Saturday Summer Sessions presents Barney Bentall and the High Bar Gang at the Shipbuilders’ Square

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Shipbuilders' Square

A free summer concert series at Shipbuilders’ Square at the foot of Lonsdale. Taking place on Saturdays from July 5 – August 30, the series features free evening concerts with a diverse mix of performers and musicians.

Early afternoons will feature a variety of fun family activities including free interactive art for kids, face painters, and “Painters at the Pier”.

Each Saturday will host a variety of food trucks, local artisan vendors and a beer garden for those 19 and over. Bring the family, bring a chair and come to have fun.

 

Barney Bentall and the High Bar Gang

The High Bar Gang was formed in the spring of 2010 when band member Colin Nairne wanted to play his favourite bluegrass songs and called on his friends Barney Bentall, Shari Ulrich, Angela Harris, Wendy Bird, Rob Becker and Eric Reed to join in. At first delivery, they knew they were a part of something very special. They named their collective and presented their double sell out debut concerts in September 2010.

Since then, The High Bar Gang has sold out 80% of their shows, hosted the 2011 BCCMA Hall of Fame Show, opened for Blue Rodeo at the Malkin Bowl in Vancouver, BC, garnered 3 provincial award nominations in 2012, released their debut record LOST & UNDONE worldwide on True North Records in 2013 with glowing reviews and charted Top 30 on the CKUA radio charts, as well as #3 on the Top 10 national !earshot charts in the Folk/Roots/Blues format.

Each member of the The High Bar Gang brings substance and depth to the group, delivering a unique interpretation of some of the greatest classic and contemporary gospel, bluegrass, traditional country and Appalachian folk songs – timeless music for modern times.

Please call us at 604-985-7761 for more information about this event.

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