Giving Chilliwack The Fever at PITP kickoff Friday night

The Fever is a pop-oriented cover band, fronted by bundle of energy Hayley Chase, on lead vocals

The Fever hits the Party in the Park stage this week on Friday

This band really wants to make you sweat.

The Fever killed it at the Chilliwack Canada Day Celebration, and now the five-piece band is returning to wow the crowds to kick off Party in the Park 2015.

They’ll be live on opening night on July 17 at Central Community Park.

The Fever is a pop-oriented cover band, fronted by bundle of energy Hayley Chase, on lead vocals. The band features top-notch players Jonah Ocean on guitar, Christian Bideau on synthesizer, Brian West on Bass and Ben Chase on drums.

Husband and wife team Ben and Hayley Chase, who started the band, are from Sardis.

The band has been playing locally at the Echo Room and Chances Chilliwack, and a range of venues around the Lower Mainland like the Hard Rock Casino.

“We recorded some audio tracks, and are in the middle of finishing our EPK with a music video,” said Ben.

Creating an atmosphere of fun and musicality is the whole point, and they bring a ton of charisma, and heat, to the live entertainment mix.

They enjoy playing some of the top pop hits by P!nk, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Xtina, Jessie J, Bruno Mars, and more.

Check them on stage at PITP on July 17, and then they’re playing the after party at the Echo Room on Main Street. If you miss them this summer, catch them at the Best Western Rainbow Country Inn for New Year’s.

Check out more on their website or The Fever on Facebook.


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