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Cowichan Valley Bluegrass Festival 2023: The Po' Ramblin' Boys, AJ Lee and Blue Summit, Michael Daves, Jacob Joliff, John Reischman , Golden Shoals

Sat. June 17th - Sat. June 17th @  Laketown Ranch Music Park Lake Cowichan BC (All Ages)
noon - 11 pm doors at 10 am
Other Dates / Times
Jun. 16, 2023 6 pm doors at noon
Jun. 18, 2023 11 am doors at 10 am
BC's largest bluegrass and old-time music festival with multiple Juno and Grammy nominees The Po' Ramblin' Boys, Michael Daves, John Reischman, and California's hottest progressive bluegrass group AJ Lee and Blue Summit. Saturday night outdoor square dance with Golden Shoals, intimate performance workshops, non-stop jamming, and food and craft vendors galore.

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The Po' Ramblin' Boys (bluegrass)

International touring artists and Grammy-nominated traditional bluegrass band, Grand Ol' Opry performers from Tennessee. more info

AJ Lee and Blue Summit

Although falling loosely under the bluegrass label, AJLBS generally plays sans banjo, with Sullivan Tuttle and Scott Gates on steel stringed acoustic guitars, AJ on mandolin, Jan Purat on fiddle, and Chad Bowen on upright bass. Winners of the 2019 FreshGrass Band competition; 2nd Place Winfield - National Flatpicking Contest Winner - Sully Tuttle; ... more info

Michael Daves (bluegrass)

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Grammy-nominated guitarist, vocalist and music educator, heralded as "a modern genius of traditional bluegrass." more info

John Reischman

One of the most influential mandolinists of his generation, John Reischman has been renowned as a performer, band leader, composer and music educator since emerging with the Tony Rice Unit as part of California's "new acoustic scene in the 1980s. 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