Tall trees music festival in Port Renfrew

Second annual festival

The second Tall Tree Music Festival is happening.Two days and nights of music starts on Friday, June 25 and goes until Sunday, June 27.

Proceeds from the festival go towards The Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA), a new British Columbia organization working to protect the endangered old-growth forests of B.C., in particular Avatar Grove and the Port Renfrew area.

The festival grounds on Brown Mountain will feature local food, art exhibitions, and entertainment from Port Renfrew and the Southern Vancouver Island region.

Event tickets are available at SITKA. Tickets are limited.

Featuring band performances by Aidan Knight, Current Swell, Johnny Galactic, Jets Overhead, Vince Vaccaro and scores of other bands from across the Island; as well as DJs such as GI Blunt, Donkey Dong, Neon Steve and others.

What they do not want at the festival is pets, fighting or negative energy. For more information go to: talltreemusicfestival.com.

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