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Smithers Midsummer Music Festival unveils 2015 lineup

Organizers of the Smithers Midsummer Music Festival have announced the headlining acts for the 2015 festival.

Organizers of the Smithers Midsummer Music Festival have announced the headlining acts for the 2015 festival.

Toronto act Pick a Piper, a project by Caribou drummer Brad Weber, and Vancouver-based roots musician Buckman Coe are on the list of artists unveiled today.

Adrian Glynn of Vancouver folk band The Fugitives will also perform at the festival, along with all-female rock band Miss Quincy and the Showdown, and Random Dander from Mission, B.C.

Well-known northern B.C. slide guitarist Rachelle Van Zanten also makes the list, as does Phonotactic, Bobs and Lolo, Old Cabin, and Napoleon Skywalker.

This year’s festival will be held from July 3-5.

For more information visit www.smithersmusicfest.com or find them on Facebook.

 

 

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