Free Thursdays #DTKLIVE in support of local businesses, bars, and restaurants
KITCHENER, ON | Thursday, January 12, 2023 – Linda Jutzi, Executive Director of the Downtown Kitchener Business Improvement Area (BIA) announced today that they have teamed up with THEMUSEUM to bring a series of FREE concerts during February, March and April. The BIA anticipates up to 10 concerts as part of this Winter Series.
“Thursdays free Downtown Kitchener LIVE is meant to attract people from across the Region to enjoy the many bars, restaurants, and businesses in the Downtown district,” says Linda Jutzi, executive director of the Downtown Kitchener Business Improvement area (BIA). “With more than 400 covered parking spots in the parking arcade off of Duke Street with direct entrance to THEMUSEUM plus north and southbound ION stations less three minutes away it is an easy affordable outing to help get all of us through the winter!”
From Thursday, February 2, 2023, there will be approximately 10 eclectic music filled free parties held at THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener ending in early April. The +19 licenced experiences will begin at 6:00 PM each Thursday when THELOUGNE at THEMUSEUM will open. The entertainment will perform from 7:00
PM – 9:00 PM.
“I am thrilled for the collaboration with THEMUSEUM. This concert series will shine a light on our Downtown. The hospitality sector is fundamentally important to the quality of life we offer in Kitchener and their success means our community’s success. We are working with Good Company Productions and feel the greatest confidence that they bring the needed expertise to this relationship for the highest quality performances,” adds Jutzi.
“We are a hyperlocal music and event production company based in downtown Kitchener,” says Amit Mehta, President Good Company Productions. “We specialize in creating intimate popup concerts in unusual spaces, featuring emerging and award winning artists, designers and unique local venues. We are delighted to work with an organization who continues create a downtown that is inclusive and accessible.”
“This is a wonderful experiential addition to the downtown core encouraging people to enjoy a meal and then some free entertainment, what could be better,” says David Marskell, CEO of THEMUSEUM.
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