May 9: Jukebox Dance Party

Travel back in time to a diner in the 50s.. with four awesome bands to get us up on our feet and a large dance floor to accomodate. Get your shoes tapping and show off your moves, cause we’re gonna be doing some twisting tonight, grab a partner, grab your friends and rock the house! Dress with anything you’d wear in the 50s, but make sure you’re willing to get jiggy with it. (big puffy dresses/skirts, saddle shoes, bowties, bright/pastel colours, suspenders and sneakers too)

Magic Spells
The Magik Spells operate out of Vancouver, B.C. and consist of bass, drums, guitar, auxiliary percussion and a hint of synth, run through a multicolored, multitude of pedals, effects and triggers. It’s a groove monster with a spicy flavour that’s fluid, funkified, hypnotic and hard hitting. Pleasing to all six senses, The experience will shoot you deep into space and bounce you back to a tribal dance party!
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Michael Woods Band
Hailing from Victoria, BC, Michael Wood is getting rave reviews from across the country for well-crafted music and an engaging performance. Dynamic guitar and driving rhythms power this refined alternative rock offering, providing a showcase for Michael’s fresh vocals and perceptive lyrics. The live show is popular with music fans of all ages, with animated guitar leads, melodic rhythms, and a seriously infectious groove.
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Ministry of Misfits
Ministry of Misfits is a band of two brothers, Alex and Antony Lavrov, two sister, Kristen and Jenny Kalicharan, and Coltin Porter. The band is one of Surrey’s busiest bands and have played at major festivals and events over the past 2 years. Recently they were chosen as the top teen band in British Columbia to play the Amped Exhibition at Science World. Their level of talent for their age will leave you astonished.

Tommy Alto
Tommy Alto is a Math-Pop band from Vancouver that creates honest, innovative and forward-thinking music. They strive to keep their songs as enigmatic as they are catchy, combining bold vocal melodies with angular guitar riffs, held together by a liberatingly adventurous rhythm section. “Vampire Weekend meets This Town Needs Guns at a Minus the Bear concert” might come close to summing it up.
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