Children's Day

Sunday July 8, 11am-3pm
Location: Charles Hoey Memorial Park - MNP Stage

 Norman Foote

Norman Foote

Children's Day Schedule

Sunday July 8th, 11am - 3pm
Location: CFS Stage

For the 8 and under crowd (parents/grandparents/family are also allowed).

11am   Introductions and welcoming - pony rides/mini train ride/swing ride/activity stations/puppet shows a as well as main stage performances

11:30pm   Beverley McKeen  - her songs cross the age barrier easily and kid’s really enjoy her environmental and compassionate messages

1pm    Norman Foote - North American touring Juno awarded Children’s entertainer returns to our stage because he likes it here

2pm   Carlson’s Dance - bringing the young ones to the stage today to entice others to give it a try sometime

3pm   Michelle Edwardson - great vocals /solid writing, a new voice to the valley and once you hear her you will always seek her out...

4pm   Josue Taraconte  - Paulina Izquierdo - Cuban flamenco guitarist and his well respected vocalist wife along with a localized flute player

5pm   Norman Foote / Bruce Miller - Norman, an ‘adult’ songwriter as well, brought along his Nashville singer-songwriter pal Bruce Miller to trade off some tunes and share some stories

6pm   Slammin Jack – pull out your muppets stuffies and dust off your dance shoes, the psychedelic jam-grass dance-floor trance-funk extravaganza is back.

7pm   Beverley McKeen Band  - always appreciated at this festival, she knows how to pick a band to showcase her singing and song writing abilities

After Hours...
Location: Duncan Showroom
‘after 9’ series
Slammin Jack  


Norman Foote’s performance on Children’s day brought to you by The Red Balloon Toyshop

 
 

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All of these scheduled musical events are designed to bring community togetherto celebrate our diverse local / Canadian and international music scenes, to give the opportunity to meet our neighbours, share a common experience and hopefully be able to now greet each other with a friendly smile on any future happen chance connections we are proving that downtown Duncan and the Cowichan Valley is... ‘a rather fun place to be’.