Edel's Facebook Mike Edel is the latest artist scheduled to perform at Realm Food Co. in Parksville.

Live music at Realm Food Co.

Mike Edel will be performing at the Parksville restaurant this Sunday

Mike Edel will be the latest artist to grace the stage at Realm Food Co.

Edel will be at the restaurant this Sunday, April 17.

Originally from rural Alberta, Edel has since relocated to Victoria.

Edel will be playing two sets at Realm Food Co. Some of the music Edel will be playing is from his latest album India, Seattle which was a year ago today.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert starts at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $20 and need to be purchased in advance.

— Submitted by Realm Food Co.

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