On Wednesday, July 10, Illiteratty comes to Mission as part of the Twilight concert series.

Tonight’s Mission Twilight concert features return of Innerwild

Illiteratty comes to town on July 10

The Twilight Concert series continues in July with concerts every Wednesday and Friday at 7 p.m. at Fraser River Heritage Park.

The concerts happen rain or shine and are by donation for the whole community, thanks to a generous sponsorship from Prospera Credit Union.

The concert tonight (Friday) features the return of Innerwild, always a crowd favourite. This group has a plethora of musical styles and entertaining musicians.

Hailing from the Fraser Valley, this group of five should have everyone dancing and on their feet by evening’s end. The band plays classic rock, blues, country, R & B and more.

Band members include Noel Gulbransen, Freddie Schmidt, Doug McFetridge, Bob Van Velzen and Rick Noel.

On Wednesday, July 10, Illiteratty comes to town.

Earl Peach leads this apple-pie perfect ensemble through a bunch of original tunes. This popular folk band from Vancouver play meta folk – meaning original swing, European cabaret, ambient, Celtic, rockabilly, world, pop and folk.

Don’t miss this mix of all those three and four-part harmonies or the blend of all those instruments (bass, guitar, mandolin, violin, keyboards and percussion).

Concerts continue until Friday, Aug. 30 except for July 26, when the concerts make way for the Mission Folk Music Festival

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