Music in the Park

Music in the Park is back for 2023! Bring a lawn chair and join us every Wednesday at 7pm at the West Stettler Park bandstand for exceptional live entertainment. The concert series kicks off on June 21!

On Friday, July 1st, join us for a special live performance by Loose Change and a Canada Day Celebration!

The Jazz Guys - June 21

You know them and love them! The Jazz Guys are made up of a group of local friends and neighbours with a passion for music, and we love having them kick off our summer season!

Boss Hill Band - July 1

Join us for a special SATURDAY performance byYoung Guns as part of our Canada Day Celebration! Cupcakes will be served at 7pm with entertainment to start at 8pm, followed by fireworks at dusk. 

The River Jacks - July 5

The River Jacks are a 5 piece cover band with a wide ranging repertoire of country, pop, and rock hits.

Off the Rails - July 12

A little old folk and pop, a little new folk and pop, and some origionals! Family blended harmonies with an acoustic vibe and have selected songs from the past and the present- cover tunes and origionals and pay particular homage tp the songwriting of Leonard Cohen, The Beatles, James Taylor, Bob Dylan, Randy Newman , Gillian Welch, The Indigo Gilrs, Fred Eaglesmith and fellow Alberta based musicians Pat Hatherly, and Mikem Plume and Jenny Orenstein.

Erin Ross - July 19

Hailing from Calgary, Erin Ross is an accomplished musician who transcends any one genre. Her soulful original compositions blend masterful guitar work, sultry vocals and showcase her skill as a multi instrumentalist. Rooted in blues, rock, country and jazz, Erin offers something for every crowd.

Frank Peters and Range Patrol - July 26

Frank has been writing songs on and off since '73. "A lot of memories and stories are written into  my songs; from the cowboy in the cabin to a truckload of horses killed on a winding mountain pass"

Herle Maggard - August 2

This trio, based out of Stettler, AB formed in December of 2017 when drummer, Andrew Comchi, discovered local guitarist Steve Powell and bassist Charles Lacroix. All members bring years of experience from past bands and have collaborated to refine a mix of cover songs spanning from the '70's to the 2000's. This summer, Herle Maggard plan to liberate some clean tones of Pink Floyd, LED Zeppelin and Hendrix and unleash heavier sounds of The Cult, Black Sabbath, and Metallica, just to name a few.

Young Guns- August 9

The Young Guns are a diverse group of young men who all share a love for music. They play country-rock music similar to that of the Eagles, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Tragically Hip. With 3 guitarists, a bassist, a drummer and occasionally a pianist, they hope to bring an old fashioned, vintage sound to the table, as well as a new take on  the country/rock genre.

Harry Hewson- August 16

Hailing from Delia, Alberta and now retired in Stettler, Harry enjoys playing guitar and singing. He began playing in the '60's and therefore pays homage to the great 60's and 70's era of classic rock, folk, and country music. Rooted in his favourite artists such as Buddy Holly, Elvis, The Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Gary Felgard, Don Williams, Alan Jackson, George Strait and Merle Haggard to name a few. Harry offers easy listening for every age and every crowd.

Flashback Freddie - August 23

"As a young boy in the late 50's, I had an older brother and sister in high school- so I grew up listening to so many of those rock n' roll classics! Living in Lacombe now, I'm thrilled to be able to pursue my passion for oldies rock and country music! Who says older guys can't rock?!!"

Lewis Frere and Friends- August 30

Lewis grew up in Trochu, Alberta and played in a family band for years. He has been fronting bands for the past ten years; Alias Jones, Rave On, and The Rosebud Rivervalley Boys being the most recent. He has performed on television and is a gifted composer and arranger, and one heck of a defenceman. When Lewis is not out performing or playing hockey, he is the sound engineer at Rosebud Creek Records.