THE WAVERLEY HOTEL'S Halloween party Oct. 31 will be fuelled by Sixgun Buddha.

Howl at Waverley on Halloween with Sixgun Buddha

Sixgun Buddha is back! The Comox Valley original recording artists return to play Halloween at the Waverley Hotel in Cumberland.

Sixgun Buddha is back!

The Comox Valley original recording artists return to play Halloween at their favourite venue, the legendary Waverley Hotel in Cumberland.

Over the years, Cumberland has undergone a renaissance of recreation, music and visual arts and Sixgun Buddha draws straight from the vein of the local culture to produce a sound that is uniquely their own representation of the Island vibe.

With a foundation built on funk, rock and reggae, the Buddha has packed almost every dance floor in the Valley since 2002. After releasing their eponymous CD Sixgun Buddha in 2009, the band took a hiatus to focus on family and employment opportunities.

Multi-instrumentation, including saxophones, a synthesizer, and a driving, positive beat is what’s to be expected for newcomers to the Buddha sound. Old friends and fans will be stoked to see the crew back in action.

Lots of surprises and yes, prizes for best costume!

For more about the band, see https://myspace.com/sixgunbuddha and www.facebook.com/pages/Sixgun-Buddha/166416385510.

Tickets are available at Bop City, the Waverley, by phoning 250-336-8322 and online at cumberlandvillageworks.com.

— Cumberland Village Works

 

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