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Event Archive - Rock of the Woods Music Festival - DAY 2: Plants and Animals, Mohawk Lodge, Sun Wizard , Kai Brown, Bloody Wilma

Sat. August 27th 2011 - Sat. August 27th 2011 @  Bamberton Mill Bay BC (All Ages)
12pm - TBA doors at 12pm
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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Plants and Animals

Plants and Animals are Warren C. Spicer, Matthew 'the Woodman' Woodley, and Nicolas Basque, the product of a musical three-way between two boyhood friends from Canada's East Coast, and a French-Canadian. It's not easy to label the kind of music Plants and Animals make, but it's easy for it to feel instantly familiar. Maybe that's because they recor... more info

Sun Wizard (Pop)

Sun Wizard are a grunge/powerpop/ shoe-gazing type of band who came together in 2008, when a couple of days on Vancouver Island turned into an impromptu acoustic gig gone right for bassist Francesco Lyon and songwriter-guitarists Malcolm Jack and James Younger. The next spring, the four rockers began gigging regularly in the clubs and dive bars of... more info
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Bloody Wilma

bad bunny. more info
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

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