On Wednesday, July 17, Koko Soul returns to Mission to perform on the Twilight stage at Fraser River Heritage Park. / Submitted Photo

Koalala, Koko Soul next up for Twilight concert series

Concerts take place Wednesday and Friday nights at 7 p.m. in Fraser River Heritage Park in Mission

The Mission Twilight concert series continues on Friday, July 12 with Koalala on stage at 7 p.m.

The concerts have hit the halfway mark of the summer, with concerts continuing until Aug. 30 at Fraser River Heritage Park.

Koalala is a collection of well-known musicians from the Fraser Valley who have been seen at various musical haunts this year. The group plays original alt rock tunes with hints of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

On Wednesday, July 17, Koko Soul returns to Mission to weave their magic.

This superb dance band has a habit of getting people up out of their lawn chairs and dancing in the early evening. They have a repertoire that includes favourites from all styles, including recent top 40, Motown, classic rock, reggae, bossa nova and lots more.

The Twilight concerts are sponsored by Prospera Credit Union and the District of Mission.

All concerts are by donation, and the parking is free.

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