Comox Valley Exhibition hosting RCMP Musical Ride

Comox Valley Exhibition Association (CVEX) is bringing the RCMP Musical Ride to the Valley this summer.

With three performances during the weekend of the Exhibition there is a time suitable for everyone.

The RCMP Musical ride will not be back in BC before 2022 so don’t miss your chance to see them. The cost for this event is only $15 and also includes admission to the Exhibition for the entire day.

Performances will be at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 24, and Saturday, Aug. 25, with the final performance at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday Aug. 26. As a complement to this event Joan Larson’s RCMP Musical Ride Art Exhibit will be on display all weekend. Be sure to come early and spend the day enjoying all the Comox Valley Exhibition has to offer. Tickets can be purchased online at www.cvex.tickit.ca , through the CVEX office at Duncan Ave. during office hours or at the gates during the Exhibition. Find out more of what is available for family fun at the Comox Valley Exhibition by visiting www.cvex.ca.

 

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