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Victoria roots band West My Friend ends tour at First Met Church

Victoria-based indie roots band West My Friend will end its 2014 tour at home with a concert at the First Metropolitan United Church on Aug. 31, which also marks its fifth anniversary and 200th concert.

The tour is in support of its new album When the Ink Dries, released in March.

Mandolinist Alex Rempel is a music bursary student in the church’s choir, while accordionist Jeff Poynter led the folk vesper.

The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are available online at firstmetvictoria.com for $15 or $10 for students and seniors.

 

 

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