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Rootsfest 2002 Sunday Night Mainstage: Mae Moore, The Duhks, Dave Alvin And The Guilty Men, Holly Cole, Reggae Cowboys

Sun. August 18th 2002 7:20 pm Sandown Park (All Ages) 7:20 pm
MC David Essig
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Weekend passes are available until Friday, August 16 at these 3 outlets:

McPherson Box Office in Victoria
3 Centennial Square
Toll-free 1-888-717-6121

Laurentian Bank of Canada
764 Fort Street

Thrifty Foods
Tickets available at all locations on Vancouver Island and in Tsawwassen. Buy your tickets at Thrifty Foods and receive a $5 discount. You must shop in person. No phone or mail order tickets are available from Thrifty Foods.

NB: You can now purchase tickets online through Paypal.

In order to cover handling and Paypal costs, the cost per ticket will be $42 US. Tickets will be mailed to the shipping address you provide.

Children under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult with paid admission.

Performance times are as follows:

Friday Aug. 16 6pm - 11pm
(gates open 5pm)
Saturday Aug. 17 10am - 11pm
(gates open 9:30am)
Sunday Aug. 18 10am- 11pm
(gates open 9:30am)

Early-bird (until June 6) June 7 - July 15

Weekend Pass $45

Weekend Pass $55

July 16 - Aug 16 Gate Sales (Aug. 16-18)

Weekend Pass $69
Friday Evening Only $35
Saturday Only $45
Sunday Only $39

Friday Evening Only $35
Saturday Only $45
Sunday Only $39

Mae Moore (songwriter)

Mae Moore is a songwriter, performer, visual artist and international recording artist. The first 4 recordings were released on the Epic/Sony label and her fifth, on Jann Arden's 'Big Hip Records,' was released in the summer of 1999.Next came her best recording to date,the jazz tinged-acoustic "Funny World", recorded in Victoria, and produced by J... more info

The Duhks

The Duhks are a young folk band hailing from Winnipeg Manitoba, which is located where the wind stops at the east end of the Canadian Prairies. Their show is a pure, unrestrained and dynamic presentation of traditional and contemporary acoustic music designed to make you kick up your feet and party. Their harmony of the Celts mixes with Appalachian... more info

Dave Alvin And The Guilty Men

What Dave Alvin does so magnificently is captured in electifying fashion on Out in California, the Downey, California -bred singer -songwriter guitarist's seventh High- Tone album. The full breadth of Alvin's artistry and the power of his touring band, the Guilty men, comes through in thirteen tracks culled from recent performances at the Blue Cafe... more info

Holly Cole

Internationally acclaimed chanteuse Holly Cole continues to nurture a unique musical identity at the intersection of jazz and pop. From jazz standards to her tribute album to the growly blues of Tom Waits, Cole’s earlier work revealed shrewdness and sophistication at every turn of a phrase. Newer albums marked a deepening maturity, marked by inte... more info

Reggae Cowboys

"Effortless and natural, the Cowboys' fusion of western themes and reggae riddims actually rediscovers a musical synthesis found in reggae's early years, when the island was tuning into American country and western music, along with seminal R&B. In Rock Steady Rodeo, the reggae one-drop beat laid out by rhythmic slashes of keyboards and rhythm... more info
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