UPDATED: Music Marathon delayed until July 28

Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association is hosting a Music Marathon on July 28 at Surrey Central SkyTrain Station.

Liven up next Thursday with some piano tunes at Surrey Central SkyTrain Station.

The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association is hosting a Music Marathon on July 28 from 8 a.m. to 12 a.m. The event was previously scheduled for July 21.

Starting bright an early, the event will feature several pianist throughout the day – the list is still being worked on.

It’s 12 hours of non-stop playing – old and new favourites, and some original songs.

The Music Marathon is presented in conjunction with PARKit, Surrey’s pop-up park program. PARKit aims to transform parts of parking lots and underutilized areas into temporary pop-up parks with vibrant urban green spaces.

Each activation that pops up animates boring grey spaces into exciting people places.

The station is located at City Parkway north of 102 Avenue, next to the North Surrey Recreation Centre.

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