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Event Archive - Take in a Live Outdoors Show in 2022: Richie Valley, Brian Richardson

Sat. July 23rd 2022 - Sat. July 23rd 2022 Honeymoon Bay Outdoor Market Honeymoon Bay BC (All Ages)
10:30 am - 1 PM doors at 10 am
By Donation
Take in a Live Outdoors Show in 2022

More info here: https://richievalley.com/performances/

Richie Valley plays live with Brian Richardson in Honeymoon Bay this summer in 2022. The pair play a series of dates. Styles include originals, blues, classics & more.

*live, outdoors show
*all ages welcome
*new stage, onsite cafe & open air market
*music by donation "Pay What You Can"

2022 Outdoor Music Schedule

We play every other Saturday 10am to 1pm May 28 through July 23 2022
Every other week, on Saturdays 10am to 1pm

June 25
July 09
July 23

How to Get There

It's an easy country drive - and a low density country setting.
10063 South Shore Road, Honeymoon Bay

*take the Island Highway to Duncan
*turn onto Highway 18
*drive through the town of Lake Cowichan continue to Honeymoon Bay
*about a 35 minute country drive from Duncan

Open Air Grounds

Located in Honeymoon Bay's open air market grounds. Right across the street from the General Store. When you see the General Store park your vehicle and go to the LuMi Cafe.

The LuMi Cafe is located at 10063 South Shore Road in Honeymoon Bay, V0R 1Y0. They sell treats, coffee, and ice cream. Browse more:

https://www.cowichanlake.ca/directory/listing/lumi-cafe

Map
https://duckduckgo.com/?t=ffab&q=10063+South+Shore+Road&ia=web&iaxm=maps

Afterwards enjoy nearby Gordon Bay Provincial Park.

Want to play?

If you're a musician and want to play, ask Brian between sets about a post-show open mic.

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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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