Last two Party in the Park events coming in August

The biggest downtown event is back to finish off the summer season with two more nights, Aug. 15 and Aug. 22, in Central Community Park.

Get ready for the last 2 nights of Party in the Park

Get ready for the return of Party in the Park 2014.

The biggest downtown event is back to finish off the summer season with two more nights, Aug. 15 and Aug. 22, in Central Community Park.

Thousands of people will roam the streets around Five Corners, Wellington and Mill Street, sipping, shopping, tasting, chatting and listening.

“The ultimate goal of events like this is to draw people into downtown and create a memorable experience for them so that they come back again,” said BIA ED Kyle Williams.

The August 15 entertainment lineup includes: Amanda Thate, The Nikki Werner Band, as well as The Lounge Hounds, and Barefoot.

The agricultural theme will be an ode to Chilliwack’s hard-working farmers.

For the second PITP night in August, on Aug. 22, there are lots of exciting performers set to take the stage, and the theme for the last event is Superheroes.

After all the entertainment is done, join host Trevor McDonald at the Well in Chances Chilliwack for even more music at 10:30 p.m. He agreed to help out for a good cause.

“I said I would play a rare solo solo show, just like the old days,” said McDonald about his special gig at the Well on Aug. 22.

It will be a fundraiser for Ann Davis Transition Society.

“Come and say ‘hi’ after the final Party in the Park,” he said.

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