Tom Landa from Locarno (and The Paperboys) performed on the beach last weekend during the Harrison Festival of the Arts. Music on the beach

Harrison Festival winding up

Three days of music left at beach

Ti-Coca and Wanga Neges will kick off this weekend’s list of performers tonight at the Harrison Memorial Hall.

A full line-up will keep music lovers busy at the Harrison Festival of the Arts until Sunday’s final concert — Grammy-award winning harmonica player, James Cotton. Saturday night’s show will be HAPA, a band that brings the sounds of Maui to the stage.

Other highlights include beach performers, including Ann Vriend, Leela Gilday, New Country Rehab, Fit Garcia, Andrea Koziol, Navaz, the Aboriginal Collaboration, Redgy Blackout and Kytami.

The art market begins today at 11 a.m. and runs until 5 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The Beating Heart: Spirit of the Sts’ailes is a special First Nation art show that runs all month at the Ranger Station.

The festival began last Friday, and is the 33rd annual event, bringing music to Harrison from all corners of the globe.

Remember to purchase your $2 Festival button to help keep the festival alive.

For full information and ticket prices, visit www.harrisonfestival.com or phone the festival office at 604-796-3664.

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