The Crescent Sky performed for the Concerts in the Park series in Hope on Friday, July 19. This week’s concert is Sam Dominelli, and it begins at 6:30 p.m. at Hope Memorial Park. (Jessica Peters/ The Standard)

Hope’s Concerts in the Park bring local musician to stage

Sam Dominelli on the stage July 26, and a double header booked for Aug. 2

Concerts in the Park continues Friday, July 26 in Hope, with a concert by a local singer and songwriter.

Sam Dominelli will perform in the Hope Memorial Park bandstand, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Dominelli is an experienced local rock musician who will be bringing his backing band in from Vancouver. Sam has one album, Where You Goin? released in 1999, and will be performing in support of a new album of original music which was scheduled to be released this summer.

Then on Aug. 2, Dan Alder from Vancouver and Guitar You Experienced from Salmon Arm will present a double header.

To keep up to date on all your local events in Hope, watch The Hope Standard for the Whatz Up section.

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