Abbotsford’s eighth annual Jam in Jubilee summer concert series and art market kicked off on July 6 in Jubilee Park. The first night, which featured performances from Aerophonics, Jordan Klassen, and Said the Whale, filled the park to capacity at 1,300 people with more lining up to take in the show. At certain times, the line to get in was over a 45 minute wait. The capacity was set by the park’s liquor license.
After Said the Whale, the After Dark series moved the crowd into Townhall Public House, where Hubbo hip-hopped further into the night.
The concert series, which is accompanied by artisan, food, and drink vendors, continues to run every Thursday throughout July, beginning at 6 p.m., with music running from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. For a full schedule of performances, see the back cover of The Cascade, or visit jaminjubilee.com.