The District of Sechelt is pleased to present the Summer Music Series, a free concert series featuring local musicians. The outdoor concerts take place in the gardens next to the Sechelt Public Library (5797 Cowrie St) on Saturdays in July & August. All concerts are free, outdoors and family friendly.
For the most up-to-date listings, photos and videos, please refer to the Facebook page “Sechelt Summer MusicSeries” or Twitter feed @SecheltMusic
THANK YOU to our 2018 Sponsors:
- Clayton's Heritage Market
- Hollis Wealth
- Shipton Duric & Associates
Sunday July 1, Canada Day (*this concert will take place in Hackett Park)
The Knotty Dotters: a group of women from the Sunshine Coast playing the music of Zimbabwe.
Zonolite: a 4-piece cover band featuring your favourite Rock, Country, Blues and Funk music.
Saturday July 7
12pm Vocal Intent: a self-directed vocal ensemble with a repertoire that contains an eclectic mix of mostly a cappella tunes.
1pm Reg & Lynne: well known entertainers on the Coast. They will be joined by “the Other Guy”, Warren Allen, as well as special guests Definitely Diva.
Saturday July 14
12pm VonReason: Lowell Friesen & Lancen Harms team up to bring you a tasty combination of familial harmonies, sprightly acoustic interplay and poetic lyrical license.
1pm Early Spirit: Anyone can dance and sing along to Early Spirit’s folk-fusion music style.
Saturday July 21
12pm Shine: Musical duo of Kenneth Norman Johnson & Nancy Pincombe. Their repertoire includes familiar favourites, putting a fresh spin on jazz standards and pop.
1pm The Van Aldens: a rocking, blues-based band formed out of the legendary Tuesday jams at the Roberts Creek Legion
Saturday July 28
12pm Ted & Bonar: You'll recognize these two from blues jams on the Sunshine Coast
1pm The Grant Olsen Band: high energy folk songs
Saturday August 4
12pm Janet Panic: A polished and engaging Métis singer-songwriter whose music can be described as "essential pop."
1pm Funktete: More than just a fun and funky quartete, these pro's play a mix of funk, latin, reggae adn jump swing.
Saturday August 11
12pm Jerome Jarvis: Well known as a sideman on record and radio, Jerome writes, produces, performs and collaborates with artists from around the world.
1pm The LUV: An amalgamate of the Coast's finest players: Luci Herder, Sacha Fassaert, Regan Haydu & Gordie Birtch.
Saturday August 18
12pm Michael Friedman: A stunning and eclectic "new acoustic" guitar player with a vast range of musical genre.
1pm Kaeli and the Tyger: A hot new alt-pop fusion band with haunting vocals and catchy melodies.
Saturday August 25
12pm Aria’s Boon: Partners Lance & Chloe Leeson are inspired by the natural landscape of the Coast and grateful to share their music with the community they love.
1pm Reel Time: Having played together for over 25 years, their repertoire spans Celtic, Ukrainian, Brazilian and occasionally jazz.
Saturday Sept 1
12pm Katrina Bishop: Katrina has a jumbled musical background of pop, jazz, Celtic, funk, a cappella, musical theatre, rock and even a little country.
1pm The Rakish Angles: Canadian Folk Music Award & Indie Acoustic Project Award nominees, this quartet has been making their own unique sounds since 2007.
For general information, please contact:
Siobhán Smith, Arts, Culture & Communications Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org or (604) 740-8476
If you are a musician interested in performing, please contact:
Ross Powell, Sechelt Summer Music Series Producer
Past Music Series Posters