Kyra Warren sings to a sold-out crowd at last year's PyneStock. This year's concert takes place Wednesday

Kyra Warren sings to a sold-out crowd at last year's PyneStock. This year's concert takes place Wednesday

Whazzup at Pynelogs: PyneStock

Pynelogs highly anticipated annual concert showcase is back for its eighth year.

Our highly anticipated annual concert showcase is back for its eighth year — PyneStock returns with some old favourites and new delights inside the historic walls of Pynelogs.

This concert is a tradition that has quickly become a favourite for both locals and visitors due to its intimate setting and diverse lineup of musicians. Those of you who take pleasure in live music, visual art and unique talents are bound to enjoy this distinctive event.

Our generous sponsors at Gerry’s Gelati, Peppi’s Pizza and Pixel Planet Designs help make this event possible each year.

This year’s lineup features familiar faces, unheard talent and a demographic that exudes youth.  This lively bunch was born to play, with music that includes jazz, rock, classical, harmonic and alternative. Due to the success of sold-out venues in previous years, PyneStock is now offering two separate nights — Wednesday, July 18 and Thursday, July 19. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the concert starts at 8 p.m. at the  licensed premises of the Pynelogs Cultural Centre.

Some of the featured performers that have confirmed for this year’s performance are Daze of Grace, Codi Hollick, Bob Benvenuti, Steve O’Shaunessy, Emily Molloy and more…

For more information about this incredible musical showcase, call Pynelogs at 250-342-4423. Tickets are on sale at the Book Bar and Pynelogs for $12. All the proceeds from this concert go directly back to the musicians as an honorarium so the more tickets sold, the more the musicians receive!

 

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