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Event Archive - Sunny Daze Bandit Bash 2: The Turnpike Bandits, Mindil Beach, Tuff Jelly, Eric Peterson Peterson, And Special Guests

Sat. July 16th 2011 - Sat. July 16th 2011 Sunny Daze Campground Shawnigan Lake BC (All Ages)
4pm - 2am doors at 9am
$30
Presented by: MultiThreat Productions
A festival of music by the river. located in the beautiful valley of Shawnigan Lake on Renfrew Rd. you will find Sunny Daze Campground. a place of magic, good people and great music... see you there, and check in for updates as there will be a few bands that will be joining us that day...
camping available. $30 with camping, $20 with out...NO Dogs sorry... for more info call 1 250 743 5697...see ya there! Go through Shawnigan Lake until you hit renfrew road. follow until it turns to gravel and keep right. it is on the right hand side. if you hit the loggin roads you went to far. cant miss it!

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The Turnpike Bandits (Canada's Rockin country band)

Nominated “Best Live Act” for the 2011 Vancouver Island Music Awards, The Turnpike Bandits deliver a performance not to be missed. From performing at big stage festivals to smaller acoustic performances, this 7 piece country/ rock band from Victoria BC is really making waves in the Canadian Country Music scene. Started in 2006 as a 3 piec... more info

Mindil Beach (Rock)

For a group with a complex list of influences, Mindil Beach is simply named after a coastline in Darwin, Australia. Through the skillful blending of rock, hip hop, reggae, funk and folk, they've created sonic cocktail that is equal parts soul, adrenaline and swagger. Their diversity of appeal has enabled them to play alongside a wide variety of no... more info

Tuff Jelly (Rude Raw Reggae)

Some sick shiat from the tropics of Canada (vancouver island). We mix dirty reggae with ska, dance hall and a smack of rap just to keep it steady. ROCKAS beware the tuff jelly fish is the toughest fish in the sea. more info
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