Fun Fridays

4pm / 5pm / 6pm / 7pm
Location: Charles Hoey Memorial Park - MNP Stage

Programed to bring on the weekend!

Fun Fridays Schedule

July 7

4pm      Morgan Basslion - spinnin’ some groove tunes with a reggae feel for your Friday afternoon transition
5pm     Yukon - rap-hip hop and family friendly-a true wordsmith
6pm     Hell Katz  – rockabilly it is-from the valley
7pm     Boomadoom - rock to reggae, current and classic hit covers from Nanaimo


July 14

4pm     History Talks - Fred Roland - celebration songs from the drum
5pm     Duncan Has Talent - dance-finals
6pm     Paul Ruzsel - a folk singer in the truest form, his songs are about observations and solutions
7pm     Monte Nordstrom & the Providers - a mainstay in the valley music scene, Monte comes to the festival stage this year with his stellar musical friends to provide you with excellent entertainment


July 21

4pm     Lady O - her specialty is upright bass and vocals, groovy jazz and some latin standards too… and her choosing of bandmates
5pm     Duncan Has Talent - cover/show tunes- finals
6pm     Adam Bay - didgeridoo and slide guitar from Cobble Hill
7pm     Mapstone - touring roots indie band


July 28

4pm     Morgan Basslion - spinnin’ some groove tunes with a reggae feel for your Friday afternoon transition
5pm     Duncan Has Talent - originals/instrumentals- finals
6pm     Schayde Dame - singer-songwriter from town who has the ability to further her career in the big leagues should she choose
7pm     Lady V and The Key Krasher – Virginia and Larry are still giving it up to the r&b/soul/blues genres with a kickass band to entertain us


August 4

4pm     Morgan Basslion - spinnin’ some groove tunes with a reggae feel for your Friday afternoon transition
5pm     Duncan Has Talent – Nuts and Bolts-finals
6pm     Sweet Papa Lowdown – a unique ensemble of swingin' musicians who bring a modern take to classic jazz and blues tunes of the 1920's & '30's
7pm     Blackfish - electric blues in a Howlin Wolf fashion

 


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’.