Stettler’s annual Entertainment in the Park concert series is running this year, but with some precautions and restrictions in place. Black Press file

Entertainment in the Park 2020 lineup announced

The summer concert series will proceed with COVID-19 precautions in place

The Town of Stettler has released the performers that will be featured in the 2020 Entertainment in the Park concert series.

This year’s festivities consist of nine free concerts featuring local and touring artists including Canadian Idol finalist Jaydee Bixby (July 22), Alberta Country Music Award winner Drew Gregory (July 5) and Canadian Country Music Award nominee Renegade Station (July 8).

The series began June 24 with local favourite The Jazz Guys.

Other performers in the series include Devin Cooper (July 12), Erin Ross (July 15), Wheatland Band (July 29), Genuine Cowgirls (Aug. 19) and Tracy Millar (Aug. 26).

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, precautions and guidelines will be monitored to recognize all public health orders and ensure that the events operate safely.

The following regulations will be in place for all concerts:

• The main interior area in front of the gazebo at West Stettler Park will be limited to the first 100 people, or the current maximum occupancy mandated by Alberta Health Services;

• Physical distance of at least two metres between attendees, who are not from the same household, must be maintained at all times including coming and going from the performance area;

• There is no access to public or portable washrooms at West Stettler Park.

“We thank all attendees in advance for their cooperation and are pleased to once again offer the opportunity to enjoy live entertainment amidst the natural beauty of West Stettler Park,” said Brad Robbins, recreation and culture manager.

“We are very excited to once again provide a great line-up of summer entertainment at West Stettler Park to both residents and visitors of Stettler. While events will have a different feel from previous years with new safety protocols in place to keep everyone safe, it still gives the public an opportunity to enjoy the summer, West Stettler Park and some great live entertainment.”

More information can be found at www.stettler.net or @TownofStettler on Facebook.

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