An all day music festival is set to wrap up the 2016 Summer Lights Concert Series in Brandon as more than a dozen musical acts are set to take the stage this Saturday, September the 10th. Located on the Keystone Centre grounds, the festival features headliners includes Said The Whale, Joel Plaskett, and Terra Lightfoot. Said the Whale is a Vancouver based indie rock band who won a Juno award for Best New Band in 2011.
The festival will also feature many Manitoba and local artists including the Crooked Brothers, Sol James, Slow Leaves and Mitchell Mozden. A free grant-writing workshop for local musicians will be held prior to the festival’s start on the morning of Saturday, September 10th
Music starts at noon and continues on throughout the day with the last show (Said The Whale) scheduled to hit the stage at 11:00 pm. This all day, family friendly event is licensed and FREE overnight camping is available on the Keystone grounds on the 10th. On-site food and refreshment vendors will also be available.
Full festival lineup: summerlightsmusicfestival.com/the-lineup/.