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K.R. Barkman concert series set to begin

By: Staff Writer

Posted: 05/30/2018 10:00 AM

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The Steinbach Arts Council will bring everything from contemporary Christian to punk rock music to Steinbach this coming month with its month-long free concert series.

The outdoor concerts at K.R. Barkman Park will kick off on June 1 at 7 p.m. with a show featuring country rockers Banned and Outlawed.

The series will continue on June 3 with a show featuring pop/Christian solo artist LMNK, as well as Christian contemporary artist HC Derksen.

June 8 will see rock band, the Darryl Marsch Band, hit the stage, while punk rock act P-Noise will perform on June 9.

Jazz/swing act Above Bass will play on June 21, followed up by a performance by the Clearspring Middle School Grade 8 jazz band.

Country band 5acres and contemporary alternative group the Hernandez Band will perform on June 23.

Folk/pop act Shannon Shewchuk will perform on June 24, along with Christian contemporary act Soul Purpose.

The concert series will wrap up with a performance by the Backyard Theatre Company set for June 29.

More information on the SAC concert series can be found at

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