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Summer Street Festival schedule announced

The Grizzly Plaza Summer Street Festival kicks off on June 26 with local teen bands Caldera and Bon St. Jon kicking things off for the summer.

The Grizzly Plaza Summer Street Festival kicks off on June 26 with local teen bands Caldera and Bon St. Jon kicking things off for the summer.

The schedule (see the complete list below) includes a mix of local and out of town bands. Revelstoke favorites such as the the Swing Monkeys, Turtle Mountain, 4th Street Jazz Project, Maritime Kitchen Party, The Rev, Sister Girl  and Sharon Shook are all on the schedule.

The series runs until Aug. 28. In total 45 bands will perform throughout the summer.

The complete schedule is as follows:

June 26 – Caldera and Bon St. Jon

June 27, 28 – For The Birds

June 29 – Swing Monkeys

June 30 – Riff And Raff

July 1 – 4th Street Jazz project

July 2 – Matt Duffus

July 3 – Dianna Braithwaite

July 4, 5 – Bob Rogers

July 6 – Maritime Kitchen Party

July 7 – Cornstarr

July 8, 9 – Elvis

July 10 – Sister Girl

July 11 – Blackberry Wood

July 12 – Jackie TreeHorn

July 13 – Ryan Donn

July 14 – Faye Blais

July 15, 16 –Jeff Queen

July 17 – Blu Hopkins

July 18 – Jesse Dee and Jackie B

July 19 – Jenny Whitely

July 20 – Behind Sapphire

July 21 – The Matinee

July 22, 23 – Steve Palmer

July 24 – Sharon Shook

July 25 – Flying Fox and the

July 26 – Mike Alviano

July 27 – Brock Geiger

July 28 – John Jenkins

July 29 – Wheelhouse

July 30 – Sleeping with Tuesday

July 31 – Blue Scarlett

August 1 – Blackberry Wood

August 2 – Willie Blizzard

August 3 – The Doer and the Doddler

August 4 – Willie Blizzard

August 5, 6 – That Girl and Earl

August 7 – Cornstarr

August 8 – The Rev

August 9, 10 – Stratus

August 11 – The Rev

August 12 – Cats and Fiddle

August 13 – Sister Girl

August 14 – Broken Down Suitcase

August 15 – Jesse Dee and Jackie B

August 16 – Maritime Kitchen Party

August 17, 18 – Gary Kehoe

August 19 – Cats and Fiddle

August 20 – Pearband

August 21 – Sharon Shook

August 22 – Appadoo Rai

August 23 – Gordi Tentrees

August 24 – John Jenkins

August 25 – Chris Greve

August 26 – Broken Down Suitcase

August 27 – Turtle Mountain

August 28 – Devon Coyote


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