Music comes to West Kelowna park

There’s music in the air at Memorial Park

Get ready for some tunes in a West Kelowna park for the first time.

This year’s Music in the Park will feature James Elser performing from his piano Friday, July 7.

Free, family friendly Music in the Park concerts take place every Friday night from 6:30 p.m. to 9 until Aug. 25 at Memorial Park.

Music lovers will enjoy a variety of genres including country, pop, classic rock, and more. West Kelowna Recreation staff will be in the park hosting games and activities for kids. Food trucks will also be operating during the concerts.

The lineup for Friday includes:

Emerging Artist: 6:30 p.m. – Bjorn Kriel

Opening Act: 7 p.m. – Step’n Stones (Latin/Jazz)

Headline Act: 8 p.m. – James Elser (Piano Man)

Join the conversation through the Facebook link on the City of West Kelowna’s homepage.

Find more information about Music in the Park here.

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