Unique mix of music, magic and more at Langley event Saturday

No minors are admitted to Duelling Pianos on the evening of Sept. 9.

Duelling Pianos in the Plaza brings together live music, magic, craft beer, local wine, and street food Saturday.

Musician Sean Michael Simpson will perform starting at 6 p.m. then Travis Bernhardt will take his turn offering jaw-dropping illusions starting at 7:30 in McBurney Plaza.

Then at 8 p.m. this unique evening of entertainment, moves into an all request portion of the evening. Expect to hear pop, rock, country music and comedy.

It’s hosted by the City of Langley and the Downtown Langley Business Association. They’ve arranged for the Vagabond Bar Truck as well as food vendors to be on site.

Duelling Pianos in the Plaza is for those 19 and older, and ticketholders must show two pieces of ID for entry.

The ticket sales proceeds support sports activities for kids in Langley City. To get tickets, go to eventbrite.ca and search for Duelling Pianos in the Plaza.

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