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Tsawwassen Sun Festival & Mystic Quest CD

Hello Music Lovers!
 The Tsawwassen Sun Festival is coming soon! Kuimba, myself and Lark plus a drummer and guitarist, will be performing for the festival on Saturday, July 30th, noon-1pm at Earthwise Gardens, Boundary Bay Rd and Third Ave, Tsawwassen. With our 'classic' African sound on many tunes being performed, and drummer Jocelyn Demers and guitarist Jamie Perry joining us, it is going to be a great set!
Cheers,
Kris & Lark
Mystic Quest Cover

PS - Kuimba now has the Mystic Quest album on CD, so we'll have it at the Sun Festival. You can also purchase it from CD Baby or from our website

 

PPS - Also performing at the festival is The Jazzers on Friday, July 29th, 9-11:30pm at Illuminate Restaurant, 1077 56th St., #125, Tsawwassen. Some great jazz from local musicians Pat Gurr, Marty Hatlelid, David Barton and Kris Bowerman

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