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Fri. September 7th 2018 Providence Farm Duncan BC $95

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Koksilah Music Festival: Mob Bounce, Phoenix Pagliacci & Lex Leosis (of The Sorority), FRASE, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, TA'KAIYA BLANEY, Old.Soul.Rebel , Desiree Dawson, The See Monsters, Uschi Tala, Buckman Coe, Valeen Jules, Ghostly Hounds, Carmanah, Compassion Gorilla, The Tzinquaw Dancer, COZY, Fanfare, Marley Daemon, Elder Sister plum, Betty & The Kid, Emily Millard, jessi junkin, Meg G

The second annual Koksilah Music Festival will be back on Sept 7 – 9 at Tuwe...
Event can be attended in person In-Person Event
Fri. September 7th 2018 Providence Farm (All Ages)
6:00pm  Doors at: 5:00pm $95 weekend pass, see website for full ticket options

Artists

Mob Bounce
Phoenix Pagliacci & Lex Leosis (of The Sorority)
FRASE
from Ymir BC
Available for Shows/Gigs
Snotty Nose Rez Kids
from Vancouver BC
Available for Shows/Gigs
TA'KAIYA BLANEY
Old.Soul.Rebel
Desiree Dawson
The See Monsters
Uschi Tala
Buckman Coe
from BC
Available for Shows/Gigs
Valeen Jules
Ghostly Hounds
Carmanah
Folk-rock-reggae etc. from Victoria BC
Available for Shows/Gigs
Compassion Gorilla
Worldbeat from Victoria BC
Unknown
The Tzinquaw Dancer
COZY
Fanfare
Marley Daemon
from
Unknown
Elder Sister plum
Unknown
Betty & The Kid
Emily Millard
jessi junkin
pop, blues, soul, country, punk from Cowichan Station BC
Available for Shows/Gigs
Meg G

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Koksilah Music Festival

Event Description

The second annual Koksilah Music Festival will be back on Sept 7 – 9 at Tuwe’nu (Providence Farm) in Tl’upalus (Cowichan Bay). The goal of this family-friendly event is to amplify the voices of Indigenous artists and to raise support for grassroots, Indigenous-led cultural resurgence initiatives in BC. The festival also seeks to foster solidarity between Indigenous and settler communities through musical celebration.

Proceeds from the festival will be directed to the Sul’wheen Elders Program which supports the health of Quw’utsun Elders, Unist’ot’en Camp who are opposing frack gas pipelines in their territory, and the Awinakola Warriors and Cleansing Our Waters campaigns to oppose open-net fish farms.

Indigenous hip-hop acts Snotty Nose Rez Kids and Mob Bounce will headline the festival along with Toronto duo Phoenix Pagliacci and Lex Leosis of The Sorority. The line up will feature over 30 bands and artists including Indigenous singer/songwriter Ta’kaiya Blaney, spoken word artist Valeen Jules, and audio-visual/DJ production duo the See Monsters.

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Providence Farm
1843 Tzouhalem Road
Outdoor Venue
Capacity1300
Open / Operational

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Koksilah Music Festival: Mob Bounce, Phoenix Pagliacci & Lex Leosis  (of The Sorority), FRASE, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, TA'KAIYA BLANEY, Old.Soul.Rebel , Desiree Dawson,  The See Monsters, Uschi Tala, Buckman Coe, Valeen Jules, Ghostly Hounds, Carmanah, Compassion Gorilla, The Tzinquaw Dancer, COZY, Fanfare, Marley Daemon, Elder Sister plum, Betty & The Kid, Emily Millard, jessi junkin, Meg G @ Providence Farm Sep 7 2018 - Sep 29th @ Providence Farm

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