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Jon Bartlett Princeton Traditional Music Festival 2019 (7) Princeton Traditional Music Festival 201 25 Jun 19

Date: August 16-18
Title: 12th Annual Princeton Traditional Music Festival
Location: Princeton, BC Canada. Princeton is about 300 km (200 miles) E of Vancouver (about a three-hour drive through spectacular landscape).

A free festival, and entirely volunteer-run, open to all performers of traditional music. Two outdoor, one indoor stages. The festival starts Friday night with a free public dance in the town square. Presentations, workshops, concerts, panels, from 10am to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday. About 150 performers. Glorious countryside (semi-desert, mountains), an ideal vacation spot, too.

Booked: Amalgamated Doukhobor Choir, Graham Baldwin, Jon Bartlett & Rika Ruebsaat, Robert Bertrand, Bob Bossin, British Columbia Regiment Band, Marian Buechert, Michael Burnyeat,Bushy Park, Chanteclair, Linda Chobotuck, Barry Cole, Eric Coyle, Barbara & David Denz, The Digitary Do’s, Figassa, Fraser Union, Steve Gidora with Michael Burnyeat, John Gothard,Rosaleen Gregory with David Gregory, Tim Hall, Stewart Hendrickson, Jaeger & Reid, Tim Jenkins, The Jook Joint Jokers, Jugbandits, Kessler and Perasso, King’s Shilling, Liberty,Madeleine & Jim, The Madeiras, The Merry McKentys, Mike And Nakos, Nev Miller, My American Boyfriend, North By West, OneFourFive, Harry O’Neill, Oxygen Oktoberfest Orkestar, Felix Possak, Pushkin, The Rattlebone Band, The Relative Miners, Rideau Rounders, Ian Robb, Chris Roe, Harley Rothstein, Sarah Jane Scouten, Helen Shilladay, Shoemaker's Goat, Patrick Spearing, The Tailor, Vancouver Morris Men, Without A Net.



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