Pianist Jeffrey Spero

The show must move on

House concert moved to Qualicum Community Baptist Church when ticket sales outgrow home venue

With interest in ticket sales outpacing her capacity to fit everyone in, Joyce Beaton is relocating a scheduled house party on Oct. 26.

Now it will be held in God’s house.

Pianist Jeffrey Spero and fiddler Rodney Miller will perform at Qualicum Community Baptist Church Oct. 26 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the concert, which was originally planned as a house concert at the home of Beaton and her husband John.

“We quickly sold out the space at our home,” Beaton said in an email to supporters.

The venue change means more tickets are now available, at $20 each. Advance tickets are available at Diva’s Cakes and Candy on 2nd Ave. in Qualicum Beach or by contacting Joyce Beaton at 250-752-1162 or beatonqualicum@gmail.com.

Qualicum Community Baptist Church is located at 600 Beach Road in Qualicum Beach.

— Submitted by Joyce Beaton

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