The Esquimalt Lagoon was filled with the sounds of summer tunes and the smells of food trucks once again over the weekend as Colwood’s beach food weekends and music Saturdays continue.
Saturday (July 9) saw Pulse Radio take to the stage, with the beautiful beach and setting sun as the backdrop for their set. Despite cloudy skies and a cool sea breeze, plenty of people came out to enjoy the evening with some live entertainment.
Each Friday, Saturday and Sunday from May until Sept. 2, the lagoon features a rotating roster of food trucks on site from noon until 7 p.m., and Saturdays get the added bonus of live musical performances from 5 to 7 p.m.
Upcoming Saturday beach days are scheduled to feature food by Deadbeetz, Mama Rosies Filipino Cuisine, Road Treasure Treats, and Greek on the Street, and musical performances by Nautical Disaster and Rock of Ages.
July 30 sees the regular Saturday evening entertainment replaced by the all-day festival Eats and Beats, headlined this year by Said the Whale.
For the complete food and music schedule, visit colwood.ca.