Music Festival this weekend

  • Aug. 6, 2008 8:00 a.m.

It’s music festival time again, with performers and spectators already converging on the fair grounds in Tlell, ready for the start tomorrow (Friday) evening. It all starts just after 5 pm with the welcome followed by the Haida Gwaii Spirit Dance Group. The music continues until midnight, and includes M’Girl, The Charlotte Misfits, Summer and the Sinners and more. Saturday, a full day and evening starting just after 11 am, with Retro Sphere, Riptyde, Mamaguroove and more, and continuing until midnight. Sunday, the sounds continue from just before noon until 6 pm. The music festival is a family event and no alcohol or drugs are permitted on the site. It all happens at the fair grounds in Tlell. For more info, see Islands This Week included in this Observer or check the festival’s website

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