Photo contributed. Yukon-based singer/songwriter Declan O’Donovan performs at Wednesday on the Wharf on July 5 at Marine Peace Park.

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Wednesday on the Wharf plays out at Marine Peace Park

If it’s Wednesday, it will be happening at the wharf.

The popular Wednesday on the Wharf music series begins another season at Marine Peace Park.

The series opens at 6:45 p.m. June 14 with the Salmon Arm Secondary jazz and concert bands, followed on June 21 with the Margit Sky Project and with Crown the Guilty on June 28.

July kicks off with Yukon-based singer/songwriter Declan O’Donovan, who released his new album Broken Sky last week.

Broken Sky is the follow-up to O’Donovan’s self-titled debut album, released in 2012. The sophomore release was recorded with Juno Award-winning producer Jean Massicotte.

Other Wednesday on the Wharf performers in July include – Chicken-Like Birds on July 12, Marina and the Specks and No Mothers on July 19 and Devon Coyote on July 26.

August plays out with Hanne Kah on the second, Seal Skull Hammer on the 9th, Twin Peaks on Aug. 16, Eryn Robertson on the 23rd and a grand finale with the Salmon Armenians on Aug. 30.

The by-donation shows start at 6:45 p.m.

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