Bijoux de Bayou perform for hundreds of attendees at Brydon Park July 22. The weekly Music in the Park event is part of Saanich Summer SunFest

Brydon Park bayou draws a crowd

Saanich’s Music in the Park series had another solid turnout at Brydon Park on Tuesday, when Bijoux de Bayou brought their Cajun music

Saanich’s Music in the Park series had another solid turnout at Brydon Park on Tuesday, when Bijoux de Bayou brought some Cajun music to the neighbourhood.

The next event happens July 29 with golden oldies band Rukus at Beckwith Park, 857 Beckwith Ave.

All Music in the Park concerts run from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday nights, and the series continues Aug. 5 with Latin style band Kumbia at Rutledge Park.

Aug. 12 is classic rock band Shaky Ground, also at Rutledge.

To view all Saanich Summer SunFest and Music in the Park events, visit saanichsunfest.ca.

reporter@saanichnews.com

 

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