tofino concerts march 2010

Tofino Concerts in March 2010

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the letter 'T'The following concerts in Tofino are happening in the month of March 2010. Tickets are available at Tofitian and Long Beach Surfshop in Tofino.

Visit our Tofino concerts page for concert listings for the current month. Also check our Tofino events for listings of all local events and the Tofino festival page for our festival event calendar and for events during the the West Coast Winter Music Series.

tofino concert - west coast winter music series

november 7, 2009 - april 10, 2010november 7, 2009 - april 10, 2010West Coast Winter Music Series

Nov. 7, 2009 to Apr. 10, 2010
Clayoquot Sound Theatre
Call 250.725.3373 for more information

Now in its 10th year, the West Coast Winter Music Series is planned and programmed by a dedicated group of volunteers who just happen to love music of all kinds, but classical music in particular. They are a non-profit group whose revenues are put back into paying the artists and providing travel and accomodation fees for them to perform in Tofino. For more information on tickets and or subscriptions contact Judi at 250.725.3373.

tofino concert - current swell

march 10, 2010Current Swell

Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Tofino Community Hall
Tickets: $45, Doors 9:00pm

Vancouver Island based band Current Swell has a unique style of music that is deeply rooted in folk and blues, reggae inspired, and rock driven. The musical recipe is equal parts prairie and coastal, blending a couple of acoustic guitars, a lap slide, harmonica, drums, bass, and 4 vocal mics. This formula amounts to a tightly polished act and is pushing the boundary of what people know as new music.

tofino concert - david gogo

march 11, 2010David Gogo

Thursday, March 11, 2010
Black Rock Resort, Ucluelet
Tickets $45, Doors 7:00pm

West Coast Winter Music Series event

David Gogo's music is the kind of blues that makes your hips swing and your beer taste that much better. David received a ukulele at age 4 and his first guitar at age 5. Encouraged by his parents throughout his childhood, the guitar began to captivate him. By the age of 16 Gogo was working steadily as a professional musician. His interest in the blues could be considered unusual for a teenager in the early 1980's. Nonetheless, David was drawn to the emotional power and raw depth of such performers as Howling Wolf and Son House. David had the chance to meet the Texas guitar icon Stevie Ray Vaughan, who encouraged Gogo to pursue and commit to become a serious blues artist. Shortly thereafter he formed a band called The Persuaders. The self-titled album was released to critical acclaim and garnered David a Juno nomination for Best New Artist.

tofino concert - kerplunks

march 11, 2010The Kerplunks

Ukee Mar.11/Tofino Mar.12, 2010
Ukee Seaplane Base Hall: 3pm
Tofino Community Hall: 3pm

The Kerplunks play catchy tunes guaranteed to get kids engaged, singing along and joining in on the actions. Dinah plays the upright bass, banjo, and really belts it out! She also plays the kazoo like a madwoman! Tina plays the trumpet, trombone, clarinet, baritone and also sings. Phil plays the drums, keeping everyone in time and really likes to "Go Bananas". Aaron plays the acoustic guitar, sings harmonies and makes great faces.The Kerplunks have been busy playing some of Western Canada's finest music festivals and touring BC schools.

tofino concert - swarm

march 12, 2010SWARM

Friday, March 12, 2010
Ucluelet Seaplane Base Rec Hall
Doors 7pm

SWARM, the extreme percussion orchestra, presents theatrical shows of invented instruments, original music, comedic vignettes and intense physical choreography. The performers play and spin the wheeled sculptures about the stage, while leaping and dancing around them. This is a high-energy acoustic show featuring many elements of the school show plus more of the action drumming choreography for which swarm is famous. The wheeled instruments allow the stage to be set up and torn down in five minutes. The performers create a high-octane show.

tofino concert - phil dwyer and ken lister

march 13, 2010Phil Dwyer & Ken Lister

Saturday, March 13, 2010
Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre
250.725.3373 * Doors 7:00pm
West Coast Winter Music Series event

A special evening with two jazz masters. Over his 20+ year career Phil Dwyer has come to be regarded as one of Canada's leading musicians, both as a performer and writer. Ken Lister has been playing jazz bass professionally since 1984. He is currently based on Vancouver Island. He teaches privately and at Vancouver Island University. Ken has toured extensively in Canada and internationally; including the British Isles, Cuba, South America, and Australia.

tofino concert - luzna orchestra

march 19, 2010Luzna Orchestra

Friday, March 19, 2010
Clayoquot-Orca Lodge
Tickets $20, Doors 9:00pm

Fusing musical styles from Puerto Rico, Mexico, Peru, Cuba and Columbia, the Luzna Orchestra's sound is exciting and unbelievably danceable whether you're familiar with Latin dance styles or just out to have a good time and experience something lively and different. To spice it up: enjoy a dance lesson with Rosa Frias & Luzna Orchestra.

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