Guitar great at Fusion Fest, free concerts in White Rock

SURREY – Guitar master Jose Feliciano and bhangra duo Jazzy B and Miss Kaur will headline this year’s Fusion Festival at Holland Park, organizers announced Wednesday (June 10).

 

The two-day event (July 18 and 19) will feature five stages of entertainment, along with 40 cultural pavilions with an emphasis on food. Admission to the festival grounds is free.

 

Other performers include The Belle Game, En Karma, Chin Injeti, Haya, Kuba Ohms, Supernatural: A Santana Experience and The Tourist Company. Details are posted at Surrey.ca/fusionfestival.

 

Elsewhere, a new BIA-backed waterfront concert series will rock White Rock this summer. Good For Grapes, The Boom Booms and Gary Comeau the Voodoo Allstars are three of the 15 bands

 

featured at TD Concerts at the Pier.

 

Admission will be free at the pier-side concerts, booked for five consecutive Saturday evenings starting July 4. Details at ConcertsAtThePier.com.

 

Also in White Rock, Daniel Wesley and band will headline the city’s Canada Day celebrations on Wednesday, July 1, with The River and the Road.

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