To celebrate Prince George’s 100th Anniversary, join us at the Canada Games Plaza (outside the Civc Centre and library) for FREE live entertainment.
July 13 • Noon • Socks and Shoes
Socks and Shoes uplifts us with their strong folky rhythms and illuminating lyrical style. Samantha Scott and Scott Dunbar weave spells in the ruddy campfire light, far into a night’s revelry, changing the limits of what a song can be.
July 14 • Noon • Zavan Trio
The gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt and Stephan Grappelli is the main inspiration behind this trio. Imagine Paris during the 1930s with the swinging interpretations of songs by Cole Porter and George Gershwin, to name a few. Zavan covers a wide variety of swing tunes, ballads and waltzes.
July 15 • Noon • Bright City Heights
Each member of Bright City Heights brings a unique influence of rock, pop, funk, and folk to blend into the powerful and textured sound of Bright City Heights. The support of the radio stations and the regional music community has created an undeniable buzz around Bright City Heights and has led to sold out shows from Prince George to Prince Rupert.
July 16 • Noon • Circadian Rhythm
Circadian Rhythm is bound together by their passion for music and their love for fusing organic and electric sounds. Both Melody and Rae, with their distinctly different voices, seem to melt together into haunting and beautiful harmonies while Tony’s pulsing, eclectic rhythms take them to a whole new unique level of sound.
July 17 • 6:30 PM • The Pucks + Black Spruce Bog
The Pucks’ roots energy captivates and engages their enthusiastic audience wherever they play! Mix powerful, witty, original tunes with flavours of rock, pop, country, and world-beat folk, wrapped in strong vocals/ harmonies, and served up with a cool rythmic groove and you have The Pucks!
With roots set deep in the northern soil, Black Spruce Bog brings a sound and tells the stories of people and the land they live on. The mossy floor of a spruce bog is not an easy place to thrive; but with the right mix of rhythm, rhyme, and ruckus, any sapling can find the light.