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Past Events

Sun. August 18th 2019
20th Annual Special Woodstock The Petri Family, Loose ​Change, Ebonie & Ruby Kafalava (Hawaiian Dancers), Len Smiley, Peter Bourne, Louis Calihoo, Singing Buddies, Thor And The Thundercats, Ariel Eastland, Erin Fulton, The Smiley Family Band, Kody, Twin Oaks, Burnside, Namaste, The Cookie Monsters, Peace Love and Joy, Special Woodstock All Star Band (Mahri Sherlock, Sari Alesh, Owen Vaags), Rick Scott, Montgomery County, David Simms, Myles and Blake, Lovely Grime, Gracie Hooper, Jay Erwin, Sari Alesh, Hanna , Owen Vaags, Erin Rooke, Victoria Gaelic Choir, Sister Act, Melaura Bracken, Vera Seagrams (Bollywood Dance), Andrew McCormickProvidence Farm Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Fri. November 24th 2017
Christmas Kick Off The Smiley Family Band, Santa Clause @  Downtown Duncan Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Sun. August 15th 2010
Special Woodstock Allison Crowe, Ken McCoy, The Smiley Family Band, Mailaka Marimba, Stifler's Mom, Deb Maike, Four Door, What about MeProvidence Farm Duncan BC (All Ages)
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The Smiley Family Band

party songs from Victoria BC

Label: The Smiley Family

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Shelley Smiley

We play the songs that make every event , well, eventful!
Lots of costumes and shananigans( Sorry Shannon,lol) .All upbeat songs from all eras and genres.
Four out of 6 of us are siblings and yes our last name really is Smiley,
We have been entertaining in the music industry all of our lives and love our audiences.

Current Lineup

TODD SmileyDrums / vocals
Jeff Smileyguitar / vocals
Shelley Smileyguitar and vocals
Shannon Smileypercussion and vocals
Terry MacKayBass / vocals1989-present
Erik AndersonDrums / vocals1995-present



Special Woodstock 2011
Posted: Jul. 8, 2019
Filmed: Aug. 21, 2011

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The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division