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Event Archive - Vinyl Envy - 4 Year Anniversary Weekend: Hannah Rose, Victoria Hartman, Jaya Bremer, Alex Maunders, Dug Nugget

Sun. March 31st 2019 Vinyl Envy (All Ages)
12:00PM - 4:00PM doors at 11:00AM
Free
Presented by: Vinyl Envy
Vinyl Envy presents
- - [ VINYL ENVY's 4 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND ] - -
Supported by Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia

If you can believe it, it's been 4 years already?! Since then we've been lucky enough to host some exceptional international & local musicians in the shop and share their music with you all!

The only way we truly know how to say thank you, is to bring on more live music~

Join us in celebrating with FREE live performances from local musicians for Vinyl Envy's 4 YEAR ANNIVERSARY -

SATURDAY MARCH 30th
12:00PM
-> Elder Sister Plum
https://eldersisterplum.bandcamp.com

1:00PM
-> BoneHoof (Solo Set)
https://bonehoof.bandcamp.com

2:00PM
-> Bre McDaniel [Vancouver, BC]
https://bremcdaniel.bandcamp.com

3:00PM
-> Carolyn Mark
http://carolynmark.com

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SUNDAY MARCH 31st
12:00PM
-> Hannah Rose & Victoria Hartman
https://www.facebook.com/hannahsmusic13/

1:00PM
-> Jaya Bremer (Solo Set)
(of Wise Child)
https://www.jayabremer.com
http://wisechildband.com

2:00PM
-> Alex Maunders (Solo Set)
(of Cartoon Lizard)
https://cartoontunes.bandcamp.com

3:00PM
-> Dug Nugget
https://www.facebook.com/DugNugget
http://dugnugget.com

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also live bands performing each night:
EVENING EVENTS CAN BE FOUND BELOW

Friday March 29th: Greg Meiklejohn & The BaanBaans // Stevie Wise & TBF // Savard
Saturday March 30th: The Sky Lit Up w// Alexandria Maillot and Kirsten Ludwig - LIVE
Sunday March 31st: David P Smith & the ASA // Whiskey & Fire // David Chenery

We'd love to see you there ♥ Thank you all so much for the support these past four years~

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Dug Nugget

Dug Nugget is a four piece acoustic band that calls Vancouver Island home. Their high energy, ruckus brand of folk music can range from traditional to unconventional. Guitar, stand-up bass, banjo, drums, and some wicked vocal harmonies drive gritty songs that tell tales of hard times, low-lives, and local lore with up-beat rhythms and a sense of h... more info