The Jazz Guys

Concert lineup set for West Stettler Park summer entertainment

Stettler’s popular Jazz Guys will again open the curtain to the summer concert series Entertainment in the Park

Stettler’s popular Jazz Guys will again open the curtain to the summer concert series Entertainment in the Park at West Stettler Park each Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Sweet sounds of jazz are expected to resonate in the park June 26.

Several other local and visiting entertainers will take centre stage during the summer.

— The Canada Day festivities on July 1 feature music by local band Loose Change, starting at 8 p.m. Birthday cake and fireworks are also set for the evening.

— July 10: Intense Reality recently released new songs “Midnight Drive” and “The End.”

— July 17: Domino of the Stettler area entertains with county rock music and continues to have the “domino effect” as a popular band throughout Alberta and across Canada. The band is often featured at the Calgary Stampede.

— July 24: Randi Boulton is a self-taught guitarist and known as a talented singer.

— July 31: Jimmy Whiffen plays music that has been influenced by some of the best country and rock tunes.

— Aug. 7: Erin Ross entertains with soulful country blues groove and swamp music.

— Aug. 14: “Sing Out Summer Fun” for children and families features Mary Lambert, “an outstanding Canadian artist in children’s entertainment,” and includes fun songs and activities. The audience is encouraged to join in the fun.

— Aug. 21: The Genuine Cowgirls of Big Valley are renowned for their haunting lyrics. Humorous toe-tappers are what give these women a style all their own.

— Aug. 28: Steve Arsenault has opened for Duane Steele, Johnny Reid, Trooper and Nazareth.

To enjoy the evening, patrons are advised to bring a lawn chair or blanket.

For more information, visit the Town of Stettler website at

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