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Event Archive - Westhills BC Day Celebration!: Kuba Oms, Karly Summers , Rukus, Mindil Beach, The Archers, Jessie Roper

Mon. August 6th 2012 12PM - 4PM doors at 12PM @  City Centre Park (All Ages) 12PM - 4PM doors at 12PM
FREE at the door only.
Westhills is hosting the Westhills BC Day Celebration on August 6th from 12-4PM. This FREE event is set to take place at City Centre Park and will support emerging artists in BC!

Come out to enjoy the musical talents of many local artists including Kuba Oms, Karly Summers, Rukus, Mindil Beach Markets, The Archers and Jessie Roper. We will have fun for the whole family including face painting, balloon animals, bouncy castles and so much more.

Kuba Oms (Soul Pop)

KUBA OMS BIO The time is now for Kuba Oms, the Canadian singer who mines 70s-era soul, funk and rock n’ roll on his solo debut, How Much Time, to be released Sept. 29th on Digniti/Warner. As the long-time musical director of the live house jam band Velvet, he has taken a contemporary approach to his own project that could be likened to a cro... more info

Rukus

Pronunciation: 'r&-k&s also 'rŸ- or 'ru Function: noun Etymology: probably blend of ruction and rumpus Date: circa 1890 Synonyms: Commotion, furore, fuss, rumpus, shindig, shindy, to do, uproar. Any combination of human body sounds and movements such as screaming, yelling, hooting, hollering, shouting, whistling, banging, while dancing, jum... more info

Mindil Beach (Rock)

For a group with a complex list of influences, Mindil Beach is simply named after a coastline in Darwin, Australia. Through the skillful blending of rock, hip hop, reggae, funk and folk, they've created sonic cocktail that is equal parts soul, adrenaline and swagger. Their diversity of appeal has enabled them to play alongside a wide variety of no... more info

The Archers (Folk-Rock)

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“The Archers, or if Mumford and Sons had sons: With influences drawn from the softer side of the rock spectrum, The Archers merry brand of music brings together warm harmonies, direct lyrics and pointed guitars. If the groups' aim with "The Sun Will Rise" was to create winning whimsical folk-pop, then The Archers have hit their target.” - Steve... more info
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