Kennedys coming back to the ‘Wack

Carli and Julie Kennedy perform at Bozzini's Upstairs Saturday April 12.

Carli and Julie Kennedy perform at Bozzini's upstairs lounge on April 12.

One of last year’s Party in the Park favourites is coming back to Chilliwack.

Carli and Julie Kennedy are a powerhouse duo with a musical bond that only identical twins can share.

With Carli on vocals and guitar and Julie on vocals, violin, mandolin and bass guitar, they’ve got a sound that is all their own. It’s a fusion of country, folk, jazz and classical music.

Originally from the small town of Powell River, these sisters are known for exceptional harmonies, fine musicality, and sincere songwriting style.

“The Kennedys are absolutely 100% made for the stage and made to entertain,” according to the Nashville Music Examiner.

Carli and Julie Kennedy perform at Bozzini’s Upstairs Saturday April 12. Tickets $15 or $17.50, shows 6:15 and 9:30 p.m.

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