The Cactus Cadillacs will be on stage at Transfer Beach

Ladysmith Concerts in the Park underway

The Concerts in the Park series, organized by the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association

The Concerts in the Park series, organized by the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association, got underway July 3 with Daniel Cook & the Radiators on stage.

Upcoming on Sunday evenings from 6 – 8 p.m. are:

• July 17, Mike Alviano;

• July 24, Bluegrass Fever;

• Aug. 7, The Deaf Aids;

• Aug. 14, Renovation Blues Band.

On Sunday, Aug. 21 from 4 – 9 p.m. the series grand finale will wind things up with performances by Zoe Laukner, Dirty Mountain and The Wild Romantics.

More information at 250-245-3079 or


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