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Event Archive - Sunfest Country Music Festival

Thu. July 28th 2022 - Thu. July 28th 2022 Laketown Ranch Lake Cowichan BC (All Ages)
16:00 - 0:00
Sunfest Country is back and going to be better than ever in 2022. Featuring the most critically acclaimed and best selling headlining artist in our history to date. Darius Rucker first achieved multi-Platinum status in the music industry as lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the GRAMMY Award-winning band Hootie & the Blowfish, who have sold more than 25M albums worldwide including their Diamond-certified debut Cracked Rear View, which remains among the Top 10 best-selling studio albums of all time. Since releasing his first Country album in 2008, Rucker has earned a whole new legion of fans with four No. 1 albums on the Billboard Country chart, including RIAA Platinum-certified Learn to Live and True Believers, plus ten No. 1 singles at Country radio.
Get ready for live performances by Darius Rucker, Dallas Smith, Hardy, Randy Bachman, Randy Houser, Kip Moore, Orville Peck, Rodney Atkins, MacKenzie Porter, Madeline Merlo, Shred Kelly, Ben Klick with special After Party performances by James Barker Band, Hunter Brothers and Aaron Pritchett.
Also featuring Dave Harntey, Cross Parallel, Hillside Outlaws, Ryan McMahon, Born Reckless, Michael Daniels, The Promised, High Quadra Ramblers, Tumblin Dice, Taylor Rae-Poznikoff, Pony Gold, Melissa Livingstone, Double The Trouble, Mbira Spirit and Chris Andres. Sunfest Country Music Festival returns to beautiful Lake Cowichan, BC July 28 to 31, 2022.

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Dallas Smith

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Dallas Smith knows country music like he knows success. He knows what it’s like to sell millions of records, because prior to his breakout country solo debut album Jumped Right In and its smash first single, “Somebody Somewhere,” and the new “If It Gets You Where You Wanna Go,” the Vancouver native furnished the pipes for the rock band... more info

Rodney Atkins

With Caught Up in the Country, one of country music’s biggest stars is starting his next chapter… “Some of these songs were like carving a statue,” says Rodney Atkins. “You put a whole lot of stuff on there and then keep chipping away, so you only have left what you need—you figure out what’s just noise, what’s taking away, how ... more info

Ben Kilck

A fun-loving entertainer and storyteller with a huge heart for my family and community. Canadian-born and raised in Vancouver, BC, he started his journey at 4 years old singing along to Shania Twain, Great Big Sea, and the musical, Grease into a purple plastic microphone while wearing a Fisher-Price electric guitar. After seeing Shania Twain in con... more info

Ryan McMahon

Ryan McMahon grew up in Ladysmith, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, where he began playing in local bars on Vancouver Island at the age of 17, under the moniker “Citizen Strange.” There, he befriended several pro-moters that allowed him opening sup-port slots for bands coming through town such as Nickelback and Wide Mouth Mason, ... more info

The Promised

Known for their acoustic style, high energy music, The Promised is as a roots/country band started by Jesse and Noelle Burch. The pair met in 2018 while performing with their respective bands and a mutual respect for music sparked a writing session. Before long, they were married. In 2019, they created The Promised with the incredibly talented u... more info

The Tumblin' Dice

The Tumblin' Dice is a New Country Band from Victoria, British Columbia. Locally the band is known as the house band for Sunfest Country Music Festival in 2013, and the house band for the popular "Gone Country" in Victoria. The band has also opened for Aaron Pritchett and Brett Kissel and will be performing at Canadian Music Week 2014. more info

Melissa Livingstone (Country)

Relatable and quirky are two expressions to describe Melissa and her music. Quirky because she resembles early 2000’s influenced country, and relatable because she creates lyrical impact and soul behind the message she’s singing about. Denim on the Diamond winner, BCCMA (British Columbia Country Music Association) Award Nominee, and radio t... more info

Double the Trouble

Luc and Aidan Wrigley are 17 year old Cree and French-Metis twins who began Fiddling and Jigging at the age of 3. The following year they won gold and silver medals in the Jigging and Fiddling contests at Festival du Voyageur. By six, the twins along with their dad on guitar were busking at the Forks in Winnipeg where they would share new songs and... more info
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