The Thompson Brothers premiere Thursday, July 22nd at 7pm.
Tune in at 7pm every Thursday night
starting July 8th through August 26th!
We serve the music lovers in the Cariboo region – and we hope to serve curious fans the province over. That’s because we create high quality arts and entertainment – great talent beautifully shot with incredible sound.
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Performances in the Park’s 2021 ‘Listen live’
Line-up & Schedule
July 8th: Pharis and Jason Romero
July 15th: The Melawmen Collective
July 22nd: The Thompson Brothers
July 29th: Francis Johnson, Alita Johnson and Hoop Dancing
August 5th: No Big D
August 12th: Campfire Sessions with Shannon O’Donovan, Ben Lamb-Yorski and Clayton Charleyboy
August 19th: Ebony
August 26th: Bats & Dao
Presented by the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society, with the financial support of the City of Williams Lake and the Cariboo Regional District, the series is managed by the Community Arts Council of Williams Lake in 2021 partnership with Arts on the Fly.
Each year, wonderful businesses support the creation and presentation of live music in our community.
Performances in the Park shares the best of our community with the public and we would love for you to join the team. It’s never been a better time to support the artists and performers that bring us together.
We have a range of sponsorships to suit everyone!
To learn more about business sponsorships, contact Venta Rutkauskas.
To make a pledge fill out our online sponsorship form.
Missed Us Last Summer?
Featuring nine performances, and a “Best of PIP 2020” playlist, our YouTube Channel hosts some amazing concerts. You’ll find Marin Patenaude, The Ladies of the Valley; Brent Morton as Lyle Bats with Brandon Hoffman as Blocktreat; The Salmon Brothers from Esk’etemc with Miss White Spider (Al-Lisa McKay); and finally, Hip Hop acts Rich n Beka, spoken word artist Dana I.D. Matthews and the new homegrown Williams Lake band, 10 Day Notice.