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Mischief happening at the Waverley

MCM will be at the Waverley Aug. 9 - Submitted
MCM will be at the Waverley Aug. 9
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Record Staff

 

Denman Island’s MCM (Multi-Coloured Mischief) will be giving fans a sneak preview of what they can expect at Atmosphere Gathering, when they take to the stage at the Waverley Hotel on Saturday, Aug. 9.

MCM has shared stages with the likes of The Cat Empire, Daniel Wesley, The Wilderness Crew, Aaron Nazrul and the Boom Booms among many others.

On the road to Atmosphere Gathering, MCM will be showcasing their latest original repertoire. The Waverley dance floor is always busy when MCM plays the Waverley, so don’t miss out.

Then, the following week, see them again at the inaugural Atmosphere Gathering, when Cumberland’s Village Park transforms into ‘Festival Central’, as more than 50 bands and DJs converge for what is being dubbed as “the Comox Valley’s most innovative new summer outdoor event.”

Tickets for MCM’s Waverley show are $12 and available at Bop City, the Waverley Hotel or by phone 250- 336-8322. Order online at www.cumberlandvillageworks.com. Doors at 9:30 p.m.

Tickets for Atmosphere Gathering are $140 for the weekend or $70 and $80 for day passes.

They are available at Bop City, the Waverley Hotel or online at www.cumberlandvillageworks.com.

Camping passes and meal packages for Atmosphere Gathering are also available at the same website.

 

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