Experience the magic of live music at our 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 12 to August 14  
Gates open: 5:30 PM 
Special guest performances starts: 6:30 PM  
Headliner performance starts: 7:00 PM
Weather: Performances proceed rain or shine

New for 2024! A-List Access

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Summer Sessions in Stony Plain with A-List Access! 

A front row Adirondack chair will be reserved and waiting for you and each A-List Access seat will include a snack and beverage to enjoy while taking in the show.

Only 40 seats available per show!

Your purchase supports creating new artistic and cultural experiences, local businesses and artists, and the community!

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Free General Admission
  • Limited picnic tables are available on-site
  • Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs or picnic blanket for added comfort

  • Accessibility - Some areas are paved and accessible to patrons with mobility limitations.
2024 Line-up
June 12: The Gecko Band with Tania Ribeiro

The Gecko Band is a Mexican classic rock and blues band based in Puerto Vallarta and the Banderas Bay area. Also known as the “Party Squad”, you can find The Geckos in several venues in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit.

June 19: Carter & the Capitals with Todd Wandio

There’s no stopping the high energy five-piece funk group Carter & the Capitals. Born out of the bitter cold winters of Edmonton, Alberta, the Capitals light the stage on fire and keep everyone warm on the dance floor with their tight grooves and sparkly style of Canadian funk and soul music. The Capitals have been direct support for Village People, Busty & The Bass, Five Alarm Funk, Har Mar Superstar, and Ghost-Note, while also consistently selling out their own headline shows.  

June 26: Russell deCarle with Megan Paige

Russell deCarle’s warm, burnished, and intimate voice has always honoured an eclectic range of songs. Widely known as the lead vocalist and bassist for the iconic Canadian country roots band Prairie Oyster, he is no stranger to awards and accolades— his “Oyster years” were rewarded with six Juno Awards, more than a dozen Canadian Country Music Awards and enough gold and platinum records and #1 singles to fill a living room wall. Now on his third solo album, “Alone in this Crowd” offers a fluent collection of songs that mix southern soul and restrained balladry, with obvious touches of jazz, blues, old-school country, and western swing.

July 3: Payphones with Kevin Frey

Payphones is an alt-folk band based in Edmonton, Alberta. Using intricate vocal harmonies, lively acoustic accompaniment, and earnest, vulnerable lyrics, Payphones delivers emotional music with a nostalgic feel, channeling the “newly antiquated” feeling of their namesake. Their debut album, Rioting Heart, explores themes of queer heartbreak, isolation, and personal growth. Payphones is following up with a new single, entitled “Happy Here," that expands upon their lush, signature sound as they seek to connect with new listeners.

July 10: Whale & the Wolf with Chris Arnold

Much like their name, Whale and the Wolf’s unique sound is sonically immense and wildly fierce in its energetic intensity. Known for their dynamic and explosive stage performances, this is a band you need to experience live. Unapologetically authentic with a generous helping of playfulness, they’re audacious yet accessible. Their lyrical explorations draw from real life experience and personal struggles expressed with their own unique brand of honesty.

July 17: Ollee Owens with Ellie

With a lyrical mastery that speaks on all of life’s moments paired with a dynamic voice that reveals a well-travelled soul, Canadian based Blues/Soul/Rock artist, Ollee Owens is a musical force of nature. Combining burning vocal intensity with elegant grace and skilled composure wrapped in an electrifying blues-soul-rock veneer, the result is an unforgettable emotionally charged experience that lingers long after the last note is sung. Owens is currently working between Calgary and Nashville on her most recent project with new singles due to be released in 2024. 

July 24: The Red Cannons with Easy Street

Canadian recording artists, The Red Cannons, broke onto the national music scene with two singles, “Underneath the Floorboards,” a track inspired by The Telltale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe and “Sheepdog”, which garnered rotation on numerous radio stations across Canada and built their reputation on the catchy melodies and mainstream style of their blues-rock influenced, hook laden songs. The band catapulted into the spotlight with a feature in Classic Rock Magazine in the United Kingdom and were nominated for Group of the Year and Rock Recording of the Year at the 2014 and 2015 Edmonton Music Awards. 

July 31: Shady Mavis with Mike Chenoweth

Shady Mavis is an acoustic trio that plays a variety of tasty tunes focusing on and combining sweet vocal harmonies with a genuine love for playing music.

 August 7: Kaeley Jade with Stephane Drisdelle

Kaeley Jade is an award-winning Métis singer/songwriter, actor, and multidisciplinary artist based in Edmonton, Alberta (amiskwaciwâskahikan). Her most recent award is Indigenous Songwriter of the Year at the 2024 Canadian Folk Music Awards. Blending lush imagery and hooky melodic lines to create her own brand of pop-forward indie folk music, her debut full-length album, Turpentine, is available now.

August 14: The Songwriters (Duane Steele, Jake Mathews, & Phillip White) with Tracey Fetter

A collective of songwriters come together for an evening of good vibes and great tunes.

Duane Steele is among Canada’s top country recording artists and songwriters with a professional career dating back to 1984. His pure voice and natural stage presence makes his live shows a must see. 

Jake Mathews is a Canadian country artist who has truly left his mark in the music industry. With a string of top 20 hits, he has captured the hearts of country music fans, earning him numerous Canadian Country Music Award nominations. 

Phillip White is an Academy of Country Music award-winning, and Grammy nominated songwriter and producer that has spent the last 20 plus years writing songs for some of the biggest artists in the business. George Strait, Luke Bryan, Chris Ledoux, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, Reba, Blake Shelton, Rascal Flatts, and Jake Owen are some of the artists that have recorded Phillip's work.

 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 vendors are Boss Dogz and the Mill Bakery offering a delectable range of mouth-watering options. Special guest food vendors may also be on site. 

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

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