Laura Deviato and the Lelolai perform Thursday, July 11 from 6-8 p.m. at Willows Park as part of the summer outdoor music series. Photo oakbay.ca

Bring a picnic dinner, enjoy free outdoor concerts in Oak Bay

Music fills the air at Willows Park on select Thursday nights from 6 to 8 p.m.

If you’re looking free outdoor entertainment in the heart of Oak Bay, a free Thursday concert series in Willows Park at the beach provides a range of musical performances through the summer.

Oak Bay Parks, Recreation and Culture hosts the events, which continue this week (July 11) with Laura Deviato and the Lelolai. The performances run from 6-8 p.m.

The musical fun returns July 25 with Malahat Drive with opener Omie Wise. The Damian Graham Trio with opener Claire Coupland perform Aug. 8, and Mufario Marimba closes the series on Aug. 22.

Concert goers who are bringing food to enjoy are encouraged to bring reusable picnic and dinnerware, to reduce plastic and other waste at the site.

READ ALSO: Your 2019 outdoor summer movie roundup



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