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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
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Free Wednesday Night Concerts
Shikaoi Park (beside Town Hall, 4905-51 Ave)
7PMPlease note: Summer Sessions is a rain or shine event.
The schedule for the 2018 season will be published soon. Stay tuned!
This Juno-nominated folk artist sings songs that expose the human condition, putting a magnifying glass to clumsy and less-proud moments. He turns settings into an intimate affair, infusing his music and lyrics with uncompromising humanism.
Joey Landreth, born and raised on the Canadian prairies, grew up with a guitar in his hands. At 25, Landreth formed The Bros. Landreth with his older brother, which won a Juno for their first album. Landreth is now working on his solo career and has the ability to blow audiences away with his musical proficiency.
Indie pop artist, Lexi Strate, has made her mark on the Canadian music scene. In the last two years, she's had many successes, including winning the WCMA award for "Pop Album Of The Year" for her album WAVES. She's performed for large crowds with Virginia To Vegas, Coleman Hell, The Trews, the Sheepdogs, and more.
This Edmonton-based artist has an intensity that is unapologetic, energetic, and vividly engaging. Vriend has been described as having a voice that is “unmistakable, catching, and powerful.” PLEASE NOTE: Due to a schedule change the date for this concert is incorrect in the printed Version of the 2017 Destination Guide. July 12 is the correct date.
Lucette is a doggedly-romantic soul. Her performances, which are full of emotion, take audiences back to the days when artists like Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, and Loretta Lynn dominated the airwaves. Both beautiful and haunting, the chilling power of Lucette’s gentle voice is unwavering and undeniable.
With every note and word, Matt Blais stands out as a spirited and hardworking musician. As an award-winning songwriter and performer, he creates a stylized union of emotionally influential blues, folk, rock, and soul songs to intensely express the simple struggles and triumphs of today.
Soap Box Duo
This Spruce Grove-based band writes and performs songs with topics that stir in their hearts. With a pop sound, and a hint of rock and jazz, these two artists create catchy melodies and unique instrumentation as a foundation for their lyrics. PLEASE NOTE: Due to a scheduling change the date for this concert is incorrect in the printed Version of the 2017 Destination Guide. August 2 is the correct date.
This soft-spoken Canadian from Edmonton, Alberta has spent more than half his life making positive, heartfelt country music at a professional level. He has released five albums, earned two Juno nominations, and received four Canadian Country Music Award nominations.