Early bird deadline looms for music fest tickets

Second annual Triport Music Festival offers discounted ticket through June 1

North Island music fans have one more day to get their tickets at a special, reduced early bird price for the second annual Triport Music Festival.

The festival will take place on August 4 at Cluxewe Resort from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. It will feature a number of musical guests, headlined by 10 Souljers, Kenny Shaw, and The Roper Show. The campground will also feature beer gardens, craft and food vendors, and a kids playground.

Tickets are available at an early bird special of $20 until June 1. Afterward, tickets are $25, or free for children under 12. You can purchase tickets at Cluxewe Resort, in Port McNeill at Bobannee’s and and the Port McNeill Chamber of Commerce, or in Port Hardy at Cafe Guido and the Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce.

Other groups scheduled to appear include Michigan Curve, Souled Out, Brian Temple (with Kenny Shaw) and the North Island’s Jam Shack Araknids.

For more information, contact Dave Stevenson at 250-230-0776, or check out the festival website at www.triportmusicfest.ca.

 

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