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Event Archive - Free Live Outdoors Music at Honeymoon Bay: Richie Valley, Brian Richardson

Sat. August 28th 2021 - Sat. August 28th 2021 @  Honeymoon Bay Open Air Market Honeymoon Bay BC (All Ages)
10 - 1 doors at 10
Free
Presented by: Organized by Al of LuMi Cafe , Held during Open Air Market

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Music: Jazz / Blues
Local musicians Richie Valley and Brian Richardson play “just for fun” every week at the Honeymoon Bay Open Air Market. The market runs from 10am – 1pm Saturdays.

The duo decided to play three sets every Saturday drawing from popular, jazz, original and blues music. There is no charge for the easy going live music- although tips are
appreciated.

Brian Richardson has just released his “Jazz-O-Matic” EP with five tracks and will have copies available at the market in CD and flash drive format.

Richie Valley is showcasing “In Search For the Lost Harmonic” and “Butterfly Sunflower” the title track from his forthcoming LP.

You’ll know when you arrive at the Honeymoon Bay market – just look for the general store on the left which is across the street from the market. LuMi Cafe is part of the
market and has generously supplied the musicians with food and drink. Their coffee is outstanding and has a hint of coconut.

Gordon Bay Provincial Park and Day Use Area / Beach are just a few minutes down the road where a refreshing swim in Cowichan Lake goes well with a warm weekend Saturday.

The weekly market plans to be open Saturdays right through the Labour Day weekend, and perhaps longer.

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Brian Richardson (Jazz standards / blues)

Dedicated amateur Jazz / Blues Guitarist. Run a Jazz/Blues Jam 3rd Saturday Night every month in Cobble Hill. E-mail me to get on the invitation list. more info
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