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Event Archive - Simon Sayz, Kele Fleming, Vallee-Fairie, Anneda (Trio), Kids Today, The Hardware Girls, Cheko, Positive Rebellion , Moulettes

Sat. July 25th 2020 - Sat. July 25th 2020 @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
1:00pm - 10:30pm
Livestream By Donation
Presented by: 39 Days of July
1pm - Open mic - bring along a tune and get on our ‘open’ mic stage
2pm - Simon Sayz - his gruffness brings a sense of sensitivity to the adventuress choice of songs he chooses to sing
3pm - Kele Fleming - from the mainland she is over just for our festival, yes she can sing and write engaging songs and probably you are going to become a fan
4pm - Vallee-Fairie - feminist,and provocateur...so called Vancouver Island / Montreal based singer-songwriter, Vallee takes the stage with a soft strength, her genre bending songs invite elements of pop, jazz and folk to coalesce with her colourful vocal texture, which weaves in and out of musical arrangements
5pm - Anneda Trio - that great voice sound even greater when she sings in a trio format
6pm - Kids Today - Hammond B-3 with the leslie alongside a set of drums...these two go on a musical journey that is worth holding for the ride
7:30pm - Hardware Girls - second time this year that this family band of gals has graced the festival stage...cause we likes them
8:30pm - Cheko and the Positive Rebellion - 5 piece reggae based band that sings a lot of the original Cheko songs
9:30pm - Moulettes - live streamed from England for the 39 Days of July

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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