On Aug. 8, the audience will see a familiar face at the Envision Financial Twilight series, Abbotsford’s Kyler Pierce.

Filthy Little Thieves, Kyler Pierce next up for the Twilight stage

The free outdoor concerts take place in Mission on Fridays and Wednesdays

The Envision Financial Twilight Concert series dives into August with some fantastic concerts planned at Fraser River Heritage Park in Mission.

On Friday, Aug. 3, the Filthy Little Thieves make their debut in the series. This Abbotsford, family based cover band has being making a name for itself in the Fraser Valley.

The seven-piece band loves to play together and it immediately becomes evident by their fun stage presence. The band has a wide range of musical styles and the band members often find that audience members will be dancing and singing along!

On Aug. 8, the audience will see a familiar face at the Envision Financial Twilight series, Abbotsford’s Kyler Pierce.

He has played hundreds of shows in hundreds of venues throughout British Columbia. He has performed with many groups but most notably Harma White and the Aerophonics, but he has now branched out as a solo artist.

With his heartfelt and honest storytelling songwriting Pierce takes you on a ride through the highs and lows of life on the road, battling alcoholism, heartbreaks, and getting sober.

The crowds are starting to build and the park has been regularly packed with more than 700 people each night. So, arrive early and bring a blanket or a chair and enjoy a perfect evening in Mission.

The Envision Financial Twilight Concerts run every Wednesday and Friday at 7 p.m. rain or shine. All the concerts are free of charge and the Log Cabin Concession is open for refreshments, including popcorn and burgers.

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