Wednesdays, June 15 - August 3, 2022

This free concert series is hosted weekly in Heritage Park on the Blueberry Stage. There is limited seating (picnic tables) on site, and it is recommended that guests bring their own chairs. Bring a picnic or purchase refreshments from the on-site food vendors.

Can't make it in person? Concerts will be live-streamed on the Town Facebook page and YouTube channel. Set up your blanket or lawn chair in your yard and enjoy this free music series featuring Canadian talent!

Concerts will be rain or shine and gates open each night at 5:30PM.

Special Guest performances start at 6:30PM and headliners will go live at 7:00PM. 

Please note: alcoholic beverages are not allowed on-site.

2022 Line-up
June 15: Brasstactics with Stony Plain Poet Laureate

Brass bandits traveling the cosmos, hiding from the galactic commission, in search of a new place to call home: The Brasstactics crash landed just outside of Edmonton and have been trying to blend in ever since.  Their music is a crash course in human culture so they play everything from AC/DC to Dr.Dre.

 Food Vendors
  • Tie Dye Ice Cream Guy
June 22: Amie Weymes & The Atta Boys with Bobblehead Joe

Whether its playing at local liveries, soft seat pubs and lounges, or rocking a local venue with her band “The Atta Boys”, to adorning the stage at Century Casino, Amie Weymes shines! Amie is born and raised in Ireland where her father introduced her to the greatest of classic rock and country and that’s what Amie cut her teeth on. After an extensive single/duo career in Ireland, Amie relocated to Edmonton in 2012 and has wowed E-town audiences since. A sultry yet powerful voice, Amie’s versatility and passion shine through, whether she’s performing rock, pop, country, or her Celtic favs.

Amie was a Nashville NorthStar Finalist at the Calgary Stampede 2013 where she was selected to compete by a panel of Judges from the Canadian Country Music Association. Amie was a top 6 finalist where she performed on the same stage as some of the biggest names in Canadian Country Music. As well as managing a solo/duo career she has been performing with her band, Amie Weymes and The Atta Boys for over seven years now.

 Food Vendors
  • Boss Dogz
  • Tie Dye Ice Cream Guy
June 29: Josh Sahunta with Todd Wandio

When it comes to setting the bar high, Canadian R&B-pop artist Josh Sahunta never lets his feet touch the ground. Drawing upon his influences of John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, and The Weeknd, Josh's songwriting is packed with deeply rich narratives and cool, contemporary soundscapes. Josh has opened for the likes of Scott Helman and Joey Landreth, and he continues to perform across Canada, the US and Europe.

Josh’s music has gained significant support from editorial playlists on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music. He has also had huge success in the European music scene, as his previous single “Wanting” was played by Pete Tong and MistaJam on BBC Radio 1 in the UK and by Tiesto himself, on his weekly podcast. Josh’s song “Take All I Am” was used on season 2 of the Netflix Original show The Order, and his song “Summertime” was used on the first season of Netflix Original Tiny Pretty Things. Most recently, Josh has been releasing singles leading up to his major album release coming May 2022.

 Food Vendors
  • El Mero Mero
  • Whole Scoop Ice Cream
July 6: Eric Kane with Cassie Cameron

As the former frontman of KANE INCOGNITO, Eric Kane has received national radio play, nominations for Rock Recording of the Year and Indie Rock Recording of the Year, at the Edmonton Music Awards, and opened for a string of international talent.

Launching his new solo career, Eric Kane starts his own journey, returning to his roots of vulnerable storytelling that spreads a message of self-love and growth. After the loss of a brother, Eric turned to his love of music. It was through this creative outlet that he pushed forth enduring circumstances and developed a sound of his own. Formerly a drummer in his brother’s band, No Heat Tomorrow, Eric fervently followed his brother’s footsteps to carry on a family spirit while sharing his own heart from behind the microphone.

 Food Vendors
  • Youth Centre Concession
  • Tie Dye Ice Cream Guy
July 13: Tommy John Ehman with Jeff Catto

Tommy John Ehman has the heart and soul of a songwriter, a desire and a passion to perform and a deep enthusiasm for music that has driven him over a long career that has produced six studio albums, ten radio singles, airplay from coast to coast across Canada and placing on major Canadian radio charts. He's played everything from small clubs to large venues to festivals and opened for Michelle Wright, Doc Walker and Aaron Prichett along the way. As well as headlining at the “Country at the Creek Festival” in Big River, SK, he has had two memorable performances at the CNIB's “iFactor” fundraisers at Lake Joe in Muskoka Ontario which were a true honor and a major highlight in his career thus far.

Influences like Tom Petty, John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen and Waylon Jennings have helped shape his unique songwriting and musical style. From deep stark acoustic gems to full-on, up-tempo country rockers TJE is always looking to write that next great song and keep his fans cheering for more. The brand new album (his sixth) titled “Day Night” is an 11 song “acoustic” effort of some of TJE's most in-perspective songwriting to date and captures his voice and performance like never before. Produced by Jesse Weiman, this new record is sure to be a hit with his loyal fans and no doubt bring many new ones to discover his vast musical talent.

 Food Vendors
  • El Mero Mero
  • Whole Scoop Ice Cream

July 20: Ayla Brook & The Sound Men with Laurelai

Ayla Brook makes music as raw and vast as the Canadian Prairies. From his beginnings in Lily Plain, Saskatchewan, to successful records recorded with AA Sound System, to now his solo work, Ayla has never wavered from his original vision of honest roots rock. That vision is brilliantly captured on Desolation Sounds, produced by Terra Lightfoot and mixed by Jon Auer of The Posies and Big Star fame. It’s a collection of songs and stories about friends and family, bursting with rock and soul and the western charm that has become the band’s trademark. That was proven when the band was named Roots Artist of the Year at the 2018 Edmonton Music Awards, the capper to a full summer of folk and indie music festivals.

Whether they’re packing dance floors in honky tonks or in rock clubs soaked in wine and whiskey, Ayla Brook & The Sound Men deliver a tapestry of hurtin’ and feelin’ tunes about life on and off the barstools.

 Food Vendors
  • Dedo’s Food Truck
  • Crazy Cones
July 27: The Bix Mix Boys with John Hewitt

More than ten years ago, each member of The Bix Mix Boys had met over various jams and festivals in different bands throughout Alberta. Opportunity struck when a number of those bands dissolved, and late night jams lead to the formation of a new band. Wanting to respect the roots of bluegrass, they chose the name The Bix Mix Boys after one of the biscuit products from the Martha White flour company - Martha White is known for sponsoring bluegrass acts such as Flatt and Scruggs, Hot Rize and Rhonda Vincent (just to name a few).

They have always focused on producing the highest quality of music possible, both vocally and instrumentally. While keeping the tradition of bluegrass alive, they want to bring their unique, Canadian interpretation to the genre. At the same time, they've always wanted put on an entertaining show - with a humourous twist in between numbers. They've entrenched themselves into the Edmonton and Calgary bluegrass scene and consider themselves ambassadors of bluegrass music to Alberta and Canada.

 Food Vendors
  • Youth Centre Concession
  • Whole Scoop Ice Cream 
August 3: Julian Austin with Cruz Vallis

What best-selling country music artist do you know who can successfully pull off the quintessential line “even the dog knows she ain’t comin’ back” on the same album on which he records covers of tunes by Queen, Elvis Presley, and Rod Stewart? Born in Sussex, New Brunswick, Julian Austin has written and played music since he was in his mid-teens, dabbling in every genre from heavy metal to rock to 80’s pop before falling in love with the new country music sound that was taking shape in the early 90’s.

In 1998, Austin moved out west to Calgary Alberta to live with his then fiance Angela. While living out west Austin further honed his musical skills in both writing songs and entertaining the fans. His first album, “What My Heart Already Knows”, more than justified that musical choice, earning Julian a certified CRIA gold record (50k+ sales) and the 1997 Wrangler Rising Star Award from the Canadian Country Music Association. His first single “Little Ol’ Kisses” went #1 on radio and also made the CMT Top 30 Videos of 1997, followed in 1998 with the Best Country Single award at the first annual Canadian Radio Music Awards. That year, Julian also earned several Juno nominations.

 Food Vendors
  • El Mero Mero
  • Tie Dye Ice Cream Guy