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Posted: June 16, 2014

Schedule released for SummerSounds2014

Running June through October, in conjunction with the Cranbrook Farmers’ Market and other events, SummerSounds2014 promises to bring top-notch musical entertainment to downtown Cranbrook.

Starting June 28, SummerSounds2014 will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with live music and from 2-4 p.m., music will be provided by DJs “He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brudder” Connor Gustafson and Jack Gustafson.


June 28 – Saturday – Split/Shift (rock) from Kimberley.

July 5 – Saturday – Brian Rosen & The What Now, (reggae, funk) from Nelson.

July 12 – Saturday – Dave Prinn & Friends, (folk, roots) from Kimberley.

July 16 – Wednesday – from 6-8 p.m.  SheVa, (folk) from Cranbrook.

July  19 – Saturday – Cayton Parsons, (folk), 11 a.m.-noon – from Kimberley and Jamie Neve, noon-2 p.m., (folk, roots) from Wycliffe.

July   26  – Saturday – Mirage (Jim Marshall) 11a.m.-noon, (blues, roots) from Kimberley and The Bison Brothers from noon-2 p.m. (country rock) from Cranbrook.

August 2 – Saturday – Billy Manzik (roots, blues) from Santa Cruz, California. Billy Manzik (lead image) will also be performing in Dancing in the Park, an event running every Saturday in August.

August 9 – Saturday – Johanna Olson, (jazz, blues) from Kelowna. Little Jazz Orchestra, from Cranbrook, performing at Dancing in the Park from 7 -10 p.m.

August 13 – Wednesday – Daze of a Grace, (alternate rock), 6-8 p.m. at Cranbrook Farmer’s Market.

SumSoundsBisonBroAugust 16 – Saturday during the Cranbrook Multi Cultural Fest – 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The Bison Brothers, (country rock).

August 23 –  Saturday – Cranbrook & District Arts Council, Art in the Park 11 a.m.-2 p.m. – East West Connection, (rock, folk) from Kimberley.

August 30 – Saturday – Space Castle, (reggae, new age) from Nelson. Space Castle is also performing in Dancing in the Park.

Sept. 6 – Saturday – East West Connection, (rock, folk) from Kimberley.

Sept. 13 – Saturday – Ed King, (country) from Cranbrook – 11 a.m.-noon, and SheVa, (folk) from Cranbrook – noon-2 p.m.

Sept. 20 – Saturday – The Hoodis (rock) from Cranbrook.

Sept. 27 – Saturday – Tanya Lipscomb (jazz, blues) from Vernon.

Oct. 4 – Saturday – Split/Shift (rock).

Dancing in the Park is Saturdays in August only, from 7-10 p.m.

NOTE: Cranbrook Farmer’s Market is running on Wednesday evenings on July 16 & August 13 from 6-8 p.m.

There will also be children’s activities during the day on Saturdays.

“This is a great opportunity for the residents of Cranbrook and visitors to our city to take in the Farmer’s Market and then stay for the music,” says SummerSounds2014 organizer Louie Cupello.

Thank you to our major sponsors: Cranbrook & District Arts Council, Rotary Club of Cranbrook, City of Cranbrook, Columbia Basin Trust, Cranbrook Farmer’s Market, Teck, The Legendary Byng Roadhouse, Heritage Inn, Sandman Inn, Snap’d and e-KNOW.

Also thank you to the event sponsors. Fiorentino Brothers Contracting, Freightliner of Cranbrook, Rocky Mountain Diesel, Kootenay Gradall, Tundra Steel, South Sierra Developments, Aqua Pro Drilling, Columbia Recycle, Alpine Toyota, Bridge Interiors, RBC Royal Bank, AM Music, Windsor Plywood, Sink N ‘ Ink Tattoos, Canadian Tire, Swing Street Coffee House, New Dawn Developments, Shaw Cable, Manitoulin Transport, McDonalds.


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