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Event Archive - 2019 Cowichan Valley Bluegrass Festival: Claire Lynch , Lonely Heartstring Band, The Slocan Rambler, Nomad Jones, The Sweet Lowdown, Clover Point Drifters

Fri. June 14th 2019 - Fri. June 14th 2019 Laketown Ranch Lake Cowichan BC (All Ages)
$20 to $70
Presented by: Cowichan Valley Bluegrass Festival
Family-friendly, all-ages bluegrass and old-time music festival June 14-16 2019 with camping, jamming, workshops and square dance. Featuring three-time Grammy nominee Claire Lynch, The Slocan Ramblers, The Lonely Heartstring Band, The Sweet Lowdown, Nomad Jones and more. Festival tickets and camping are sold separately at BrownPaperTickets.com

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Lonely Heartstring Band (new acoustic)

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The Lonely Heartstring Band is a five-piece “new acoustic” band from Boston that performs a mix of original and traditional tunes from the old-time, bluegrass, folk, and jazz idioms. Young and exciting with a wide range of lyrical and face-paced tunes, they are rising fast in the New England acoustic scene. Four of the members of the band (Pat... more info
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Nomad Jones (Bluegrass)

Nomad Jones is a hot and happening Western Canadian bluegrass outfit equally comfortable ripping on rollicking classics or serenading on sultry ballads. Drawing on an extensive repertoire from traditional ‘grass right thru the acoustic music spectrum, Nomad Jones will entertain you with their blood harmonies and intriguing instrumentals. Over the... more info

Clover Point Drifters (Bluegrass)

Bluegrass band from Victoria, BC, Canada. Their repertoire consists primarily of traditional bluegrass songs, with a sprinkling of country, folk blues and pop tunes served up in bluegrass style. Their songs feature close heartfelt duet and trio harmonies, backed by strong banjo, mandolin and dobro instrumentals. more info
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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.

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