Nelson's Spiritwood performed at Concert in the Park last Wednesday night

Concert in the Park Schedule

Concert in the Park is running until August 25 at Kinnaird.

Concerts in the Park have continued at Kinnaird Park this summer with shows starting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday nights.

Wednesday, July 15  featured Nelson’s Spiritwood, covering songs from a variety of genres including classic country, light rock and pop. The band’s singer and guitarist Tracy Lynn Johnson says the band is also working on some original songs for an upcoming album.

Wednesday’s band was still to be announced when we went to press, but we have a quick peek at what’s coming up for the rest of the summer:

 

July 29: blues and jazz favourites Clinton Swanson & Friends

August 5: The Laura Landsberg Quartet

August 12: a Broadway review by Dawn Graham

August 19: a Juno nominated jazz trio led by Melody Diachun

August 25: Canadian folk duo Moats & Oats

 

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