One of the North Shore’s most popular community events, the Harmony Arts Festival (Aug 4-13) brings a mix of visual, culinary and performing arts to the West Vancouver waterfront.
Here are five acts you don’t want to miss this year:
Bobby Bruce pays tribute to Neil Diamond (Aug 4), in a show he has performed for audiences around the world. Along with The Solitary Band, it is a concert Bruce has been perfecting for over twenty years.
Vancouver singer-songwriter Emma Currie (Aug 5) takes to the Millennium Park stage with a concert featuring pop, R&B and soul. With musical influences from Shania Twain to Stevie Wonder and Elvis, it sure to be an eclectic mix.
Dal Richards’ Orchestra
Dal Richards legacy lives on as long-time members of the Dal Richards’ Orchestra (Aug 6) perform at John Lawson Park with some big band sounds featuring vocalists of Jennifer Hayes, Diane Lines and Jamie Croil.
Vancouver’s Echo Nebraska (Aug 12) takes to the Millennium Park stage in a concert combining soul-strung acoustic songs with subtle shades of Americana.
The Juno Award-winning folk-rock group The Paperboys (Aug 13) have been making music for two decades, and help close out the this year’s festival at John Larson Park
The Harmony Arts Festival takes place at various locations on West Vancouver’s waterfront from August 4-13. Visit https://harmonyarts.ca for more information.