Canadian Troubadours at Friday Night Live

Event Details

North Vancouver

Presented by “Friday Night Live”
A Concert with Saskia and Darrel; The Great Plains.
Fabulous Canadian Folk Music with Celtic, Bluegrass, and Gospel Flavors
At Lynn Valley United Church. (3201 Mountain Hwy in North Vancouver)
Friday, March 01 at 8:00 PM
Doors open at 7:30 PM. Tickets $15/Person at the door
or 12
For more info please call 604-987-2114

For those who do not know Saskia and Darrel yet, come on down to meet them,
they are very friendly. They tour throughout Canada and Europe and are
certainly no strangers to the Canadian Folk Music scene at all they are
very happy to be coming to Lynn Valley United Church for a “Friday Night
Live” performance.

Enjoy a heart-warming show filled with music, merriment, and mayhem as
Saskia and Darrel deliver a fun blend of music and stories, an
unpredictable series of songs that change every time you see them. They
delight their audience with tales about Grain Elevator, War brides,
Patchwork quilts, and history makers such as Louis Riel, Gabriel Dumont and
David Thompson. They will share some sweet songs about their own spiritual
journey plus they might break into Swiss yodeling, or sing in Gaelic,
Dutch, German or French.
Great Plains are a veteran touring act; with an easy, crowd-friendly style
that instantly endears them to any audience. This is true Canadiana; real
songs, drenched in our culture and heritage delivered in comfortable highly
skilled sets with oodles of self-poking humor. A taste of celtic, a dab of
bluegrass, a touch of folk all wrapped around extremely beautiful melodies.
They perform throughout all of Canada and Western Europe and have
cultivated an immense following…… winning over their fans one town, one
hall at a time.

An evening filled with friendship and laughter, this is a show not to be
missed!!

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