REVY.Live Outside Canada Day kick-off

Take a sneak peek at the bands kicking off the REVY. Live Outside event that will take place every night from July 1 until August 27, 2022

REVY.Live Outside event from 2021. Photo: Arts Revelstoke

REVY.Live Outside returns to downtown Revelstoke and Queen Elizabeth Park this weekend, beginning July 1, 2022. Arts Revelstoke launched its full lineup for live music all summer long, with The Local Group kicking things off in Queen Elizabeth Park on July 1. 

After two summers of gathering restrictions, REVY.Live is returning to the stage with live music every night from July 1 until August 27, 2022. Bands from all over Canada will perform in Revelstoke’s Grizzly Plaza and Queen Elizabeth Park.

The Local Group is a bluegrass band from Saskatchewan that will be part of the Canada Day celebration, and the show will take place from 5–7 p.m.

On Saturday, July 2, Class Action takes center stage at Queen Elizabeth Park with a performance from 6:30–9 p.m. The Calgary group will keep the festivities rolling with ska music that Arts Revelstoke describes as “high energy” and “will make you want to dance.”

Closing out the action-packed long weekend is Mozi Bones, performing Sunday, July 3. The band has a world-infused psychedelic sound and will be the first performer in the lineup to take the stage at Grizzly Plaza from 6:30–9 p.m.

For more of REVY.Live Outside’s first-week lineup and music for the rest of the summer, click here: artsrevelstoke.com.

Nora Hughes is a recent graduate of the Thompson Rivers University Interdisciplinary Program, where she combined her passions for Adventure Tourism, Communications and Journalism. With a strong interest in community news, Nora is passionate about giving a voice and face to the people of Revelstoke through storytelling.