Anela Kahiamoe

Dinner and dance series continues in Comox

Following the dinner and dance last month, the Sannd Trap Bar ‘n Grill is thrilled to present Anela Kahiamoe and Friends for another great evening of fine cuisine and dancing during the evening of Saturday, June 17.

Kahiamoe is one of Vancouver Island’s finest entertainers and musicians. Joining Anela will be four-time CCMA nominated Evan Ehgoetz on pedal steel, Grahame Edwards on bass and Rob Peterson on drums, making for an awesome combination that can really groove.

Songs to get you up dancing will be the musical theme of the evening.

Dinner service begins at 6 p.m. with a full menu selection and dinner special. Reservations are recommended; call 250-339-7272.

Music is set for 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 ($18 advance), available at the Sannd Trap Bar ‘n Grill.

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