Pizza and a show in Jordan River this weekend

Sooke musician Steve Palen will be performing an "All Originals" show at Far Out Pizza this weekend.

Steve Palen

Looking to feast on a big slice of pizza while watching a live musical performance? Well, you’re in luck; the folks at Far Out Pizza in Jordan River are at it again by hosting yet another by the name of Steve Palen.

Palen has been playing music professionally since moving to Vancouver Island in the early 80’s, and has fronted many bands including Chevy Ray & The Fins, the Soul Sharks, Tanglewood and in the last three years with The Herbicidal Maniacs.

He draws his inspiration from every day life, the good and the not so good,  mixing in country, blues, folk, rock and jazz.

The show is this Saturday, Oct. 3 at 8 p.m. Seating is limited, so be sure to purchase tickets in advance, $10.00 each.

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