There is no work bee scheduled for Sunday, June 19, but we will have work bees every Sunday after that until festival time. Work bees go from 11 am to 4 pm.
Received from Chris Wheeler:
Kispiox Festival Video Destination BC
I put together a video from last year and the last part of it (at the
2:07 mark) features Kispiox festival. Feel free to share
Thanks for having me! Chris
As well as our headliners, we have a strong lineup of regional acts. You can expect some really great performances this weekend!
Here are the regional acts so far for 2016, in alphabetical order:
Adam and Azedeh Gagnon
Axes of Ego
The Brazen Harlots
Buds and Friends
C’est La Vie
The Gypsy Moondogs
Meghan Brady & Friends
Pop Up Puppet Co.
Stacy Reynolds Band
THEE NIGHT BAMM
Theresa Michelle Mohr
2016 is set to be an exciting year for Melbourne based multi-genre duo The Imprints as they head off on their biggest international tour yet, taking them to Greenland, Europe and Canada.
Congratulations to Danielle Jephson, the winner of this year’s logo competition! Her creation will be featured on the program, t-shirts, etc.
George Leach is an artist in relentless pursuit of truth. His dedication to songcraft is evident throughout his career, nowhere more so than on his latest album, Surrender, out now.
“Tim’s awesome. He’s one of my favorite Canadian songwriters. Nobody captures the rough-and-ready frontier imagery better than him.”
– Corb Lund
Winnipeg-based prairie songstress Raine Hamilton takes the stage with humour and strength. Imagine a cross between a shorter, more musical Tina Fey, and a shorter, funnier Joni Mitchell.
Emily ChamberS is a dynamic vocalist with a sultry tone and a powerhouse range. With a love for classic soul and R&B, she combines an old school Motown vibe with hints of hip hop and a little bit of Southern grit, to give you a fresh sound that hits you in the gut.
With a guitar in one hand and a suitcase in the other John Welsh has been performing his eclectic style of music for audiences around the globe for the past 10 years. He draws influences from artists such as Ben Harper, Michael Franti, Sam Roberts and Joel Plaskett. His songs are often inspired by his travel experiences, blending elements of folk, surf rock, reggae and latin.