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Mon. August 5th 2019
39 Days of July Festival - Youth Day Contestants DHT, Winners DHT, Malakai, Amanda Nixon, The Lucky Brothers, Not Yet, Porter Brothers, Jared Popma, James Meyer (and friends)Charles Hoey Memorial Park - Buckerfields Stage Duncan BC
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Sun. August 4th 2019
Jim Scales, Professor Banjo, Paul Washington Trio, Chris Andres , Anneda, Lady O with Leon Nagasaki, Smilin' Jack Smith / Joe Mock, O'Brien School of Irish Dancing, Modern ThoughtCharles Hoey Memorial Park - Buckerfields Stage Duncan BC
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Sat. August 3rd 2019
39 Days of July Festival Jared Popma, Spent Rent, Chris Baron & Megan Cronin, Brian Gauci, Shawnigan PlayersCharles Hoey Memorial Park - Buckerfields Stage Duncan BC
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Sat. August 3rd 2019
39 days of July Festival Tri-ContinentalCity Square Stage Duncan BC
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Fri. August 2nd 2019
39 Days of July Festival Tequila Bedspins , Sweet Potato Brown and the TroublemakersCharles Hoey Memorial Park - Buckerfields Stage Duncan BC
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Thu. July 19th 2018
Music in the Park Daily Matt Kinnumen, Without A Net, Terry Wicks, O’Brien School of Irish Dance, Della Rice-Sylvester, Cara Mccandless, Naomi Payan, Jessica Blakney, Adam Bay, MapstoneCharles Hoey Memorial Park - Buckerfields Stage Duncan BC
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Duncan-Cowichan Festival Society

Confirmed: Jul. 19, 2016 (Awaiting Update)

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Listing last confirmed: Jul. 19, 2016

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NOTE: As of 5:30pm March 17, 2020 a Public Health Emergency has been declared in B.C. 

All bars, clubs, lounges & similar venues have been ordered to close.

All restaurants and bars must discontinue dine-in service. All personal service businesses (salons, spas, massage, tattoos, etc) must close.


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