Fan Tan Booze Can Revue

Vancouver indie post-pop band, Beekeeper is making its Victoria debut alongside Victoria's MD Wren and the Sick Kids.

  • Apr. 28, 2011 8:00 p.m.

Vancouver Indie Rock band Beekeeper is making their Victoria debut alongside MD Wren and the Sick Kids at the Fan Tan Booze Can Revue at Studio 16 1/2, Saturday, April 30 at 9 p.m.

Vancouver indie post-pop band Beekeeper is making their Victoria Debut, Saturday at the Fan Tan Booze Can Revue alongside Victoria’s own MD Wren and the Sick Kids.

“MD Wren and the Sick Kids is a band I used to play in. They’re really good friends of mine, and I wanted to include them in the excitement of the project,” says Terri Upton, bass Bee.

Having released its first album, Be Kept, in October, Beekeeper is fresh off tours in Alberta and Ontario. The group wanted to give Victorians a taste of Ontario.

“This show is Ontario cheap,” Upton says. “I can’t remember the last time I saw a show on the West Coast for $5.”

The show will have a house party vibe and a cash bar. M

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