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Event Archive - Van Isle Punk Festival: The Black Halos, MONEYSHOT, Ak-47, The Hoochy Girls, One Drop, The Habitat, Falling Into Place, Lady Esther

Sat. September 20th 2003 - Sat. September 20th 2003 Burnside-Gorge Community Hall (All Ages)
5:30 pm - 11:00pm
Presented by: Bosevus Productions
2 STAGES! 4 and a half hours of non stop music featuring 8 bands includeing the one and only BLACK HALO'S.

Falling into place are a skate punk band from Castlegar BC.

Lady Esther are a 4 piece rock band from Nananimo BC

The other 5 bands are of course local to Victoria. All bands will be playing short 30 minute sets.

Tickets can be purchaced at Ditch Records and Lyles Place. Limited Capacity, once the tickets are gone they're gone.

Black Halo's - 9:45pm
Moneyshot - 9:00pm
One Drop - 8:30pm
Lady Esther - 8:00pm
The Hoochy Girls - 7:30pm
Ak-47 - 7:00pm
Falling Into Place - 6:30pm
The Habitat - 6:00pm*


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The Black Halos (Glam Punk)

"Pure Rock & Roll Excess" the Black Halos are one of the best things to happen to punk rock on the west coast. more info
Articles: THE BLACK HALOS We Are Not Alone

MONEYSHOT (Punk Rock 'n Roll)

Rock 'n Roll Music the way it was meant to be; loud, honest and in your face. Be it all ages or club dates, Moneyshot brings the rock with one of the most energetic shows in the area. Check out the latest album Cowboys & Angels on their website, along with some live vid's from various past shows. more info

Ak-47 (Hardcore)

From Victoria, BC. Fast. Brutal. Political. Pissed off. 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

One Drop (punk reggae)

One Drop plays reggae, punk, dancehall, dub and ska with an intensity that evinces their punk rock roots. If you want to see a professional, polished and flawless performance, One Drop is not what you are looking for. If you want to hear music that is raw, entertaining and unpredictable played by a crew of seriously talented maniacs who are almost ... more info
Articles: How did D'Arcy ska?, Rough It Up by One Drop, Osmose musicale - Review of One Drop's To Hell in a Band Casket