Take a step back in time to the summer of 1969.
It was one of the most iconic years in music and pop culture and historic events such as the first man to land on the moon.
The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Elvis, and The Guess Who were the most popular groups and television classics such as Hee Haw and Sesame Street dominated the little screen.
It was a summer of ‘groovy’ tunes.
Conceived by David Rogers with music arrangements by David Hogan, the show features hit songs such as Galveston, Sugar Sugar, Everyday People, These Eyes, A Boy Named Sue, Honky Tonk Women, Get Together, In The Ghetto, and Sweet Caroline.
The creative duo is known for producing sell out shows. The Summer of ’69 had its run at the Victoria Playhouse Petrolia extended by five days in June.
It travels to Collingwood next. The cast will bring Summer of ’69 to life in the Weider Room of the Blue Mountain Inn, Collingwood, from July 9-13.
The show is part of Theatre Collingwood’s summer season. For tickets contact the box office at 705-445-2200.