Kings Without will rock Transfer Beach this Sunday

The next installment of Ladysmith Concerts in the Park features original rockers Kings Without this Sunday at 6 p.m.

The Ladysmith Resources Centre Association (LRCA) prepares to welcome Kings Without to its Concerts in the Park series.

Kings Without will play in Ladysmith this Sunday (Aug. 19)  at the Transfer Beach Amphitheatre. They may be rockers, but the band is family friendly, and the open venue guarantees a good spot to watch.

Kings Without originated in Nanaimo but plays primarily out of Tofino. They are the house band for the prestigious Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, which is located just outside of the oceanside town. After building a loyal following on the Island, Kings Without began to branch out to the mainland.

Their career took off from there. They toured Canada and attracted the attention of music lovers and music producers. The highlight of their career, so far, has been playing backup to music superstar Sarah McLachlan.

The band enjoys live performances and claim they are the more exciting band on the Island — and the busiest! Having performed multiple times, Kings Without is comfortable playing at any venue and for any audience.

The LRCA welcomes everyone to attend Kings Without performance this Sunday, starting at 6 p.m.

The amphitheatre in the park hosts a beautiful venue, which has a great view of the harbour. It is the perfect place to take a picnic and experience why Kings Without is such a popular band.

Admission is by donation, and the money goes back to the LRCA so they can continue to organize great community events.

To learn more about Kings Without, click here.

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