UPCOMING DATES

Max Cameron Theatre, Powell River, BC
Saturday, October 17, 2020

More info to come

PAST PERFORMANCES

Port Hardy Civic Centre, Port Hardy BC
Saturday, November 30, 2019
  

Featuring the North Island Kids Choir

 

North Vancouver Island School Tour (8 shows)
November 26-29, 2019

Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Sointula, Alert Bay, Port Alice & Fort Rupert

Prince Charles Theatre, Creston BC

Friday, November 4, 2019 

Featuring the Mormon Hills Choir

Live concert video links

Waiting For Orca https://youtu.be/s0lqaYAotS4

Bring Lolita Home  https://youtu.be/DxmV7nEhBik

Where The Coho Flash Silver https://youtu.be/96tN8z0hs7E

Westachres, Maple Ridge, BC
Sunday, August 18, 2019

Featuring address by Eddie Gardener (Wild Salmon Defenders)

Presented by Maple Ridge Music Society & the Bergthorson Academy of the Arts.

Folk & Fiddle Festival, Sidney, BC

Sunday, June 1, 2019

Blue Frog Studios, White Rock, BC
Saturday, March 30, 2019

Featuring address by Eddie Gardener (Wild Salmon Defenders)

Evergreen Cultural Centre, Coquitlam, BC
Friday, June 8, 2018

Featuring the British Columbia Boy's Choir


Masters of Ceremony:

Ethel Gardner (Skwah First Nation)
Ed “Sxexet Xweylem” Hall (Kwitkwetlem First Nation)

Dan Coulter (Wild Salmon Defenders Alliance/ Council of Canadians)

Neil Laffra (Wild Salmon Defender Alliance)

Erin Coulter (Council of Canadian/Wild Salmon Defenders Alliance)

 

Featuring brief keynote address by:
Eddie Gardener 
(Wild Salmon Defenders)

 

Performance Art:
Jay Peachy
(Wil D. Salmon)

News article by Janis Cleugh at the TriCity News: www.tricitynews.com

Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham, WA

Saturday, June 7th, 2018

Featuring the British Columbia Boy's Choir


Masters of Ceremony:
Cathy Ballew 
Freddie Lane
Chief Phil Lane Jr
Doug James
Jewell James
Shirley Williams

 

Featuring brief keynote addresses by:

Jim Waddell (DamSense.Org)  
Jewell James (Lummi Nation)
Howard Garrett (Orca Network)
Douglas Tolchin (Salish Sea Foundation)

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