Experience the magic of live music at our FREE Summer Sessions concert series! Join us every Wednesday in Stony Plain at Heritage Park's Blueberry Stage for an unforgettable evening filled with incredible performances, delicious food, and a vibrant atmosphere!

Event Schedule  

Dates: Every Wednesday from June 14 to August 2  
Gates open: 5:30 PM 
Special guest performances starts: 6:30 PM  
Headliner performance starts: 7:00 PM
Weather: Performances proceed rain or shine

2023 Line-up
June 14: Téa G with Alexis and Ted

Poised and powerful Téa G has a voice beyond her years. This Edmonton-based Pop/R&B artist has a maturity and confidence unparalleled by her peers. At just 20 years old her vocal athleticism, passion, and elegance have carved her space as an artist to watch. This Filipino-Canadian philanthropist has been lending her voice to hundreds of events over the last ten years. 

June 21: Ashley Ghostkeeper with Special Guest

Ashley Ghostkeeper is s Métis Cree country artist originally from Red Deer, Alberta. Born into a family of singers and songwriters she is heavily influenced by their love of music. A natural storyteller, Ashley’s music connects with her listeners at a deeper level of meaning, while staying true to her country roots. Ashley’s unique singing style encompasses a feeling of sensitivity with a blissful melodic twang. 

June 28: The Dead Reeds with Ray Haddock

The Dead Reeds are an alternative rock band yielding from Stony Plain, Alberta with a "rootsy", southern influence to their sound. 2022 saw the release of their impressively infectious debut album "The Long Goodbye". With a second full length album in the works, The Dead Reeds show no signs of stopping. 

July 5: Justin Hogg with Halle May Hobbs

An upbeat and laid-back country sound is the signature style of Canadian country artist, Justin Hogg. He is thrilled to have just released his sixth studio single as the sole writer on his new song, “That’s How I Know”, which he recorded with multi-platinum award-winning producer Jeff Dalziel. Justin has received nation-wide radio airplay and has charted in the Top 100 on the Trax Report with his song, “Just Drive”, introducing him to listeners all across Canada. On the heels of his latest single, “Good Thing Going On”, Justin’s style continues to evolve.

July 12: Melafrique with Chris Arnold 

Melafrique is an Afro-fusion band formed in Edmonton, Canada in 2016. The name Melafrique is a condensed form of the term "Melanin from Africa". They play a variety of genres: Jazz, R&B, Reggae, Neo-soul; in combination with different African styles of music. Melafrique hopes to inspire the world with good music. Through music, they express their identities as African people, as Caribbean people, as musicians, and as Edmontonians. The band includes members from Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Angola, Jamaica, and Canada.

July 19: Brigade with Jake Buckley

Named after Heart’s tenth studio album, Brigade is a high energy, entertaining and dynamic Edmonton-based tribute band which offers a taste of Heart’s famous classic rock. Authentically performing Heart's greatest hits from the 70s to the 90s with songs such as “Alone”, “Magic Man”, and “Barracuda”, Brigade’s professional, accomplished and experienced musicians not only sound the part, but look the part.

July 26: River City Playboys with Nashville Porches

River City Playboys are one of the hottest bluegrass bands this side of the Rockies! A bunch of world class musicians that can add tasteful rhythmic accompaniment and lead playing alongside anyone in the Bluegrass community. 

August 2: Steve Newsome with Edward Pimm

Steve Newsome is a proud born and raised Alberta, now based in Stony Plain. Debuting his first song to radio, "Tried, Tested and True", in March of 2016, Steve followed with the title track of his first EP, "Enjoy the Ride". After having opened for Brett Kissel, Emerson Drive, and Terri Clark, to name a few, Steve picked up his first ISSA Award in 2019 for Songwriter of the Year and his second in 2020 for Entertainer of the Year. Steve also received two nominations at the 10th Annual Country Music Alberta Awards, for Rising Star and Horizon Male Artist. 


Food & Refreshments
 

Enjoy a delightful picnic by bringing your own food or indulge in a variety of delicious options available from our on-site food vendors. Our featured food vendor for most nights is Boss Dogz, offering a delectable range of mouth-watering options. Note: On July 26, El Mero Mero will replace Boss Dogz. 

Seating  
  • Limited picnic tables are available on-site

  • Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs or picnic blanket for added comfort

Alcohol  

For the safety and enjoyment of all attendees, please note that alcoholic beverages are not allowed on-site. We appreciate your cooperation in maintaining a family-friendly environment. 

Parking  

There is ample on-site parking. Additionally, the venue can be accessed via Stony Plain’s on-demand transit services