Fun Fridays

6pm / 7pm
Dates: June 29th / 6th / 13th / 20th / 27th / August 3rd
Programed to bring on the weekend!


2018 Fun Fridays Schedule

Friday June 29

Location: CFS Stage
6pm    Non Stop Talk 
- young 4 piece from Victoria combining rock, funk and jazz to create a unique sound that'll get you on your feet. 
7pm    Porter Brothers - three young local farm boys, home schooled, happen to have a sixth sense about rock’n’roll music...they also end the festival


Friday July 6

Location: CFS Stage
6pm    Hell Katz
- Cowichan Valley trio that gives us full on rockabilly at its finest
7pm    Luv Train - local R&B band with  Island based musicians that has a lady who can sing the songs with certain gusto...yearly favourite


Friday July 13

Location: CFS Stage
6pm    Ravenhill Ranters
- Gillian Wale with Rockland Moran use slide guitar and autoharp to add that final finesse to Gillian’s writing
7pm   Sweet Potato Brown and the Troublemakers - calling the valley home for years she is hitting her stride with her alt/country and with this latest band backing her up...might want to bring along your dancing sandals                       


Friday July 20

Location: CFS Stage
6pm    Andrea Smith
– as singer/songwriter from north of Nanaimo, she is invited back each year and you might want to find out why (think Rick Lee Jones styling)
7pm    MIND - Dave Zelinsky of Towers and Trees has a side project, this is it


Friday July 27

Location: CFS Stage
6pm     Silver Chord
- original alt/rock with folk twinges and a bluesy roots feel that grabbed us from the first time we heard them...trust you will like their style
7pm     Stifflers Mom - have been around a long time in the valley and about time they performed at our festival...prepare to rock


Friday August 3

Location: CFS Stage
6pm      Claire Coupland
- a Toronto folk singer-songwriter, she is seen as an emerging young artist of real potential
7pm      Deaf Aids - had to bring the Beatles back to the festival and the park scenario...come learn some history and sing along if you will


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All of these scheduled musical events are designed to bring community together to 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’.