Find your miracle elixir at the Traveling Roadshow

Victoria’s best roots and blues musicians deliver a special Valentine’s Day treat

  • Feb. 4, 2015 7:00 p.m.

A unique roadshow showcasing Victoria’s best roots and blues musicians along with the slight-of-hand skills of professional magician Eric Bedard promises to be a special Valentine’s Day treat for dancers and magic fans alike.

With Bedard as MC and between-set entertainment, the show starts with the acoustic guitar excellence of duo The Hardly Boys playing lively renditions of Beatles songs and other classics.

Next, acoustic trio Paradise Street showcases upbeat roots revival songs, ably demonstrating their vocal finesse with finely-tuned three part harmonies.

Fearless female foursome CURL follows with their unique brand of blues, belting out favourite songs from such legendary performers as Aretha Franklin and Janis Joplin.

Finally, boogie the rest of the night away to the unparalleled musical magic of Victoria’s favorite local bluesman, Bill Johnson along with his band.

Beer and wine are available for sale. Valentine’s Day treats are provided. Click here for more information.

WHERE:  Norway House, 1110 Hillside Avenue

WHEN:  Saturday, Feb. 14 (Valentine’s Day) 2015

TIME:  Doors 6:30, Show and Dance 7:00 to 11:00

TICKETS:  $20 at Lyle’s Place and Long & McQuade.

 

 

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