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REVY.Live brings back free live music to Revelstoke

The concert series starts Saturday, July 1
(Arts Revelstoke)

Break out the lawn chairs because REVY.Live Outside is set to reconvene for another summer of free live music in downtown Revelstoke.

56 nights of live performances will return to Revelstoke starting July 1 and running until Aug. 25. The performers are an eclectic mix of local and out-of-town acts curated by Arts Revelstoke. REVY.Live Outside will be back in Grizzly Plaza for the summer, but the first night will get things started at Queen Elizabeth Park.

Shoestring Necktie, Slick Nik, and Porch Hounds will perform on Canada Day to open the summer concert series, starting 3 p.m.

From reggae to rock to blues and indie, the genres are as varied as the performers to suit a broad range of the community’s musical interest.

Misery Mountain Boys, Tennyson King, Bend Sinister, Diyet & The Love Soldiers, and Leila Neverland are just a few of the artists that the community can look forward to taking the stage at Grizzly Plaza.

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Arts Revelstoke said in its press release that the series is only possible because of the support from local organizations and businesses. Tourism Revelstoke, the City of Revelstoke, the Government of Canada, BC Arts, The Regent Hotel, and the British Columbia Arts Council.

Arts Revelstoke also thanked the local restaurants and food trucks that help feed the performers, including Kawakubo, The Lucky Pup, Chubby Funsters, Nico’s Pizzeria, Twilight Bite, Taco Club, the Village Idiot, Paramjit’s Kitchen, and the Wandering Root.

To keep up to date on the acts and some behind-the-scenes material, follow REVY.Live Outside on social media.

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