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Event Archive - Flowers & Folk - Chelsea Fringe Festival: Old.Soul.Rebel (Vancouver), Vic Horvath, Tree Top Trio

Sun. May 28th 2017 @  Horticultural Centre of the Pacific, 505 Quayle Rd. (All Ages)
2:30pm doors at 1:30pm
$12.00 at the door only.
Presented by: Chelsea Fringe Festival International, Wildwood Outdoor Living Centre
For the first time in Canada, Victoria will host a Chelsea Fringe Festival event. Enjoy an afternoon of sun-soaked live music from some local talent, face painting, and art in The Gardens at HCP.

Featuring performances from Vic Horvath (Victoria – Folk/Blues), Tree Top Trio (Victoria – Jazz/Swing Guitar), and one of CBC's Best New Bands of 2016, Old.Soul.Rebel (Vancouver – Blues/Soul).

The Chelsea Fringe Festival is a not-for-profit community project intended to make garden culture more accessible to a wider community. The Chelsea Fringe Festival acts with the support of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show held in London UK annually.

The Chelsea Fringe attracts a wide variety of garden related events and venues. From art exhibitions to folk music, children’s school gardens to new public parks, there are events of every scale to entice the green fingered and culturally curious.

Since the first Chelsea Fringe in 2012, over 1100 individuals and organisations have participated, with events happening all over the UK as well as Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Japan and Australia. And now Canada joins the party.

Adults: $12.00
Students and Seniors: $9.00
Under 16: Free
Members of the HCP: Free


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Vic Horvath (Folk Garage)

Vic horvath is a walk under the glowing embers in the wood stove sky. A mouth that mutters magic and breathes sinful strings and cackling feathers. This performer is found in dim lit bars crowded with whisky and slurred romances. more info
Articles: Vic Horvath (1991 – 2018), Celebrating the Music of Vic Horvath

Tree Top Trio (Gypsy Jazz)

The Tree Top Trio derives their musical style from the early days of American jazz, after the fashion of nomadic eastern European guitar virtuoso Django Reinhardt who pioneered what has come to be known as Gypsy Jazz and Swing Manouche. Swing Manouche/Gypsy Jazz consists of acoustic guitars, double bass and sometimes violin or clarinet: An Atomized... more info