TerraZetto will perform a free show Tuesday (Aug. 15) at 12:30 p.m. at the Bowen Park amphitheatre as part of the City of Nanaimo’s Concerts in the Park lunchtime series. (Photo submitted)

TerraZetto plays free concert at Bowen Park

Trio will perform a free show Tuesday (Aug. 15) as part of Concerts in the Park series

TerraZetto will play a picturesque venue this Tuesday (Aug. 15).

The trio will perform a free show at 12:30 p.m. at the Bowen Park amphitheatre as part of the City of Nanaimo’s Concerts in the Park lunchtime series.

According to a press release, TerraZetto plays music from continental, Latin and Americana roots and the vocals are in English, French and Portugese.

“We blend original composition with hand-picked traditional tunes from around the world,” notes the release.

The band offers its takes on works of famous artists such as Fats Waller, Sonny and Cher, Stevie Nicks, Pearl Jam and Santana, playing guitar, stand-up bass, mandolin, Irish bouzouki and an array of percussion instruments from around the world.

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