Jewel, Cowboy Junkies among performers at Mission Hill

It’s “an intimate experience in one of the world’s most beautiful amphitheatres…”

What do Jewel, Chris Botti, the Cowboy Junkies and Michael Bolton have in common?

They’re all world class musicians and they’ll all be performers in this year’s Mission Hill Concert Series.

The concert series runs from July 7 – Aug. 3 and tickets for the various events go on sale Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 10 a.m.

Promoters of the event say it’s more than a concert — it’s “an intimate experience in one of the world’s most beautiful amphitheatres.”

In addition to the concerts, Mission Hill offers Experiential Packages to enable guests to enjoy an unforgettable evening of food, wine and song.

The 2017 lineup goes as follows:

Cowboy Junkies – July 7, Michael Bolton – July 8, Jewel – July 28, Chris Botti – Aug. 3.

Tickets can be purchased through Select Your Tickets.

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