Summer Street Festival concert series begins Saturday

Downtown Revelstoke will once again resonate with a variety of aural delights during the Summer Street Festival.

The Summer Street Festival in Grizzly Plaza kicks off Saturday

Downtown Revelstoke will once again resonate with a variety of aural delights during the Summer Street Festival.

The annual concert series kicks off on Saturday, June 25, with the community band taking the Grizzly Plaza stage, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The following night, at the same time and location, it’s Vernon-based folk singer Lowell Friesen. This singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is currently promoting his 2015 release, Home… and Away.

A host of well-known Revelstoke regulars are returning for this year’s fest, including Maritime Kitchen Party, Denis Severino, Stacie Byrne, Joanne Stacey and Sharon Shook.

Performers and dates are as follows:

June 27, Denis Severino

June 28, Maritime Kitchen Party

June 29, Stacie Byrne

June 30, Andrew Smith

July 1, Joanne Stacey

July 2, Jessica Stuart Few

July 3, Cliffjumpers Dixie Jazz

July 4, The Second Revival

July 5, Mountain Music Duo

July 6, Adam Lauzé Band

July 7, John Jenkins

July 8, Denis Severino

July 9, Joanne Stacey

July 10, Sharon Shook

July 11, Mike Alviano

July 12, Nova Scotiables

July 13, Mike Alviano

July 14, Bob Rogers Jazz

July 15, Lindsey Walker Band

July 16, Ewan MacIntyre

July 17, Mountain Music Duo

July 18, The Rev.

July 19, Jeremy Grey

July 20, Tanya Lipscomb

July 21 and 22, Steve Palmer

July 23, Partial to Pie

July 24, Adam Lauze Band

July 25, Bassment Attics

July 26 and 27, Charlie Burton

July 28, Mat Duffus

July 29 and 30, That Girl and Earl

July 31, Good Enough For Dad

Aug. 1, Tanner James

Aug. 2, Saskia and Darrel

Aug. 3, Relative Jazz

Aug. 4, Maritime Kitchen Party

Aug. 5, Penny Sandbork Trio

Aug. 6, Willi Gaw Quartet

Aug. 7, Blackberry Wood

Aug. 8, Lo-fi Uppercut

Aug. 9, Wild Romantics

Aug. 10, Jen Lane

Aug. 11, Compassion Gorilla

Aug. 12, Christina Benty

Aug. 13, Stacie Byrne

Aug. 14, Sharon Shook

Aug. 15, Chicken-Like Birds

Aug. 16, Bob Rogers Jazz

Aug. 17, The Rev

Aug. 18, John Jenkins

Aug. 19, The Staggers and Jaggs

Aug. 20, Pineapple Express

Aug. 21, Tanya Lipscomb

Aug. 22 and 23, Sister Speak

Aug. 24 and 25, Steve Hillis

Aug. 26 and 27, Uncorked

Aug. 28, Katie Marti

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