(Photo/Colin Macgillivray)

Locals come out for a concert in the park

Local musicians and bands featured throughout the day

Throughout the day on Saturday, July 28, more than 100 locals and visitors made their way down to Ferland Park to take in the incredibly warm weather and a relaxing day of live music.

Starting at 2:00 in the afternoon with an open mic for those brave enough to step in front of a live crowd, the all day concert featured more than three bands and more than 15 musicians throughout the day.

Local bands and artists were all spotlighted, with the day being full of music featuring music from local bands Whiskey Creek, Heavy Weather, DV8, Northern Delight and singer/songwriter Samial Holden.

For those in attendance, it was a wonderful day to pull out the lawn chairs and bask in some great live music.


(Photo/Colin Macgillivray)

(Photo/Colin Macgillivray)

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