming
Not Bad At All
Charlie Kert (Charlie Little Fingers)
Watch for the stilt characters appearing during the weekend. Be prepared to be introduced to “The Long Leg of the Law” – Sgt. Buskerfly, as she issues citations to the unsuspecting culprits on the grounds of Bell Park in her official RCMP dress uniform. Watch the amazing nightime light show, a juggling show. They will dances around with the stilts on and surprises people with their agility as well as their height
Children and adults alike can enjoy the various rides that will be available from The Dragon Wagon, Coco’s Plane, The Scrambler, a ferris wheel plus much more.
Water ski show extravaganza
STARS OF POP
A Mainstage Event
Just for you!
Sunday August 26th. 2pm
North America’s Best Tribute
to your favourite Pop Stars!
Your Sunday grounds pass gets you in!
Adults $6 – Kids under 8 years of age $4
under 2 no charge
(access to the grounds from opening to closing 12:00 to 12:00
excludes access to mainstage concerts)
Shaft Bottom Boys
Sudbury’s favourite native sons the Shaft Bottom Boys will be appearing immediately before TROOPER on Saturday August 25 as part of the 10th Anniversary recognition ceremonies!
Formed three years ago to rock the arena for 4 solid minutes at Inco’s Sudbury Saturday Night, The Shaft Bottoms Boys, straight from the bottom of Creighton 9 shaft, take a break from mucking in the deep to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Best event in the City….Summerfest!
The Shaft Bottom Boys are committed scientists/entrepreneurs who all have a ravenous passion for music that they love to share with their audience.
Since their Sudbury Arena debut in 2005, the Shaft Bottom Boys have seen a spectacular rise from the depths.
We are decidedly an “underground” group with a hugely polished stage show.
We insist on wearing our personal protective gear when we perform.
We have never had a lost song incident and recommend proper impact resistant footwear for their listeners as they perform their dance classics….varying from rock to good ‘ol east coast ditties.
Our lead vocalist Jeff Fuller, (uncle Jeff) works out of INCO General Engineering but confides that he likes shaft bottom work.
Our drummer Jeffy Fuller, (nephew Jeff) of Fuller Industrial often speculates just how he might have scored more shaft bottom work.
John Shelegey on Bass has never seen shaft bottom. Says he would like to. John remains confined to the Nickel Refinery.
Brian Benham on Guitar works for INCO’s Central Maintenance but often laments that he didn’t do more shaft bottom work.
…and much more
Go to our 2007 Performers Page
to see this years exciting line up.
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