One wristband gets it all

Ticket holders to this weekend's Big Time Out in Cumberland are getting a whole lot more.

Ticket holders to this weekend’s Big Time Out in Cumberland are getting access to an amazing concert on The Big Stage in Village Park and a whole lot more.

After seven years, this fixture on the Comox Valley festival scene has stretched its wings out into the heart of the village, offering eight venues of art, music and dance. One wristband gets you access to it all.

Saturday on The Big Stage starting at high noon: Pamela Tessmann, Morlove, Kim Churchill, Library, Hannah Epperson, Kemal Evans, Luciterra, Des Larson, Bahamas, Elvolutionaries, Humans and Black Mountain.

Sunday on The Big Stage starting at high noon: Brodie Dawson, Kutapira, Flying Fox and the Hunter Gatherers, Jack Roland and Jim Lambert, Quoia, Aurora Jane, Luke Blu Guthrie, Rocky Mountain Rebel Music, Wil and Elvolutionaries.

Pyramid Lounge at the CRI

Experience beat-driven dance music, aerial arts and state-of-the-art visuals with an unbelievable roster of regional and visiting DJs, who kick off at 4 p.m. both days with Funkee Wadd, EM. ASH, DJ All Good, J Prime, Dubtecha and Longwalkshortdock, Dancing Freedom, Miss Christina, Sista Sully, Lade K, DJ All Good and The Funk Hunters.

Cumberland, Waverley & King George hotels

An eclectic lineup for all tastes and sensibilities! Soul, reggae, rock, bluegrass, burlesque, folks, pole dancing and many more surprises.

The Sanctuary Tipi

All-ages yoga, workshops, and Mysteries of the Goddess — women’s sacred dance, fusion belly dance and Romany gypsy dance.

Corre Alice Gallery

Exciting BTO themed exhibit, limited addition Rock Poster Art Show prints and other eye tantalizing treats.

King George meeting room

Mind of the Snail Shadow Puppet Theatre and Surfing with the Devil video in support of Grant Shilling’s new novel.

In the Streets

Art installations, experimental music, hula hoops, stilters, twirlers and circus arts.

To find out about camping, complete performer schedules at all eight venues, accommodations, venue locations, yoga and dance workshops, artists bios and video links and other important information, go to www.thebigtimeout.com.

— The Big Time Out

 

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