Qualicum Acoustic Cafe on this Friday

Local singer-songwriter Bev Finch will be entertaining the audience

The second Qualicum Acoustic Cafe is set for this Friday with local singer-songwriter Bev Finch.

Finch will entertain audiences with blues, folk and roots songs and stories.

She has performed locally at venues such as Pacific Brimm, the McMillan Arts Centre, and Errington War Memorial Hall.

In 2014, she released Blue Silk which featured original songs and was recorded at Summit Sound Recording Studio in Qualicum Bay.

Doors open at 7 p.m. with the open stage starting at 7:30 p.m. The feature act, Finch, will finish around 10 p.m.

Tickets are $7 and can be purchased at Diva’s Kandy and Kakes in Qualicum Beach.

Open stage performers can get tickets for $5 and youths get in for free.

For open stage, people can email John Beaton at jabeaton@gmail.com. People are asked to email Beaton in advance of the Nov. 4 show.

Qualicum Acoustic Cafe is a monthly concert series on the first Friday of each month. The next two performances are Celtic Chaos on Dec. 2 and Oliver Swain in January.

— Submitted by QUAC

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