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Local Love: Oaklands Sunset Market Fundraiser: Chance Lovett and the Broken Hearted, LOVECoast, Dirty Mountain, Dug Nugget, The Choir, Jugo Bossa

Sun. April 23rd @  Hoyne Brewing Co. (All Ages)
3pm doors at 3pm
Join us to raise funds for the 2017 season for Oaklands Sunset Market! All funds raised will go directly to rent, staff, and facilities at the Market. We've partnered with Coast Lunch Box to host a locally sourced afternoon at the Hoyne Brewery - in their backyard!

Tickets are $20 (includes meal, extra food is $5 per serving) and available at the Oaklands Community Centre in person or by phone at 250-370-9101 or via Eventbrite.

*Note: This is an outdoor event - rain or shine! Dress appropriately, however we will provide tents in case of rain. Vegetarian options are available.

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LOVECoast (Indie/Soul/Pop)

Since their inception in 2013, Lovecoast has been delivering a new sound that won't go unnoticed. Their blends of old soul, fresh pop and infectious beats has landed them on line-ups such as Pemberton Music Festival 2015 and Juno Fest 2016. 'Chasing Tides,' the band's 5 song EP produced by Juno nominated Tom Dobrzanski (Hey Ocean, Said the Whale, W... more info

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

The Choir (Choir)

Victoria’s The Choir is a non-auditioned, community choir that sings all-original arrangements of pop, folk and indie music. What started as a small project based out of Larsen Music in early 2013 turned big in no time: 100 great people who love to sing their hearts out! The Choir has had a string of very fun and successful concerts, and performa... more info
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