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Event Archive - Rock of the Woods Music Festival - DAY 1: Chad Vangaalen, Johnny and the Moon, The Himalayan Bear, Listening Party

Fri. August 26th 2011 - Fri. August 26th 2011 @  Bamberton Mill Bay BC (All Ages)
5pm - TBA doors at 5pm
45-99
Tickets at: Ticketweb
Presented by: Rock of the Woods
August 26th & 27th - Bamberton BC
http://www.rockofthewoods.com/

As an age old testament to callous and sweat, through the ghosts of the past, comes Rock of the Woods. Standing alone on the Historic Bamberton cement factory thunder will roar, trees will shake, and earth will move.

The Rock of the Woods Music Festival at Bamberton will be a celebration of community spirit and youthful creativity. It will offer a showcase of musical talent, both celebrated and little known, local and global. This festival will have a lasting impact by building sustainable and positive relationships between artists, nature, community, and business.

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Chad Vangaalen

For 10 years Chad has been producing work in his bedroom, playing all the instruments, and has amassed hundreds of songs. Flemish Eye compiled 19 of these - including three new ones - as Chad's first CD release proper: Infiniheart. Now picked up by Sub Pop, Infiniheart is about to get the exposure it deserves - and a vinyl 12" release. Strains ... more info

Johnny and the Moon

Dante Decaro of Wolf Parade's current side project. more info

Listening Party (Long Back)

Listening Party was formed in November 2005 by Lindy Gerrard and Trenton Mclaren. Lindy also plays drum in fellow kill devil hills band, "Johnny and the Moon", and Victoria songwriter, Jon Middleton is also and part time member of the band. Based out of Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, Canada this three piece/duo combines the rythms of Africa, a... more info
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