Revelstoke’s Maritime Kitchen Rockers anchored the Revelstoke Street Fest performance series this year

Photo: One last dance

Revelstoke's Summer Street Festival wraps up another successful season in Grizzly Plaza

Photo: Revelstoke’s Maritime Kitchen Rockers anchored the Revelstoke Street Fest performance series this year, where they got the audience up and dancing. Vittoria Van Leur manages Grizzly Plaza during the summer perormances. She said numbers were up again this season with more visitors mentioning they make a point of stopping in for the shows. Van Leur said they ran out of chairs during the peak summer performances and will likely explore getting in more seating next year.


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