A look at Fredericton’s free outdoor summer concerts and films for the week of July 30.
August is just about here. It’s hard to believe how fast the summer moves. It seems like May was just a few weeks back, but no. It’s been two months now. So, with summer moving by at a rocket’s pace, be sure to make some time to enjoy some outdoor music and film presented as part of the city’s annual outdoor summer programming. Grab your lawn chair, a blanket and a couple of friends and enjoy another electric mix of musical acts this week. There’s something for everyone this week.
Oak, Ash & Thorn (Celtic / Folk) | July 31 | Officer’s Square | 7:30 p.m.
Mark Roberts (Roots/R&B) | August 1 | Lawrence Amphitheatre | 7:00 p.m.
Art of the Possible (Blues / Rock) | August 2 | Officer’s Square | 7:30 p.m.
Putnam Family Folk Ensemble | August 3 | Christ Church Catherdral | 12:10 p.m.
Slowcoaster (Rock) | August 4 | Officer’s Square | 7:30 p.m.
Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan (1982) | Adventure Sci-fi PG | August 4 | Officer’s Square | dusk
The Big Sleep (1946) Crime Film-Noir Mystery | August 5 | Officer’s Square | dusk
And don’t forget, NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival is now in full swing with performances all week long. Visit the at nbacts.com to learn more.
Check out the city’s full event listings for summer 2018 here.