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Musician Del Barber tunes up while performing at the Mercredi en musique concert series on Provencher Boulevard on Aug. 7.

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Musician Del Barber tunes up while performing at the Mercredi en musique concert series on Provencher Boulevard on Aug. 7. Photo Store

Individuals hungry for fine food and good music turned out for a free lunchtime concert on Provencher Boulevard on Aug. 7.

Visitors to this summer’s sixth Mercredis en musique concerts, organized by Festival du Voyageur and Provencher Boulevard BIZ, enjoyed a musical performance by Del Barber and food catered by Promenade Café and Wine.

The concerts will run every Wednesday until Aug. 28 in the Jardin de sculptures (219 Provencher Blvd.) from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Individuals are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.

The remaining concert and restaurant schedule includes Red Moon Road and Le Garage on Aug. 21 and Marijosée and Gibraltar Dining Corporation on Aug. 28.

For more details, visit www.heho.ca or go to Facebook and search for Festival du Voyageur.

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