Tickets are flying out the door for Laketown Rock as the lineup of entertainers gets longer and anticipation mounts. (Lexi Bainas/Gazette)

Laketown Rock announces third wave of bands

Presented by the producers of Sunfest this festival, held May 19-21, will be at at Laketown Ranch

Excitement is building as Laketown Rock festival has announced a third wave of artists.

Joining the Sam Roberts Band, Loverboy, Glass Tiger, Trooper, and more are: Stinging Belle, High Noon to Midnight, Deep Sea Gypsies, The Bad, Sweet Action, Wise Youngblood, The Lance Lapointe Band, Broken Strings and The Hip Replacements.

Presented by the producers of Sunfest – the largest country music festival in B.C. – this festival, held May 19-21, will be at 172-acre Laketown Ranch at Meade Creek on the Youbou Road.

With camping, food, artisan vendors, and activities for the whole family, Laketown Rock will offer more than just a festival – it’s a great way to kick off the vacation season at Cowichan Lake.

Tickets start at only $129 for the weekend and are on sale now at Canadian Tire in Duncan, Lyle’s Place in Victoria and online at ​www.laketownrock.com​.

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