Fri. September 29th 2017 @ Lucky Bar Victoria BC (No Minors)
10pm - 2am doors at 9pm
It's been almost a decade since the Voodoo Glow Skulls from Riverside, California came to British Columbia with their brand of high-energy punk and ska. The last time they came was back in 2010 when they opened for The Mighty Mighty Bosstones for Victoria's 10th Anniversary Ska Festival at the Victoria Curling Club.
The band has been active and touring since then and are now on an upswing and excited to return to Vancouver Island.
They'll be joined by Victoria's favourite ska sweethearts Sweetleaf (or sometimes we call them Sweetloave) + Montreal's KMAN & the 45s.
Tickets are going to go quickly for this one so make sure you get them when they go on sale on Monday, July 10th on ticketweb.ca. They'll be available at Lyle's Place, Vinyl Envy & Jupiter shortly afterwards.
Voodoo Glow Skulls (Punk/Ska/Hardcore)
VOODOO GLOW SKULLS have repeatedly labeled their unique fusion of punk, metal, ska and Latino swing as “California street music.” So this time around, they decided to make it official.
2007's Southern California Street Music, is their first release since 2004 and the latest installment in their epic career. VOODOO GLOW SKULLS have been prais... more info
Formed in Victoria in 2011, SweetLeaf is Victoria’s hardest-working and hardest-partying ska band. The members of SweetLeaf are seasoned Ska & Reggae Fest veterans, this year marking their third consecutive appearance. The group began after singer-guitarist Chris Jones answered an online ad, with the band then forming in just a few months. Their ... more info
Kman and the 45s
K-Man & The 45s, where Ska meets Rock and Roll. This Canadian 5 piece band from downtown Montreal is as heavily influenced by old school ska as it is with classic rock n roll. With a fantastic horn section playing catchy melodic lines and blazing solos over an energetic rhythm section, they switch naturally from ska to rock and punk, with surf soun... more info