WeeFest tonight- a multi-genre extravaganza!

If you love music, the unexpected, and concerts at The Arts Station then you don’t want to miss the 2013 WeeFest!

WeeFest is tonight. It's a mini festival produced by Troy Cook at the Fernie Arts Station.

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The fifth annual WeeFest  on November 30 will feature the fantastic talents of Redgirl, Bubba Dos and Thar be Dragons! Expect to see many of the great acts that Fernie has to offer from poets to performers and troubadours to trombonists.  If you love music, the unexpected, and concerts at The Arts Station then you don’t want to miss the 2013 WeeFest!

WeeFest is a mini festival and annual Arts Station fundraiser. It is a multi-genre single night extravaganza featuring primarily local talent. Produced by local artist Troy Cook, this is a concert that is sure to be full of surprises. The possibility of confetti cannons and costumes always exists and this concert will not disappoint!

Come prepared to participate in an unforgettable evening.

Have a question or want to know more about this event or any others happening at The Arts Station?  Give us a call at 250-423-4842 or send an email to info@theartsstation.com.

 

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