Saturday, June 21, 2014
Parks Canada Administration Grounds
Serena Ryder has announced that she will perform at Banff National Park’s rescheduled ‘Performance in the Park’ September 21. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the provincial flood relief efforts.
Adam Cohen will be headlining the event with Serena Ryder and we have confirmed Danny Michel as an opening act for the show. It's a full line up and it will be a great outdoor event. Thank you for supporting this great event post-flood!
Tickets purchased for the original June 22 performance are valid for the new date. Ticket holders who are unable to attend on the new date can return their tickets to the same vendor at which they were purchased until August 7 for a full refund.
Tickets for September 21 are SOLD OUT!
Serena Ryder the soulful Canadian songstress and Juno Award-winning artist known for her powerful vocal range and hits like Stompa and Calling To Say, will headline Banff’s fourth annual Performance in the Park.
Adam Cohen, the son of the legendary Leonard Cohen, all his life sought an artistic space beyond the reach of his father’s looming shadow. Adam's songs own unique and distinct voice and perspective too — a plain-speaking style freighted with disarming candour.
Danny Michel, the lyrically poignant, 3 time Juno nominated singer-songwriter’s new album, Black Bird's Are Dancing Over Me, is a gem. Michel cultivates lush rhythms and sounds as the perfect backdrop for his buoyantly eloquent songwriting style.
Good to Know:
- Gates open at 2 p.m.
- Event is presented outdoors on the lawn so bring a blanket, cushion or festival chair (see below) to sit on.
- Lawn chairs are permitted but will be restricted to certain seating sections.
- Goes rain or shine, so dress appropriately.
- No parking on-site, public parking is available in town and on the surrounding streets.
- Small bags and packs are permitted but may be subject to search.
- No alcohol will be permitted on the grounds.
- No pets allowed on site.
Parking - don't waste time driving around looking for a sport. Just click on Banffparking.ca, choose your vehicle type (car, RV or bike) and find the best place to park.
Co-presented by The Banff Centre, Parks Canada, and Banff Lake Louise Tourism.