Summer music returns to Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park

Stage in the Park and Children’s Concerts in the Park take centre stage

Music returns to Beacon Hill park Friday with the launch of Stage in the Park.

Free, outdoor musical performances will be offered every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until Sept. 12. The music is played from 1:30 to 3:20 p.m. at the Cameron Bandshell.

The popular Children’s Concerts in the Park series returns on Wednesdays July 16 and 30 and Aug. 13 and 27 from 11 to 11:45 a.m. Children and families can enjoy performances by Ivonne Hernandez, magician Paul Kilshaw, Music Corner’s Aesop’s Animals, and Music Corner’s The Magic Flute.

All concerts are “rain or shine” and are subject to change. For concert details, pick up a print copy of the CITYVibe, Victoria’s guide to festivals and outdoor events available at Victoria City Hall and at venues around town, or download the free iPhone app from the iTunes App Store (search for “cityvibe”), or view the guide online at: www.victoria.ca/cityvibe.

 

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