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Event Archive - 39 Days of July Festival: Woodruff Marimba , Steve McKinnon Trio, Joe Charron, Clancy’s Front Porch, PixElle , Tropic Mayhem, Lapp / Dobres / Dolan, Kendall Patrick Band , Groove Social

Sun. July 1st 2018 - Sun. July 1st 2018 Charles Hoey Memorial Park - CFS Stage Duncan BC (All Ages)
11:00am - 7:00pm
Free
Presented by: 39 Days of July
11am Woodruff Marimba - Jenny from Shawnigan Lake has a student marimba band and it seemed a good way to start off Canada Day

Noon Steve McKinnon Trio - Steve brings along sidemen Bent on electric guitar and Jon on stand-up bass to aid him while he performs originals and the occasional cover that he honours thrown in

1pm Joe Charron - heard about this country folk /roots singer - songwriter on CBC some 25 years ago and he is still bringing on the new tunes and a new CD

2pm Clancy’s Front Porch - multi-instrumentalist trio from Victoria that are here so you can hear traditional folk as they play it

3pm PixElle - Cara / Naomi / Tanya are all singer-songwriters that combined their deliveries to support each other’s music

4pm Tropic Mayhem - time to wear your beach wear as Andy McCormack and crew bring on the beach party music for your listenin’ and dancin’ pleasures

5pm Lapp / Dobres / Dolan - spontaneous traditional folk? wild celtic flavours? knowing these three I would have to say superb music will be performed however you want to describe their musical journey

6pm Kendall Patrick Band - Kendall writes and sings indie-rock, Nico Rhodes is on keys, Caleb on drums, Max Frazer on bass... very powerful and fun

7pm Groove Social - Scott McGill has the r&b /soul/pop vocals and his rhythm section comes along just to guarantee you will move, if only in your chairs

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