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Event Archive - Cowichan Valley Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Festival: Po' Ramblin' Boys, Pharis & Jason Romero, Lonesome Ace Stringband, Greg Blake and Real Country, Wes Corbett and Simon Chrisman, Old Paint Duo, Sarah Jane Scouten , High Quadra Ramblers, Black Rabbit Rounders, Bella White, Anne Louise Genest, Clover Point Drifters, Jenny Lester, J.R. Proctor, Paul Silveria , Omie Wise

Fri. June 19th 2020 - Fri. June 19th 2020 Laketown Ranch Lake Cowichan BC (All Ages)
17:00 - 23:00 doors at 12:00
Cancelled $100
Presented by:
B.C.'s biggest bluegrass and old-time music festival featuring Grammy nominated the Po' Ramblin' Boys, Juno winners Pharis and Jason Romero, The Lonesome Ace Stringband, Greg Blake and Real Country, Wes Corbett and Simon Chrisman, Sarah Jane Scouten and more. Saturday night square dance All ages, family friendly.


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Sarah Jane Scouten (Country & Folk)

“I like her songs, each one has a great line or two that jump out and slap you in the face. She can do funny and she can do sad, there’s just something special in her stanzas that are better than most. Picture a feisty 12 year old Tom boy in a dress gripping a sling shot.” - C.R. Avery “Sarah Jane Scouten is the real new deal. New songs... 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

Jenny Lester (Bluegrass)

Jenny Lester is a dynamic Canadian Bluegrass performer and recording artist who has established herself as an important singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her original songs are carefully crafted in the bluegrass convention while at the same time displaying a contemporary freshness and vitality that breathes new life into the fabled "high... 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.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division