A special Open Stage is planned for tomorrow evening at the Tsawwassen Arts Centre in recognition of Seniors Week in Delta.
Pete Wilson, an eclectic performer, emcees the show, which has been taking place most months for the past nine years.
Blues singer and player Ken Palmateer, Willie Nelson impersonator Pete Dobson and accordion/ piano player Vi Krall will all take part in the evening, which gets underway at 7: 30 p.m.
A glimpse of Granny's Back in Town (a show at the Firehall Centre for the Arts in North Delta on June 14) will be presented by Patti McGregor and John O'Sullivan.
McGregor will be taking the show on the road to Alberta in July. O'Sullivan, an Irishman raised in London, England, will be doing a guest spot with some Celtic songs and stories. The show reflects McGregor's quirky sense of humour.
The evening has attracted musicians, songsters, poets, actors and comedians over the years. The music styles have varied from country to swing to rock. Open Stage has includes folk singers as well. Wilson keeps the show moving along with anecdotes and songs of his own.
This event is cosponsored by the Delta Arts Council and the Corporation of Delta. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is $4.
For more information, call 604-943-9437.