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The Island Division Label Launch & Halloween Party: Everybody Left, The EliXXXirs, The Leg-Up Program, Nick Taylor

Fri. October 31st 2014 9:15 - 1:00 am doors at 9:00 pm Felicita's Campus Pub (No Minors) 9:15 - 1:00 am doors at 9:00 pm
Start @ $10 for students / Lucky $13 @ the door
Tickets at: Lyle's Palce, BC Smoke Shop
The Island Division is a new music label based out of Victoria and is set to launch this fall. Join us on Halloween at Felicita's with Everybody Left, The Elixxxirs & The Leg-Up Program.
Presented by The Island Division, Felicita's Campus Pub with more tba

Everybody Left (Indie/Dirty Pop/Reluctant Reggae)

Everybody Left is currently preparing their new album. Expect to hear it by the end of the summer! more info
Articles: Straight Faced Characters Present Stories of Social Diversity & Political Science, Start Your Weekend Off Right with Everybody Left

The EliXXXirs

It is THE ELIXXXIRS' sworn duty to get you moving faster than a prune juice smoothie. Since their start in 2005, the band has developed far beyond its original ska/reggae format, serving up an original and infectious mix of pop, rock, and punk. The Elixxxirs are a fixture on Vancouver's live scene and they regularly tour Western Canada, building a ... more info

The Leg-Up Program (Soulful Indie LeftCoast)

The Leg-Up Program is a collaboration of Victoria artists. Formed in late 2013 to fill-in for a local block party, The Leg-Up Program tore the roof off with their hip hop funk rock soul orchestra and musical collective with approximately 17+ members who contribute to their huge sound. Made up of members from many other local bands, the collectiv... more info

Nick Taylor (JUKEBOX)

Have played with a Band called D.N.A. for years, just looking for a new project. I love sublime, the chillies, rage, jack johnson, petty, etc... I have a ton of original tunes with my bass player Dano, just looking for a damn good drummer. yeah. more info
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