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Event Archive - FARMFEST 2012 at the Sunny Daze Campground!Many, many Bands!!: MD Wren, The Hank Pine Experience, The Tower of Dudes, The Burnettes, Carolyn Mark and her new Best Friends, The Himalayan Bear, Clay George, Hearse

Sat. September 8th 2012 - Sat. September 8th 2012 Sunny Daze Campground Shawnigan Lake BC (All Ages)
3pm - 1am doors at 1pm
$20
3pm- Hearse
3:30- Clay George
4:15- Carolyn Mark and the New Best Friends
5:00- The Burnettes
The Doochettes!
6:00-Tower of Dudes
The Doochettes!
7:00-Himalayan Bear
8:00- Slut Revolver
8:30 -High Arctic
9:15- Mitch Anderson
9:45- The Hank Pine Experience
10:30 - Ora Cogan
11:00 MD WREN
midnite- Slam Dunk

1am- DJ Peni Tentiary
2:30am- DJ Benji
in the Forest Lounge

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The Tower of Dudes

The Tower of Dudes is a high-octane, traveling folk-gypsy-country-punk band that employs an impressive variety of instruments. Their energetic stage presence and rapid fire delivery has been known to incite dancing, chanting and demented sing-a-longs that only end when this band of half-crazed misfits either pass out, or explode. Their eclectic... more info

The Burnettes (new-wave-country-kitchen-party-pop)

The Burnettes are Cora & Chris Burnette. Cora loves stoner rock and show tunes. Chris loves punk rock and wanky metal riffs. It's new-wave-country-kitchen-party-pop-rock. Currently recording their fourth record, see them at a venue near you. more info

Carolyn Mark and her new Best Friends (Alt Country)

Carolyn Mark is a Mint recording artist that will charm you with her stage presence and quick wit. Plus i think you'll like her new best friends more info

Hearse (Folk Cabaret Couple)

A hearse is the vehicle which conveys each of us to our final resting place. The word might evoke thoughts of cars and trucks driving us to our graves or the horse cart leading up to the pyre. To the hearse's padding and curtains and carving go the job of easing the passage, for the spectators in equal if not greater measure even so than for the... more info
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