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Fri. July 30th 2021
Beverley McKeen and The Sweet Band @  39 Days of July, Charles Hoey Park Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Mon. July 12th 2021
39 Days of July Daniel Cook @  Outdoors Downtown at 7:00 p.m. Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Mon. August 3rd 2020
Jared and Jamie, Malakai, SETLIST, Greenlights, Veronica and Friends @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Sun. August 2nd 2020
Jim Scales, Paul Washington (Trio), Chris Andres , Dave Pittet, Pine Box Rebellion, Orwith Horwitz , Leon Nagasaki, Porter Brothers, Jeff Plankenhorn, Daniel Cook & The Radiators @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Sat. August 1st 2020
Open Mic, K-Tones, Mitch and the Baroness, LOVECATS, James Kasper, Jade Blackney, Reid Williams, Morgan Bassman @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
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39 Days of July

Confirmed: Jun. 26, 2018 (Awaiting Update)
131 Station Street Duncan BC map
V9L 1M8

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39daysofjuly@gmail.com

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39 Days provides a wonderful sense of community as people gather throughout the day to sit, relax and listen to great music in the Park. What could be better than that on a summer's afternoon during the 39 days of July! YAY to Long John for once again pulling together some stellar performers and offering free music to build community. And also YAY to Long John for reaching out and giving young people a chance to serve the community both through assisting with sound, set up and pulling down each day as well as performing! How great is that! - A testimonial from a happy visitor to many of the 39 Days of July events. It’s a rather fun place to be!



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Listing last confirmed: Jun. 26, 2018

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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