Blues artists on Simms Park stage

Local group Blues Legends will entertain this Sunday at 7 p.m.

You can catch local musicians playing in Courtenay’s Simms Millennium Park all summer long.

 

This Sunday at 7 p.m., local blues artists play as part of the free concert series hosted by Courtenay Recreation.

The popular Blues Legends take the stage at in Simms.

 

 

This group of well-known local musicians take a break from their regular bands to get together for this annual blues jam event in the park. The years of combined experience shine through as more that eight guitar, bass and harmonica players sing the blues on a summer evening.

Coming concerts include Country Pickin on Aug. 18, Reunion on Aug. 25 and Great Plains (Darrell and Saskia) on Sept. 1. The concert schedule is subject to change.

 

Call the Courtenay Recreation Lewis Centre at 250-338-5371 or get updates at www.courtenay.ca/simmsconcerts.aspx.

— Courtenay Recreation

 

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