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Keep the Beat in full swing at Lakeside

The 12-hour concert at Lakeside Park features entertainment, a kids craft tent, silent auction and other activities until 10 p.m.



Music abounds at Lakeside Park today as the 12 hour concert, Keep the Beat, provides various entertainment for the masses.

Swing Theory (pictured) graced the stage with their jazzy tunes while those looking for a morning stretch  were lead in a yoga practice near by.

The student organized charity event includes entertainers such as All Canadian Back Bacon, Playmor Junction, as well as Keith Todd and Mark Spielman. Other performers include Back Water Blues, Charlie Jacobson, Paul Prappas, Tyler Dejong and Arynn Sheriff.

All proceeds will go to War Child Canada.

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