Bands and BBQ on tap this Saturday at Bear Mountain

Outdoor concert with Dustin Bentall overlooks Valley Golf Course and mountain scenery

What do southern rock, barbecue and breathtaking views all have in common?

They’re all on the agenda this Saturday (June 4) at the Westin Bear Mountain’s Bear, Bands & BBQ.

This outdoor concert will feature music from Dustin Bentall, among others, on a stage overlooking the Valley Golf Course and surrounding mountain scenery.

On the menu for the evening is a southern barbecue buffet including mac and cheese, potato salad and your choice of two of the following: ribs, brisket, pulled pork or  chicken.

VIP tickets also include the option of viewing the evening’s events from two areas – the second floor balcony of the Westin and the Fire Lounge.

A wine and beer reception runs from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. with appetizers. All of the evening’s events are expected to wrap up around 11 p.m.

This is a 19-plus event. Tickets range in price from $20 to $70. For more information go to bearmountain.ca.

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