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Concerts in Caseley Park 

Join us in Caseley Park, Wednesdays from 7 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. and enjoy a great summer line-up of free entertainment for all ages. The Caseley Park bandstand will showcase artists with a variety of musical backgrounds all summer long. 

Caseley Park is located next to Riverview Town Hall at 30 Honour House Court. 

Rain location: Riverview Community Hall, 145A Lakeside Drive

Summer 2017

Date  Live Entertainment 
July 5

Chris LeDrew (Country)

Singer-songwriter Chris LeDrew hails from the culturally-rich Canadian city of St. John's, Newfoundland. A protege of east coast songwriters Lennie Gallant and Ron Hynes, LeDrew has released two award-winning and critically acclaimed solo albums (Too Commercial, 1997 & Stronger Man, 2006).

July 12

Three Finger Shot (Folk, Celtic Folk, Celtic Country)

As lead vocalist, Cape Breton's Tony Ronalds brings a unique comedic approach to storytelling. Trevor Bowering, from Kilbride Newfoundland, on rhythm guitar provides a great balance to the band as well as a deep rich vocal performance. Together they've been wowing audiences across Canada for 17 years.

July 19

Ivan Daigle and Band! (Country)

Make no mistake this is country music. Ivan Daigle, Jacques Belanger, Chris Melanson and Warren Butland all hail from the Moncton area and play to the sounds of what they've dubbed Power Country with a dash of traditional music. They aim to please with a large variety of new, traditional and original country songs as well as songs that everyone can sing along to.

July 26
Furlong & Smith (Blues)

Furlong & Smith are a new acoustic blues duo from the Moncton area. The act consists of Travis Furlong and DC Smith, both accomplished blues musicians with years of experience behind them. They recently earned a 2017 ECMA Showcase Artist nomination for Blues Recording of The Year and placed second at the 2016 Maritimes to Memphis Blues Challenge. It's a magnificent experience for everyone from traditional blues and boogie fans, to people who may be enjoying for the first time. 

Aug 2

Erin Costelo (Soul, R&B, Pop)

ECMA award winner Erin Costelo has a voice like no other and her songwriting style has been described "as if her songs were written by your heroes." She has opened for legends Mavis Staples and Dr. John and performed with Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble Band. Her latest self-produced album 'Down Below, the Status Quo' received 8 Nova Scotia Music Award nominations and won Solo Recording of the Year and four 2017 East Coast Music Awards in 2017 including Album of the Year and Songwriter of the Year. It is poignant collection of songs for our time; in one moment a desperate whisper and in the next, a defiant scream.

Aug 9

Rosie & the Riveters (Folk)

Fiercely talented and sassy dames from Saskatoon, Rosie & the Riveters perform uplifting folk music with a vintage 1940s flair! Ask these spirited femmes to spin a slinky melody, roll out glinting harmonies, or hammer down a swinging beat, and you can bet what the answer is going to be: "We can do it!" Their original songs feature sophisticated harmonies, body percussion, scintillating dance moves, humour, and just enough ooh-la-la to keep your toes tapping long after the show is over.

Aug 16

The Paul McKenna Band (Folk, Traditional)

Since being awarded the title of 'Best Up and Coming Artist of 2009' at the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards, The Paul McKenna Band have toured extensively throughout USA, Canada and Europe. With a contemporary approach to songs, but staying true to their roots, The Paul McKenna Band is both fresh and innovative. Their exciting sound is created through outstanding Vocals, driving Guitar and Bouzouki, intense fiddle playing, a warm pairing of flute and whistles and dynamic bodhrán and percussion. The New York Times described them as, "The best folk band to come out of Scotland in the last twenty years."

Aug 23

Eddie Chase & Graffiti 4 (Classic Rock & Roll)

Jive and bop with Atlantic Canada's most authentic '50s and '60s rock and roll band. From Elvis to Roy Orbison hits this quintet has layered harmonies, guitar riffs and all the golden notes of days gone by. For families and baby boomers alike, they have performed for a number of municipal events and festivals, with a highlight being the ongoing main stage act for The Atlantic Grand Nationals Car Show. This classic era is recreated by recognized musicians who packed the original sock hops and continue to delight audiences today.