A look at Fredericton’s free outdoor summer concerts and films for the week of August 6.
The New Brunswick Summer Music Festival celebrates 25 years this year. With performances happening throughout the city each summer, the festival has become a major part of Fredericton’s summer music tradition. This week, get your fix of classical music with performances in Officer’s Square, Christ Church Cathedral, Memorial Hall and other locations (visit nbsummermusicfestival.ca for full details). Also on stage this week, a bit of country (After 30 Years) and a bit of pop (Phil Athanase).
And speaking of classical, country and pop, be sure to check out Sleepy Driver’s performance on August 11 when they pair up with the NBSMF’s Fuze Orchestra for a collaborative performance and workshop at Memorial Hall. Read more about that right here.
The summer weeks are flying by so get out and enjoy some music.
Mozart in the Park (Classical) | August 7 | Officer’s Square | 7:30 p.m.
After 30 Years (Country Rock) | August 8 | Lawrence Amphitheatre | 7:00 p.m.
Phil Athanase (Pop) | August 9 | Officer’s Square | 7:30 p.m.
NB Summer Music Festival | August 10 | Christ Church Catherdral | 12:10 p.m.
La belle et la bête (1946) Drama Fantasy Romance – (French Language Film) | August 12 | Officer’s Square | dusk
Check out the city’s full event listings for summer 2018 here.