Ben Klick (left) and Cod Gone Wild will perform an outdoor concert July 22 at Beasley Park in Lake Country. Image Credit: Contributed

Concert mixes Celtic and country music

Lake Country outdoor venue to host Cod Gone Wild and Ben Klick

Cod Gone Wild and Ben Klick perform in Lake Country

Lake Country, BC – Everyone welcome to enjoy live music in the park on a summer evening

If you like great music, fun crowds and dancing in the park, plan your Saturday evening to be at Beasley Park in Lake Country on July 22nd. High energy feature performers are guitar pickin’ country gentleman Ben Klick and well-known Okanagan-based Celtic band Cod Gone Wild.

“Klick is a guitar slinging, unique, high energy country artist; and Cod Gone Wild is recognized for their modern edgy Celtic sound that appeals to every audience,” said Ryan Donn, Cultural Development Coordinator. “This is going to be the highlight summer performance in Lake Country of the 2017 season.”

Cod Gone Wild just released their fourth studio album, “The Islander”; and Ben Klick is just back from performing at the Calgary Stampede. These professional musicians have an unbelievable amount of talent and bring together their backgrounds in classical, folk, rock, jazz and country to delight and entertain audiences of every age throughout Canada and beyond.

“Thanks to our generous sponsors we can host this concert event Free of charge for the community,” said Donn.

Live! in Lake Country performances are presented by TD Canada Trust with additional sponsorship provided by Lakestone, Pacific Coastal Airlines, Telus PureFibre, Kiwanis, Castanet and New Horizon Productions. Pacific Coastal will be giving away a round trip to anywhere they fly to one lucky attendee at the event on Saturday.

Beasley Park is located at 3450 Woodsdale Rd. and shares a beach on Wood Lake with Reiswig Regional Park, plus a playground, picnic gazebo and washroom facilities. Everyone is invited to bring their lawn chairs and blankets for seating in the park. The concert starts at 6:40pm and goes until 9:00pm, but everyone is invited to come early, enjoy the park and even bring a picnic. No dogs or alcohol please. Parking is limited so please carpool, walk or cycle. Overflow parking is available at Woodsdale Tennis Courts.

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