On Wednesday, June 26, John McLachlan will perform at Mission’s Twilight Concert Series. / Submitted Photo

Concerts at Mission’s Heritage Park return for the summer

Twilight concerts take place every Wednesday and Friday evenings

The Mission Twilight Concerts will be celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m. with a performance by Ostwelve ,as the series continues in Fraser River Heritage Park.

Ostwelve makes a second visit to Mission having appeared at the Mission Folk Festival in the past.

He is a Sto:lo/St’at’imc rapper and multi-media artist from Vancouver. Through an endless array of disciplines – rapper, radio host, community activist, actor, podcaster, graphic designer – Ostwelve has staked his claim as a force of positivity and strength, a powerful representative of Indigenous culture.

He will be onstage with his band and it will be a perfect end to a busy week in Mission.

On Wednesday, June 26, John McLachlan returns to the park, for an evening of the music of Canadian musical legend, Gordon Lightfoot.

This show is a wander through the wonderfully crafted songs of one of Canada’s greatest songwriters. It is a very fitting lead up to Canada Day celebrations.

The concert gets underway at 7 p.m.

The concerts are made possible through sponsorships from Prospera Credit Union and the District of Mission. The concerts continue rain or shine.

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