Brad Paisley entertaining fans Friday night at the 2013 Rockin' River Music Festival

Brad Paisley perfoms live at Mission Raceway Park

The 2013 Rockin' River Music Festival is set to be the largest festival in its five year history.

This week’s Rocking River Music Festival marks the largest festival it has ever been in its five year history. Thousands have flocked to hear some of the big names including Brad Paisley and Big and Rich. “This is the biggest party the Fraser Valley has ever seen,” said Kenny Hess, festival president.

The festival runs through Saturday August 17th. More info: Rockin’ River Festival

 

 

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