Randi Boulton

Free concert by Randi Boulton

Randi Boulton will perform a free concert at Bower Ponds on Sunday. The local musician, who was voted one of the Top 16 new artists in the CBC Searchlight talent contest, will sing some tunes from her latest Sometimes Life album.

Randi Boulton will perform a free concert at Bower Ponds on Sunday.

The local musician, who was voted one of the Top 16 new artists in the CBC Searchlight talent contest, will sing some tunes from her latest Sometimes Life album.

She’s also set to pilot some newer material during the 2 to 4 p.m. concert on the outdoor stage.

“This show will be great to bring the family to,” said Kristina Oberg, culture supervisor for the City of Red Deer.

“Randi Boulton is an incredible musician and performs with such passion that people will not be able to resist getting up to dance.”

The city’s special events programmer added that local parks and music are a great combination.

“There’s no better place to be on a summer Sunday.”

More summer fun can be found downtown as the city organizes weekly culture and arts events Wednesday evenings at the Downtown Market and lunchtimes on Thursday on the Ross Street Patio.

For more information, visit www.reddeer.ca/bestsummer.

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