Date: Sunday, July 8th at 7:30pm 2018 Location: Memorial Hall Tickets:
Adult $28.00 ($25 till June 22rd)
Student/Senior $25.00 (23 till June 22rd)
A two time Juno Award winner, and member the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame, Shari was first known for her multi-instrumentalist skills with the Pied Pumkin and on as the voice of the Hometown Band. Her career as a singer songwriter brings her to her latest release “Everywhere I Go” (Borealis Records) – engineered and produced by her daughter Julia Graff, also a multi-instrumentalist, with whom she will be performing. It is Shari’s 8th solo album, and the 21st including her work with Ulrich Henderson Forbes, BTU with Barney Bentall & Tom Taylor, and The High Bar Gang. Shari is a festival favourite, and a natural returnee for our 40th anniversary.