Sidney strikes up summer sounds

Peninsula Celebrations Society Summer Sounds concerts start this Sunday, July 8

Sidney's Summer Sounds kicks off Sunday

Beacon Park will be rocking this Sunday as Peninsula Celebrations Society’s Summer Sounds concert series kicks off.

July 8 marks the beginning of the series which continues each Sunday until Aug. 26. Music starts at 2 p.m. and ends at 4 p.m.

“It looks like this year’s line up, as usual, is absolutely fabulous,” said Peninsula Celebrations Society president, Sheilah Fea. “We try to shake it up and do something different each year and I think we’ve done that.”

The series features the return of crowd favourites like the Timebenders and Rukus as well as a new addition, Sunyata, who play a hybird of flamenco music. The Naden Band will also return to Summer Sounds after a few years on hiatus. Visit www.peninsulacele for more information.



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