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Red Herring.. Stephen Nikleva’s.. Bocephus King… In support of Syrian refugees

Nov 28, 2015 @ 8:00 pm

* Red Herring * * Stephen Nikleva’s group * * Bocephus King *

~ In support of Syrian refugees ~

* Red Herring *
If they were a book, it might have been written by Kurt Vonnegut, who always had us thinking and laughing at the same time. Now add dancing, and that’s Red Herring in a nutshell.

* Stephen Nikleva Group *
“weirdo space-age surf lounge for the terminally hip and playful”
After years of working with iconic artists like Ferron, Sarah McLachlan, Ray Condo, Stephen steps out of the sideman shadows to lead a group with Noah Walker, Patrick Metzger and Paul Townsend!

* Bocephus King *
Known for his worldly folk sound, Bocephus King (James Perry), has played music for crowds around the globe as well as collaborated with master musicians from all over the world, and quite fittingly. Bocephus King carries a sound from places near and far, familiar and foreign, rooted in folk tradition and infused with his contemporary, unique approach. He is a storyteller through and through and his ability to connect with his listeners transcends cultures.

8:15pm: Enrico Renz
8:45pm: ~ Refugees Matter ~
9pm: Red Herring
10pm: Stephen Nikleva’s band
11pm: Bocephus King
12am: Improvised set with special guests

What to bring:
Your water bottle / travel mug
Finger food from around the world to share
Chai… Kombucha… Chocolates ?

$25 @ the door
$20 after 10pm
$15 after 11pm

* $5 off – Bring your own mug/ reusable water bottle to help reduce the impact on the environment and save $5 on admission!

* 25% of the proceeds will go to support ~ Refugees Matter ~
75% goes to support the musicians 🙂

The Cause:
~ Refugees Matter ~
Help Addie and her friends bring a Syrian refugee family to Canada.
To donate online, please visit https://www.canadahelps.org/dn/4814 and select “Syrian Refugee Sponsorship Campaign.” We have partnered with the Canadian Memorial United Church. 100% goes to refugee families.

~ This is a child friendly event ~


Nov 28, 2015
8:00 pm
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Tzvi Tal


Tzvi’s Place, 1823 E. 2nd, Vancouver, BC