Jam in Jubilee concert series returns

Program every Thursday in August at Jubilee Park

Western Jaguar is among the groups and soloists performing in August as part of the Jam in Jubilee concert series.

The Jam in Jubilee Summer Concert Series returns to Abbotsford, starting Aug. 4.

Concerts will take place every Thursday in August at Jubilee Park, located in the area of South Fraser and McCallum Road.

The “After Dark Series,” a concert at Townhall Public House (33720 South Fraser Way), follows each evening in the park. The series features local electronic, dance, and pop-oriented acts, as well as local DJs.

The entire park will be site-licensed, which was unprecedented for Abbotsford events prior to Jam in Jubilee’s 2015 edition.

For the past seven years, members of a youth-oriented group called the Jam In Jubilee Committee have donated thousands of hours of their time to planning and executing the festival.

The concert schedule is as follows;

– Aug. 4 – Fraser Valley Music Awards winner (to be announced), Western Jaguar, Alex Rake and (for the After Dark Series) DJ Johnny K, followed by Herokah & DJ RAV3N;

– Aug. 11 – Lonesome Town Painters, Adrian Teacher and the Subs, Julie Doiron and (for the After Dark Series) DJ Sonja followed by Kristin Witko;

– Aug. 18 – Kin, Jenny Banai, Poison Corn and DJ Joel Sojonky followed by Dove; and

– Aug. 25 – Chicken-Like Birds, Sylvia Platters, Atodaso, and DJ Simon Bridgefoot followed by Teen Daze.

Visit jaminjubilee.com for more information.

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