A Wapiti bonus

Wapiti pass holders are in for a bonus night of music!

Inlet Sound.

Wapiti pass holders are in for a bonus night of music!

The folk indie band from Toronto, Inlet Sound, are arriving a day early, and have agreed to put on a special show at Clawhammer Press Thursday night.

The intimate venue only has space for 60 people though, so those hoping to catch them early should arrive by 6 p.m. to get in line. The show starts at 8 p.m. and anybody with a Wapiti ticket can get in for free. Those who come will also be able to get their festival wristband and avoid lining up the next day. Inlet Sound will also be playing at Wapiti Music Festival on Friday at 7 p.m.

Clawhammer Press is home to Fernie’s only Letterpress Printer, but their lovely space has also hosted many musical acts over the past year: Red Moon Road, Pharis and Jason Romero, the Death Ballad Love Tellers, Jenny Lester and many others.

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