The Simms Park Summer Concert series continues with Retro Rock Revival, Aug. 18. Photo supplied.

Simms Park Summer Concert series continues with Retro Rock Revival

Simms Park Summer Concert series continues with Retro Rock Revival

Experience the energy of rock n’ roll from the 1950s with Retro Rock Revival on Sunday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. at Simms Park in Courtenay. This free concert is hosted by the City of Courtenay.

In the time-honoured tradition of the ’50s sock hop, Retro Rock Revival will deliver iconic rock favourites from the past that will keep everyone dancing.

The band features a great line-up, including the charismatic Terry Marshall on vocals/rhythm guitar, Richard Spencer on lead guitar/vocals, Ralph Barrat on keys/vocals, Mike Berman on drums/backing vocals and KC Hingley on bass/vocals.

Simms Millennium Park is located by the 5th Street Bridge and across from Lewis Park. Please bring your own lawn chair or blanket.

Last concert will be a food bank drive

The last concert of the Simms Park summer season is coming up. On Sunday, Aug. 25, My Generation brings the ultimate Woodstock experience. This concert also features a food bank drive. Please bring a non-perishable food donation or cash donation. For concert information, call the Courtenay Recreation Lewis Centre at 250-338-5371 or get updates at

The Simms Summer Concert Series season is sponsored by the Comox Valley Record, The Goat 98.9 FM, What’s On Comox Valley and the City of Courtenay.

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