TRIBUTE FESTIVAL: Visitors to the Coombs Emporium got a blast from the past May 23 when a parade of performers from the Vancouver Island Tribute Festival rolled in. Gord Rebel as Roy Orbison and Paul Romhany as Charlie Chaplan were among the stars that mingled among the statues. The annual festival

Tribute Festival bring stars to Parksville

There were sightings of Elvis, Charlie Chaplin, Roy Orbison and others around Parksville Qualicum Beach last weekend

  • May. 26, 2015 11:00 a.m.

TRIBUTE FESTIVAL: Visitors to the Coombs Emporium got a blast from the past May 23 when a parade of performers from the Vancouver Island Tribute Festival rolled in. Gord Rebel as Roy Orbison and Paul Romhany as Charlie Chaplan were among the stars that mingled among the statues. The annual festival, a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society, was held at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre May 22-24, featuring artists performing the music of icons including Elvis, Rod Stewart and The Beatles.

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