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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sobeys Symphony Under the Sky Photo Contest!

The forecast calls for blue skies and beautiful music!

Sobeys Symphony Under the Sky

Friday, September 4th - Monday, September 7th

Heritage Amphitheatre, Hawrelak Park

Edmonton, ABYour Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (ESO) concludes summer with Sobeys Symphony Under the Sky, September 4th – 7th. In its 15th season, the invigorating sounds of the ESO will fill the sky high above Hawrelak Park, with five concerts over the course of four days.


Bring your camera to Sobeys Symphony Under the Sky! In our inaugural Photo Contest, attendees may submit photos from their memorable September long weekend experiences to be judged for artistic quality in the following categories: Music, People, Food, and Nature. Simply upload your photos to the Sobeys Symphony Under the Sky Flickr group and tag them with ssuts2009 – more information can be found on our website,


Join your Edmonton Symphony in going Green! Simply leave your vehicle at the U of A Stadium lot (pay-parking lot located northwest of the Butterdome – 116 St and 88 Ave) and ride Hybrid ETS buses for free directly to Hawrelak Park. No overflow parking will be available at Hawrelak Park – limited parking only.

For a full concert listing of Sobeys Symphony Under the Sky, please visit All events will be held at Hawrelak Park.

In case of inclement weather, listen to Shine 105.9 FM. Any venue changes will be announced on air, posted on and, and noted at (780) 428-1414 and 1-800-563-5081.

In addition to the generous support of Sobeys, festival supporters include Bullfrog Power, TELUS, the City of Edmonton through the Edmonton Arts Council, The REALTORS® Association of Edmonton, The Edmonton Journal, AM 930 The Light, and 105.9 Shine FM.

The Monday, September 7th performance is generously sponsored by General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.

Ongoing support to the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra is provided by The Canada Council for the Arts, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and The Edmonton Arts Council.

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