Les Mann’s Moonfest returns to Providence Farm Sept. 26

Why not head out to the farm to see the best rock 'n' roll the Valley has to offer?

Les Mann’s Moonfest 2015 will be held at Providence Farm in Duncan, BC on Saturday, Sept. 26 starting at 2 p.m.

Why not head out to the farm to see the best rock ‘n’ roll the Valley has to offer?

This year, Moonfest will be donating all proceeds to Kidsport Cowichan.

Friends say the late Les Mann was dedicated to making sure everybody got the chance to play whether it was in music or in sports. He made things happen, including Moonfest.

It’s an event designed to expose young and local talent while raising money to allow children the access to participate in any sport they choose, regardless of their financial situation.

Moonfest is partnering up with Mr. Mikes this year so that music fans can enjoy a Mikeburger on the site, too.

Entry is $15 in advance or $20 at the gate. Tickets are available at Mr Mikes or at Play N Trade or online. Access to the event for children under 14 is free. Additional donations will be gratefully received. Red Arrow Brewing products will be available in a designated beer garden.

Check Moonfest Cowichan on Facebook for individual band set times.

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