Faber Drive rocks out at a past Party in the Park event.

Chilliwack’s Party in the Park returns this July

Starting July 6, Party in the Park runs every Friday evening in Central Community Park

Now that summer has officially arrived, it’s time celebrate at one of Chilliwack’s most popular community events: Party in the Park (PITP).

Every Friday this July, PITP will return to Central Park and the Chances Chilliwack Community Stage with live acts from around the region that will rock audiences from 5:00 til 10:00 p.m.

There will also be two busking stages running from 6:00 til 9:00 p.m.: one outside Triple Play Pub and the other next to the Wellington Local House.

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“This year promises to be the best year yet for (Party in the Park),” said Trevor McDonald, who not only organizes the event, but also hosts each evening’s entertainment.

“Join us downtown every Friday night in July for food, drink, friends, fun, and of course, the music!” he continued.

See below for a line-up for each Friday’s concert set:

July 6

5:10 – 5:15: Dance group courtesy of Sarah Sturrus-Wood

5:20 – 6:00: Dale Green Band

6:20 – 7:00: Dion Weisbrod Band

7:20 – 8:00: Joyride f. Michelle Hamel-Boyko, Duncan Mattila, Shane Woloshyn & Milo Jennings

8:20 – 9:00: Judy Tuesday ft. Stu Coleman

9:20 – 9:59: Parliament of Owls ft. Andrew Christopher, Dylan Weightman

July 13

5:10 – 5:15: Dance group courtesy of Sarah Sturrus-Wood

5:20 – 6:00: Danielle Marie & Jordan Pritchett

6:20 – 7:00: Lounge Hounds ft. Keith Marr, Evan Duncan, Geoff Eyre

7:20 – 8:00: Nighthawks ft. Steve Wahrer, Daillyn Patrick

8:20 – 9:00: TBA

9:20 – 9:59: Stilletto ft. Hayley Chase, Ben Chase

July 20

5:10 – 5:15: Dance Group courtesy of Sarah Sturrus-Wood

5:20 – 6:00: Angus Drive ft. Mykal Storey

6:20 – 7:00: Kings Remedy ft. Dennis Bucher

7:20 – 8:00: Church of Rock ft. Tsean Miller

8:20 – 9:00: Dog Daze ft. Jeff Scott, Darcy Scott, Carl Hands

9:20 – 9:59: Full Monkey ft. Bryan Bick

July 27

5:10 – 5:15: Dance group courtesy of Sarah Sturrus-Wood

5:20 – 6:00: Terry Wilkins

6:20 – 7:00: Full of Jokers ft. Bert Steur

7:20 – 8:00: Calvin Rempel & Roadside Attraction

8:20 – 9:00: Joanie Loves Chachi ft. Dean Young

9:20 – 9:59: THUNDERSTRUCK ACDC TRIBUTE

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