On Friday, Aug. 25, Harma White performs in Mission on the Twilight stage at Fraser River Heritage Park.

Twilight season wraps up

Only two concerts left this summer

Two concerts remain in the 2017 Envision Financial Twilight Concert series and both are designed to get everyone dancing to end a perfect summer.

On Friday, Aug. 25, Harma White crosses the bridge from Abbotsford to take to the stage. This band needs no introduction to Mission, as they have been bringing their music to venues throughout the Fraser Valley.

Harma White has always brought a heavy dose of rock and roll.

Reviving a long-lost tradition of keeping sounds raw and real, they have won over concert-goers and musicians alike.

Consistent gigging and hard work has kept the Abbotsford four-piece creating and pushing the boundaries of their sound.

The 2017 Night of Thanks is on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Join the entire Twilight crew as they bid farewell to the 2017 concert season.

Ten Souljers will be providing the perfect musical backdrop to the celebrations. The Envision Financial team will be on site with all kinds of celebratory treats and the 2017 Community Crew will be setting up and offering many activities for families.

Ten Souljers are a soul-stirring blend of powerhouse vocals, spine-tingling harmonies, a sensational horn section, and a dynamic performance. They have established a huge repertoire of songs, carefully selected to suit their energetic style and to cater to all tastes.

The final 2017 concert is the last Full Cupboard of the season.

Audiences are asked to bring a non-perishable item or cash donation to assist Envision in achieving their goal of raising funds and food for the local food bank.

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