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Event Archive - VICTORIA'S 4TH ANNUAL SKA FESTIVAL Free Outdoor Extravaganza: The Operators, The Bloodwarmers, The Hoochy Girls

Fri. July 18th 2003 Centennial Square (All Ages)
2:30 pm - 3:30PM
Free Free admission
Friday, July 18 starting at approximately 12:30pm the festival will switch to the beautiful outdoors at Cenntennial Square where we will see our own Island's The Hoochy Girls and the Bloodwarmers. The Operators, - ska/reggae/dub from Edmonton will also be on that bill so watch out their high energy reggae and soulful dub.


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The Operators (ska and punky reggae)

The Operators formed roughly a year ago after giving into peer pressure from friends and fans to breath new life into the Edmonton scene and Canadian ska music. Originally, the group thought they were just a successful 4-track recording project until their MP3s began to be passed around the Edmonton scene at lightening speed. Since that time, th... more info

The Bloodwarmers (Ska)

The Ska's the Limit Bloodwarmers on the rise It's all about the show. These high-energy musicians are known for their explosive ska performances focused on the audience need to move. If you don't jump up and join in, check your pulse "cause you must be dead!" says manager and trombone contortionist Allen Pleasants. The Bloodwarmers are a si... more info

The Hoochy Girls (Interpretive Ska *Copyright ? 2000*)

Whats the difference between you and a mallard with a headcold? One's a sick duck, I forget the rest, but your mother's a whore. Keep up the skanking. Once there was a captain named Smith. We sailed the seven seas on the trusty ship "Corrigan IV." She was a sturdy vessel, with sails and cannons galore! Boosh! more info
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