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Wednesday, August 28, 2024 at 7:00 PM MDT

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Set in the heart of Broadmoor Lake Park, the patio is a perfect place to take in a concert. It has a relaxing ambience, and if it’s raining, the performance can move inside to the theatre. The Qualico Patio Series will run rain or shine, every Wednesday night in July and August. Each evening boasts two acts ranging from pop, to jazz or world, Celtic, folk, blues or country. You’ll never know what genre of entertainment will take to the stage for you to enjoy!

Beatrice Love

If James Brown and Janis Joplin had a child, it would be Beatrice love. Love is a singer/ songwriter/ performer from Treaty 8 territory, belonging to the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation and Horse Lake First Nation. Notable mentions of Beatrice Love’s musical journey highlights are being a Semi Finalist on the 2023 season of Canada’s Got Talent, 2019 Indspire Awards finale performance, and the 2019 Indigenous Music Awards Host and Performer. Beatrice has had the privilege to perform in various locations across Turtle Island. Love credits her Wellness Counsellor Diploma from Rhodes Wellness College as the anchor of her foundation in her life of recovery; she has been clean and sober since May 12, 2017. In 2022 Love received a NIPAT Certificate from the En'owkin Centre and Certificate of Indigenous Fine Arts from the University of Victoria. Growth and development both personally and professionally are continuous goals for B Love.

Martin Kerr

Martin Kerr’s troubadour dreams just keep on coming true. The red-headed British/Canadian singer-songwriter made legions of new fans around the world this year, opening for Dermot Kennedy, Walk Off The Earth, The Strumbellas and Billy Raffoul, and headlining at summer festivals. After 15 years going it alone as a street-performer, and visiting 35 countries, he signed with his ‘dream label’, Nettwerk Records (Passenger, Paper Kites) and released 2 acclaimed EPs, Don’t Listen to Me and What you Don’t Know. Producers Ryan Stewart (Owl City) and Ben Cramer (Old Sea Brigade) lend Kerr’s sound new depth, with dreamy soundscapes accentuating the power of Kerr’s voice and writing - somewhere between James Taylor and Radiohead, tackling themes intimate and universal, romantic and apocalyptic, and laced with his dry British humour. This December Martin suddenly gained millions of views on Instagram and Tiktok, when his controversial take on two classic Christmas songs went viral. God Rest Ye Merry Billionaires, a stinging rebuke of extreme inequality, drew attention to the crisis of homelessness, and was shared by Hollywood stars on social media. The other, Away In Bomb Shelters, was adopted as a peace anthem by groups around the world.

Venue

Festival Place Peace Park
100 Festival Way
Sherwood Park AB T8A 5T2


Performance Notes

Patio Series Performance

Ticket Price: $10

Season Pass: $80 (*only available through the Box Office)

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This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the venue.