Lots of superb music lined up for ‘Entertainment in the Park’

The summer-long concert series will run from June 26th – Aug. 28th

The Town of Stettler Parks & Leisure Services has released the full line-up of performers that will be featured in the 2019 Entertainment in the Park concert series.

The event will consist of 10 free concerts featuring local favorites and touring artists. Notable artists include Jaydee Bixby, who placed second on Canadian Idol in 2008, and 2016 ACMA Album of the Year winner Drew Gregory.

Local acts include The Jazz Guys, Loose Change and Renegade Station.

“We are very excited to once again be offering a diverse group of artists as part of the 2019 Entertainment in the Park line-up,” said Manager of Recreation & Culture Brad Robbins. “From soloists to group acts and music ranging from jazz to blues, country to rock, these family-friendly events are great opportunities to experience live music.”

In addition to providing accessibility to local talent and culture, the event is an excellent opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of West Stettler Park and the hospitality of the community.

“Entertainment in the Park provides performers with a great opportunity to share their musical talents with citizens and tourists of our community while at the same time providing an excellent opportunity for people to connect with others from the area on a hot summer’s evening at a beautiful venue,” he said. “The Sweet Shack will also be open during all shows so you can enjoy an ice cream while watching the show – now what could be better than that!”

The concert series commences on June 26th with a performance from The Jazz Guys at 7 p.m followed by a Canada Day performance by Loose Change at 8 p.m.

For more information and the full event line-up, check out www.stettler.net or the Town of Stettler Facebook page.

-Submitted

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