Performances in the Park

Performances in the Park 2018 Line-Up Announced!

Presented by the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society, with the support of the Cariboo Regional District and the City of Williams Lake.

We have another great line-up for this year’s Performances in the Park! Get your lawn chairs ready and prepare for a musical celebration for the whole family. The Gwen Ringwood Theatre will light up in Boitanio Park each Thursday evening, 6-8 pm, from July 5th to August 23rd with local, national, and international performers featuring two family-friendly acts per evening.

July 5 One Below with Miss White Spider
July 12 Kym Gouchie with Colin Easthope
July 19 Samson’s Delilah with Sarah Beattie
July 26 Melody Maker with Laura Kelsey
August 2 This Way North with The Alkemist
August 9 Madeline Tasquin & Sarabande with Katy Nicol
August 16 Red Monkey Black King with The High Quadra Ramblers
August 16 Borderband with Bernadette Ducharme

Scroll down for a preview of this year’s performers.

We wish to thank our loyal sponsors and supporters, without whose support this concert series would not be possible. Gold Sponsors for this year are Lake City Collision and Auto Glass, United Concrete & Gravel, and the West Fraser Tuckers. Silver sponsors are the Rotary Club Williams Lake, Williams Lake OptometryMonster Industries Ltd, and PMT Chartered Professional Accountants LLP. Bronze Sponsors are Chap’s Fix Auto Williams Lake, Arty the Artwalker, Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies Group – Williams Lake, Atlantic Power, Retirement ConceptsWest Fraser MillTolko Industries Ltd., Investor’s Group and Love Williams Lake.

The Community Arts Council of Williams Lake and Area will set up an Art in the Park station during each performance night. Food vendors are Taylor Made Cakes and SweetsFennel Cup Food Truck, and Cody’s Bannock. August 9th to August 23rd will feature exhibitions by Arty the Art Walker as part of the 2018 Williams Lake Art Walk and Sale. Sound is provided by Brandon Hoffman of Gnomegrown Music.

Our Facebook page will keep you updated online and the Williams Lake Tribune is providing weekly updates in print. Goat FM / Cariboo Countryradio stations are our proud radio sponsors. The Stew Magazine and TheGreenGazette will feature articles and a schedule that can be put up on the fridge. CaribooRadio.Com will update online.

Follow our Facebook Page for updates, details, and pictures from the summer Performances in the Park concerts.

For more information or for interviews, please contact:
Angela Sommer
performances@centralcaribooarts.com

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