I jumped at the chance.
one day concert (with the help of others) held on Doug's Father's "Homestead". A large grassed lot next to
the family home. Surrounded by trees, it is the wonderful spot to attend the concert then stay for the night.
Perfect for a BYOB (Bring your own Booze) event.
of the property. A family event with music for all ages on a stage that consists of a lot of donated audio and
lighting gear. A mixture of food and souvenir booths are available close to the stage.
Doobie Brothers, Little River Band and the Eagles as their musical influences. They play vintage Rock and Pop.
Take a listen to their music at http://www.reverbnation.com/vlride
Lake Cowichan Fixture for the better part of two decades. Jack lists their style as Alternative, Rock,
Easy Listening and Experimental.
crowd going cheering and clapping for the lovely ladies.
lights really kicked in, turn up the fog machine to ten and the amps to eleven.
and guitar/vocals Brad Devlin, they just blew away the crowd.
"Kick Cancers Ass". The concert ticket sales, the silent auctions through out the evening and donations raised $3195.96 for the Canadian Cancer society.
Hear him here http://www.reverbnation.com/danielwesley
until the wee hours in the morning. Here is where you can hear them http://www.reverbnation.com/weakpatrol
If you get a chance to attend Nedfest next year, you must. It is a great time for a good cause.
Nedfest 2013 !!