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Thu. Aug 15 | ALL AGES
Tessa Violet
SHOW
8:00 pm
DOORS
7:00 pm
$15 | Advance
$15 | Day of show

Tessa (9:00pm)
Daysormay (8:30pm)

ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR FOR CASH OR CREDIT PURCHASE.

BAR OPENS FOR FOOD & DRINK AT 6PM. HAPPY HOUR UNTIL 8PM.

Last year Violet released “Crush” – the first single from her forthcoming album Bad Ideas. In the time since her last three singles have exploded, Tessa has gone from an acoustic-leaning solo artist, to an inspirational female fronting a shredding live band (anchored by baddass drummer Jess Bowen). Although her recordings are competitive modern productions which perform well on playlists, her live show has a raw organic energy that is intoxicating. She sold out her first ever headline shows (The Troubadour in LA; and Mercury Lounge in NYC; two show at Camden Assembly Hall in London) and finally achieved her goal of bonafide rock queen when she was offered her first festival slot at Lollapalooza (incidentally selected by Billboard as one of the 10 new festival acts to look out for in 2019). In addition she was tapped for main support for AJR’s west coast leg on their Neotheater tour this September, and COIN’s US tour earlier this year in February. The sole songwriter on all but one of her releases, Tessa Violet is one to look out for.

Daysormay

daysormay is an alternative band from Vernon, British Columbia, who continues to shake heads with their epic sounds and impressive songwriting chops. Unsatisfied to churn out simple three minute rock standards, they continue to challenge their craft by hiking to new songwriting heights and attacking each new live show with the relentless energy of a band on the verge.

A condensed cycle of mini-epics that offers a new way of hearing pop sounds, “Lee” is a spellbinding and charismatic record. Offering dreamy moods and hard-hitting arrangements. The songs evoke haunting images that linger on after the record is finished. – Vernon Morningstar

Our new favourite band! – CBC RadioWest

If you had seen daysormay perform when they started back in grade six you knew that it wasn’t just for fun. The young Alternative 5-piece band surprised many music fans and critics this year with the release of their 2015 album LEE with their creative walls of sound, moody harmonies and the breakthrough track “Year.”

Lead singer Aidan Andrews formed the band with the twin brother rhythm section consisting of Nolan and Carson Bassett back in 2010. All of them multi-instrumentalists, serious athletes with honour roll smarts that have made them the toast of the town.