Come out and play with 5Play

5Play will welcome in 2012 with a New Year's show at Joe's Garage.

5Play will welcome in 2012 with a New Year’s show at Joe’s Garage.

After almost three years together, 5Play has developed a reputation as a fun-loving band with a genre-hopping repertoire. They deliver a mix of contemporary folk, blues, old jazz standards, blues, classic rock  and a liberal sprinkling of original tunes.

Backed with keyboards, guitar, electric and standup bass, mandolin, harmonica and percussion, they share lead vocals and harmonies throughout their performances.

In the comfort and intimate atmosphere of Joe’s Garage, owner Milo is offering a four-course meal with salad, soup, entrees (vegetarian available) and desert. Followed by bubbly at midnight.

5Play will serve a tasteful variety of music for the guest’s as well as some rockin’ tunes to burn off the calories later in the evening.

Dinner will start at 7 p.m. with the show set to commence at 9. The evening’s menu can be viewed online at www.joeson5th.ca.

For more information about the band, visit

www.5Play.ca.

Tickets are $35 are available at Bop City Records at 211 Simms St. in Courtenay. Phone 250-338-6621.

Joe’s Garage is on Fifth Street in downtown Courtenay. Phone 250-702-MILO (6456).

— Joe’s Garage

 

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