Rap tour opening in Parksville

The Getting to Know the Neighbours tour is part of the multi-date tour and official CD release for the Hurt Crew

Join the Hurt Crew on their tour which kicks off in Parksville this Thursday.

The Getting to Know the Neighbours tour is part of the multi-date tour and official CD release for the Hurt Crew which is based out of Parksville.

The Oct. 20 show is at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre (132 E. Jensen Ave.) and will run from 6-11 p.m. It’s an all-ages show.

Tickets are $20 through www.ticketsnap.ca or at the door.

The Hurt Crew, a rap group, was formed by multiple like-minded artists throughout B.C. First starting in Tumbler Ridge by Noah Deighton in 2012, when Deighton was first given the group’s name.

“It could have a different meaning for every member in the group, but in the end it all comes back to an individual simply doing what he wants and exploring his own beliefs,” Deighton said.

The group originally consisted of Deighton, Austin Jaworski and Dylan Bolger, but it has since grown to include rappers Shane Smith and Lane Koop, guitarist Lucas Bosma and professional biker Nathan Hines.

For more information on the Hurt Crew and the show, visit www.facebook.com/hurtcrew.

— Submitted by the Hurt Crew

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