TUNE IN TO THE BEST ROCK ‘N’ ROLL MUSIC OF ALL TIMES WITH THE MONSTER ROCK ORCHESTRA AT THE 2013 MISSISSAUGA WATERFRONT FESTIVAL

Monster Rock Orchestra (MRO), the signature performance of the 2013 Mississauga Waterfront Festival (MWF), is all set to bring to life some of the latest and most memorable rock ‘n’ roll hits with a new and innovative twist. “It is one thing to have a rock band perform these musical masterpieces,” said Vikas Kohli, Producer, MRO. “However, we at MRO have gone bigger and better by adding a string section and a horn section to the rock band along with an awesome laser show, creating a whole new experience that has never been presented anywhere in the world before.” The special thing this year is that the performance by MRO also includes an homage to Canadian icons of rock ‘n’ roll. The Orchestra will be performing international and Canadian hits by rock ‘n’ roll legends like Jon Bon Jovi and Neil Young along with the latest chart-toppers by Carly Rae Jepsen and Maroon 5. Monster Rock Orchestra is a world-class musical production featuring amazing talent of local as well as international fame. This grand musical performance will be accompanied by a massive laser light show by tech guru Joe Natale from Berkwood Ent., to create an amazing experience for the audience at the Mississauga Waterfront Festival. People can visit www.MonsterRockOrchestra.com to get an exclusive sneak peek at the rehearsals and find out what is in store for them at the festival.

About the Mississauga Waterfront Festival Voted one of Ontario’s Top 100 Festivals nine years in a row, MWF presents the best in Canadian and International talent while raising funds for charities and sponsoring children from low income families. This year the festival has free admission, life-size board games, interactive culinary family demonstrations, a sandbox artist, a variety of performances by local youth talent and Father’s Day tributes that will make any dad’s heart melt. Past performers: Sam Roberts, Jann Arden, Tom Cochrane, Chantel Kreviazuk, Colin James, Kathleen Edwards, Suzie McNeill and Bruce Cockburn.

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