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Event Archive - THE 3rd ANNUAL BOSEVUS FEST: The End, THE WPP, Che Chapter 127, One Drop, The McGillicuddys, The Rampant, A STELLAR COLLAPSE, odd one out

Sat. October 23rd 2004 - Sat. October 23rd 2004 Burnside-Gorge Community Hall (All Ages)
2:30pm - 11pm
Presented by: Bosevus Productions
8 Bands on 2 stages playing over 4 hours of non stop music.

Tickets will be available at Ditch Records and Lyles Place on October 8th for $9 or $10 at the door.

(Bosevus Fest - Formerly the Van Isle Punk Festival, the name change was due to the fact that we're not just punk!)

DOORS AT 2:30pm

Featuring Videos from Moneen, KMFDM, DOA, Black Rice, and many many more...

4:30-5:30pm - Chill out, Pizza, Hot Dogs, and other consessionary dinner items available at the Burnside Concession


Band listings as follows:

Kinda LIke Fred - Burnside Stage - 6:00pm - 6:30pm
A Steller Collapse - Bosevus Stage - 6:30-7:00pm
The Rampant - Burnside Stage - 7:00pm-8:30pm
Che Chapter 127 Bosevus Stage - 8:30-9:00pm
The End - Burnside Stage - 9:00-9:30pm
The WPP - Bosevus Stage - 9:30-10:00pm
One Drop - Burnside Stage - 10:00-10:30pm

The Mcgillicuddies were forced to drop off the bill due to their bassist killing his wrist with a reoccuring tendonitus problem over the weekend, they offer their most humble oppologies and are probably more irritated then anyone else that they are unable to play the event.


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The End (Tech Metal)

Formed in the early spring of ?99 this Canadian quintet consisting of members Steve Watson, Anthony Salajko, Sean Dooley, Tyler Semrick-Palmateer and Andrew Hercules immediately began writing songs with the simple intention of making good music. By May of ?99 the band had written their first four songs which were released in an untitled demo. The b... more info


we are the wpp! we will shock & amaze! we are friendly!! we will rock the house!! we'll probably be in your town soon. more info

Che Chapter 127 (Hardcore)

Born as a vehicle to express radical political beliefs, we are a band whose sonics defy stereotypes. We are the collision where raging guitars meet bottom heavy basslines meet caffeinated breakbeats meet lyrical drive-bys fueled by a stance of resistance. In both our music and content, we refute silence, because we know that our silence will not pr... 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

The McGillicuddys (Psycho Ceilidh Punk)

Celtic punk rock’n’roll, with lashings of mandolin, tin whistle and accordion all amped up with power chords that will transport you back to a mythical smoky pub with brawling songs of drink, hard living and hard loving. Album Notes: Under the influence of old school punk rock and traditional Celtic tunes, the McGillicuddys sound like a p... more info

The Rampant (Oi!/PeacePunk)

Formidable Oi! music, to say the least. No words do fair justice. more info

odd one out (dancehall ska dub reggae)

o.o.o are a victoria ska dub reggea band who like to keep things slow but will also pick it up with some high pace rock ska. O.O.O are a new band featuring many former members of the late ten too late, just trying to get seen and play some music. more info