Nikki Wener Band up next at Twilight

Envision Twilight summer concert series takes a break July 25

Nikki Werner will be performing at the next Twilight Concert on July 30.

The Nikki Werner Band will be performing at the next Twilight Concert at Fraser River Heritage Park on July 30.

There will be no concert tonight (July 25) as the Mission Folk Music Festival is taking place.

Hailing from the Fraser Valley, the Nikki Werner Band is a new country group that has been around since the summer of 2000.  Werner, a four-time B.C. Country Music Award nominee, has performed across B.C. and Alberta. The band performs a vivid set of music ranging from their own original songs to a variety of old and new country.

Their cover repertoire ranges from the standards of Emmy Lou Harris and Don Williams to the sounds of Faith Hill and Martina McBride.

The Envision Twilight Concerts take place every Wednesday and Friday evening from 7 to 8 p.m. until Aug. 29. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and settle in for the show. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.

Concert-goers are encouraged to bring a picnic dinner or treat themselves to a special pre-concert meal at the Blackberry Kitchen or the Log Cabin Cafe.

For more information about the concerts, including a full schedule, call the Mission Heritage Association at 604-826-0277 or visit heritagepark-mission.ca.

 

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