Alberta’s Own music festival to show off Canadian talent

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Alberta’s Own music festival will continue to showcase the diversity by featuring a wide array of musical genres to celebrate their 10 year anniversary.

On the bill are Our Lady Peace, Econoline Crush, The Mudmen, Social Code, Starewell, Soul Side In. Thirty bands are booked to perform at the only all-Canadian Indie show in Alberta.

If you are a fan of live music then you don’t want to miss the Alberta’s Own Independent Music Festival held July 15 to 17 in Lacombe at Michener Park in conjunction with the Lacombe Days celebration.

The Alberta’s Own embraces all the upsides of a good quality, midsized summer festival. Alberta’s Own will provide two stages, food/merchant vendors and a beer garden.

Come enjoy basking in the great outdoors while enjoying front row seats to the fireworks and numerous events planned for Lacombe Days. The partnership between Alberta’s Own and Lacombe Days will provide a first class event for all ages to enjoy.

The events other than the music are the drive in movie Thursday and the parade on Saturday.

For more information go to www.abown.com

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