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Tunes on the turf

North Delta hosts free Concerts in the Park from June to August at two locations.

North Delta’s free outdoor Concerts in the Park are gearing up for the summer.

Concerts will take place at two locations:

Sunshine Hills Park, 11195 Bond Blvd.:

• Tuesday, July 19: Delta Concert Band, 7:30 p.m.

• Wednesday, July 20: The Flanagans, 7 p.m. (Canadian folk/East Coast traditional tunes.)

Social Heart Plaza, 11415 84 Ave.:

• Sunday, June 26: Astro’s Collar, 12 p.m. (Four-piece ‘70s/’80s cover rock.)

• Tuesday, July 5: Illieratty, 7 p.m. (Multi-styled original folk.)

• Sunday, Aug. 7: Bright Young Things, 12 p.m. (Two-piece pop/folk duo from Delta.)

• Tuesday, Aug. 23: Bossa Dias, 7 p.m. (Latin music.)

Bring your own blanket or lawn chair.

Concerts are only cancelled in inclement weather.

For more information, call 604-596-4485 or 604-943-9437. Full details of all concerts throughout Delta can be found at http://delta.ca/parks-recreation/2016-concerts-in-the-park

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