It’s music to the ears once again. Free outdoor concerts are back in the City of Surrey parks this summer.
Enjoy free outdoor live performances every Wednesday from July 13 – August 31. The free concerts will begin at 6:30 pm and go until 8 pm each evening. Each week, the concerts will be held at different parks around the City of Surrey. Just make sure to bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating to sit back and relax in these beautiful settings.
The music series will run over a total of eight weeks and will feature eight different bands. Each live performance will be a different genre of music. The genres will be everything from blue grass to jazz to gypsy swing to ragtime blues and more.
If you haven’t visited the parks listed in the Sounds of Summer Music Series schedule, I highly recommend clicking on the links below to view pictures of these parks. These parks are beautiful and look to be the same parks in famous pictures and movies. With a beautiful backdrop and a free night of music, this event should be on every locals summer bucket list!
Below is the summer 2016 Sounds of Summer Music Series schedule and locations (Please note: check the official site for any changes):
Wednesday, July 13 – Deanna Knight and the Hot Club of Mars at the The Plaza at City Hall
Wednesday, July 20 – Douglas Fraser and the Genuine Jug Band at the Surrey Museum
Wednesday, July 27 – Don Alder at the Darts Hill Garden Park
Wednesday, August 3 – 5 on a String at the Hawthorne Park Gardens
Wednesday, August 10 – 12 Strings Trio at the Bear Creek Park Gardens
Wednesday, August 17 – Rossi at the Fleetwood Park Gardens
Wednesday, August 24 – Jocelyn Pettit Band at the Surrey Nature Centre
Wednesday, August 31 – Golden Ears Jazz Band at the Holland Park Gardens
Be sure to visit the Sounds of Summer Music Series Website for more information on venues, locations and any schedule changes.
Please comment below about your favourite park in the City of Surrey. We’d love to hear from you!
What: Sounds of Summer Music Series
Where: Various Parks across the City of Surrey
When: July 6 – August 31; Wednesdays from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm